Redefining the 757 replacement: Requirement for the 225/5000 Sector, Part 6.

By Bjorn Fehrm Subscription required Introduction 18 March 2015, c. Leeham Co: In Part 1 of of this series we investigated the market sector 225/5000, which is our name for the market segment beyond the capacity of single aisles… Read More

Redefining the 757 replacement: Requirement for the 225/5000 Sector, Part 5.

By Bjorn Fehrm Subscription required Introduction 11 March 2015, c. Leeham Co: After having analyzed the different alternatives which would be available to Boeing for its Middle Of the Market, MOM, studies and having singled out the most competitive… Read More

Redefining the 757 replacement: Requirement for the 225/5000 Sector, Part 3.

By Bjorn Fehrm Subscription required Introduction 04 March 2015, c. Leeham Co: In the first and second part of the article series around the need for a more capable solution for 180-240 seats and 5000 nautical miles, which… Read More

Odds and Ends: Turkish tests A380; Boeing’s cash out; A400M milestone before Airbus Group results

18 Feb 2015: Turkish Airlines is contemplating testing A380 operations according to Blomberg by wet leasing two A380 from Malaysian Airlines. Turkish did the same when they tested the Boeing 777 before ordering it, then by wet leasing 777 from Jet… Read More

Part 2: Boeing 757: Airbus A321neoLR as a replacement on long and thin routes

Subscription required. By Bjorn Fehrm Part 2 of 3 Introduction In Part 2 of our three-part 757 Replacement analysis, we take a close look at Airbus’ new 97 tonnes take off weight A321neo, revealed by Leeham News and… Read More

757, 737-900ER/9 MAX, A321 replacement should be the next new airplane

The Boeing 757 doesn’t have a true replacement. The Airbus 321neo and Boeing 737-9 fall short. The 9 MAX doesn’t measure up to the A321neo. Boeing has to move toward a program to replace the 757 and the… Read More

Odds and Ends: Entertaining recap on Leahy and NEO

1. Entertaining look at Leahy and A320neo Max Kingsley-Jones, editor of Airline Business, has this amusing take on Airbus COO John Leahy and Leahy’s view of his latest toy, the A320neo. Last week we received a couple of… Read More