Southwest could solve its MAX 7 woes … by buying Breeze?

Subscription Required By Judson Rollins Introduction  May 6, 2024, © Leeham News: Southwest Airlines, still awaiting the certification and delivery of the Boeing 737 MAX 7 as a replacement for its aging 737-700s, might have an unorthodox alternative:… Read More

Outlook 2024: Boeing needs a boring year in 2024

By Dan Catchpole Subscription Required Jan. 4, 2024 © Leeham News: Boeing’s priorities in 2024 are clear: get the job done on time and without drama, and don’t cause any scandals. In short, it needs a boring year…. Read More

Resuming Boeing 737 MAX deliveries

Subscription Required By Vincent Valery and Scott Hamilton Introduction   Oct. 12, 2020, © Leeham News: The latest developments suggest that the FAA could lift the Boeing 737 MAX grounding by the end of November. The grounding lasted far… Read More

Economics of CS300 versus A319neo and 737 MAX 7

By Bjorn Fehrm Subscription Required Introduction October 18, 2017, ©. Leeham Co: We looked at what Airbus got when it acquired Bombardier’s CSeries yesterday. Now we continue the analysis by looking at the economics of Bombardier’s CS300 versus Airbus… Read More

How good is a MAX 7X and why would it replace the original? Part 4

By Bjorn Fehrm Subscription required Introduction May 23, 2016, ©. Leeham Co:In Part 1 to Part 3 of this article series,we looked into the reasons behind that Boeing is considering changing the 737-7 MAX into a slightly larger 737-7X. Figure… Read More

CS100 certified; We review CS100’s birth with VP CSeries, Rob Dewar

Introduction By Bjorn Fehrm 21 December 2015, ©. Leeham Co: Bombardier (BBD) received certification of the smaller CSeries, the CS100, by Transport Canada Thursday.  Rob Dewar, vice president of CSeries, reflected on the journey to certification in an… Read More