Onex’s purchase of WestJet is the biggest private equity deal ever in the airline industry, and part of a potential dramatic turnaround for the once-shunned airline industry.
In 2008, Korea Aerospace Industries studied a T-tail 60-seat regional jet. It is looking at the same size again, but not necessarily a jet.
Korean Air wants its carbon-fiber products cured without autoclaves and integrated in form. The company also wants more automation in assembly.
Perhaps the aerospace industry should reconsider banking on Chinese growth—it might have to, and sooner than it thinks.
South Korean airlines have placed large orders of Airbus Neo and Boeing MAX aircraft, and new startup LCCs will further fuel narrowbody growth.
Cathay Pacific, Air Astana and Japan Airlines are the most recent examples of the trend of Asian airline groups entering the low-cost carrier segment.
The Trump administration’s move to reinvigorate the U.S. Export-Import bank is one of the best things it can do for aerospace ahead of the next recession.
The contents of Boeing’s final training plan could influence the Air Line Pilots Association.
Demand is down 1.5% from last year in seasonally adjusted terms, according to IATA, while capacity is rising.
New program ignites slow-moving FAA effort to introduce drones more widely into the U.S. national airspace system.