Re-engining the Boeing 767

Subscription required By Bjorn Fehrm December 7, 2023, © Leeham News: We wrote last week that Boeing is considering re-engining the 767 to avoid a production stop after 2027. The 767 is still an interesting aircraft for companies… Read More

Boeing returns to PNAA

By Scott Hamilton Dec. 5, 2023, © Leeham News: Boeing and the Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance have kissed and made up. After a two-year boycott, Boeing returns this year as a sponsor to PNAA, a suppliers-oriented trade group,… Read More

Pontifications: Embraer sees easing in pilot shortage, wave of sales coming

By Scott Hamilton  Dec. 5, 2023, © Leeham News: Embraer officials see the pilot shortage easing in 2025 or 2026. Francisco Gomes Netos, CEO of the Embraer group, said during a media briefing last month that the “situation”… Read More

Airbus: Global services sector to double by 2042

Subscription Required By Gordon Smith December 4, 2023, © Leeham News: If the last decade taught us anything, it’s just how challenging it is to make accurate forecasts. While this is true of almost all industries, few are… Read More

Harvest season at Embraer

Subscription Required By Scott Hamilton Francisco Gomes Neto, CEO of Embraer. Dec. 4, 2023, © Leeham News: Embraer had a tough time beginning in 2017. A joint venture with Boeing was proposed following the Airbus acquisition of the… Read More

Bjorn’s Corner: New aircraft technologies. Part 40. The initial production crisis

December 01, 2023, ©. Leeham News: We are discussing the different phases of an airliner development program. After covering Conceptual, Preliminary, and Detailed design, the manufacturing of prototypes, and their roles in flight tests, we now look at… Read More