Signing more open skies agreements such as the one with the UK won’t open more strategic options for U.S. airlines.
WOW has been expanding aggressively the past few years in competition with Icelandair, connecting destinations in Europe and North America.
Devised with Palantir Technologies, Airbus’ Skywise data-sharing and analysis platform enables connecting information that used to be found in silos.
The first Boeing 777X moves to final assembly position after a trouble-free run through the low-rate initial-production line.
Airbus predicts there is still potential for strong growth in this region for the next 20 years.
Traditionally, Latin America is not a thriving spot for crossover jets, but several forecasters see this changing.
Boom Supersonic, the U.S.-based Mach 2-plus airliner developer, has forged a strategic partnership with Japan Airlines. Virgin Atlantic and some undisclosed airlines have also committed to aspects of the concept.
FAA describes the ‘numerous’ ways an ADS-B Out equipment installation can fall short of performance requirements.
After a 40-year career at one of the world’s largest aerospace companies, a Boeing veteran explains how people and innovation drive success.