Pushing the new midmarket airplane entry-to-service date beyond 2025 would strengthen Airbus’ position.
Sustainable aviation fuel volumes are attainable if airline, OEM and fuel-producer partnerships continue to invest time, talent and money in the process.
Using a narrowbody aircraft for a long-haul flight may require rethinking the passenger cabin.
As Clean Sky 2 reaches the halfway mark with promising results, project promoters are on a deadline for Clean Sky 3 to meet a Paris Agreement goal.
Embraer looks to accelerate E2 sales and production rates with Boeing partners as the E195-E2 secures triple regulatory approval.
Although Jet Airways could still be revived in some form, tighter capacity supply will help bolster the Indian airline industry’s worsening financial health.
The makers of transports with fewer than 90 seats have to figure out what comes next.
In a region where at times widebodies are used for intraregional services, crossover jet OEMs must change Middle East carriers’ mindset.
Airbus and Boeing ramp up production and roll out new models as new competitors undergo flight testing.