Commercial aircraft designers search for configurations that will bring big fuel and emissions savings to the narrowbody market
The fate of the Boeing 737 MAX will have a major influence on Boeing’s product strategy; it may have to start development of a new narrowbody sooner.
Which parts of the aviation industry will be affected in which way? And when will the whole thing play out?
IATA was forced to cut the 2019 earnings forecast for its members by more than 20%, with positive headwinds such as low fuel prices shifting.
Major fleet decisions loom for some Southeast Asian legacy airlines as they work to replace older aircraft and adjust fleets to meet business plans.
The Brazilian company is betting that Boeing can help open new doors for sales of E-Jets and KC-390s.
Despite a growing list of headwinds, confidence in A&D’s business prospects grows.
Airbus’ strategy to continue production ahead of delayed engine deliveries is a heavy financial burden for the company.
The move follows Boeing’s recent expansion into new ventures covering avionics, structures, mechanical systems and propulsion.
After more than four decades of close association, RTCA’s status as a federal advisory committee to FAA ends.