Bombardier creates streamlined Aviation unit, but plans to sell off half its aerostructures business to focus on its core business-aircraft activity.
Pushing NMA debut too far past 2025 would strengthen Airbus’ position.
U.S. airlines are lining up plans to reintroduce fleets.
A detailed look at what is new on the Neo beyond the engines.
Airbus hopes reengining with more fuel-efficient powerplants will do for the A330neo what it has done for the A320neo in terms of market demand.
Sino-Russian coordination has been a challenge in the Craic consortium, delaying progress.
Airlines may have to approach fleet planning differently post-MAX to limit exposure to risk.
MAX costs will be high, but the price palatable
The Boeing 737 MAX is likely to be back up flying paying passengers long before the true cost of recent fatal accidents becomes clear on Boeing’s bottom line.
Plans mean MAX must be cleared to fly by July, but FAA is targeting weeks earlier.
Targeting fuel efficiency, Airbus is testing airflow control on the A350’s vertical stabilizer leading edge.