Assessing 737 production rate interest to 70/mo

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Pontifications: Time for Odds and Ends

Sept. 24, 2018, © Leeham News: This week we catch up on Odds and Ends. Boeing catching up on 737 Boeing has reversed the number of 737s piling up at Renton Airport and Boeing Field and is starting… Read More

Bjorn’s Corner: Supersonic transport revival, Part 7

September 21, 2018, ©. Leeham News: In the last Corner we looked at the heating of the aircraft when cruising at high Mach. Now we will address the biggest problem for supersonic airliners, the engines and nacelles.

What costs dominate an airliner’s operation? Part 3

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Assessing A320 production rate interest in >70/mo

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Pontifications: Musical chairs at Airbus

Sept. 17, 2018, © Leeham News: The surprise resignation last week by Eric Schulz as Chief Commercial Officer for Airbus re-opened the door for the man who should have been named in the first place, Christian Scherer. Scherer… Read More

Bjorn’s Corner: Supersonic transport revival, Part 6

September 14, 2018, ©. Leeham News: In the last Corner we looked at the change of aerodynamic center when passing Mach 1 and the resulting trim change. We also discussed the high pitch angle of a delta like… Read More

Hazy expects 797 decision middle next year

Sept. 13, 2018, (c) Airfinance Journal: Air Lease’s executive chairman Steven Udvar-Hazy says that Boeing could make a decision on whether or not launch the 797 model mid-year 2019. If so, the timing could coincide with the Paris Air… Read More

What costs dominate an airliner’s operation? Part 2

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Trade secret theft lawsuits impact on aircraft financing uncertain

Update, Sept. 14: Marsh plans to continue AFIC despite the lawsuit. “Since its launch, AFIC has given clients greater choice by contributing significantly to the development and diversification of aircraft finance globally. We stand fully behind it and… Read More