American’s order, as we see it

Note: It’s impossible to keep up with the changing and leaking information. Just do a Google News search for the latest. The situation today remains fluid and often contradictory. News stories, and our own information, agree that a… Read More

Boeing’s clarity provided at BCC meeting

Update, May 11: UBS had Boeing’s Mike Bair, the head of the 737 future program, for presentations yesterday and issued its report. Much of the UBS report is similar to the Credit Suisse and Buckingham information captured below;… Read More

Making a silk purse out of a sow’s ear: the 737-900ER

Here’s a story we did for Commercial Aviation Online. Date: 04/05/2011 10:00 Source: Commercial Aviation Online Location: Seattle By: Scott Hamilton Sometimes aircraft take a long time to come into their own. The Boeing 757 was initially a… Read More

McNerney’s interesting comments on the new airplane

We’re off hiatus, having completed several projects that now gives us some time to pay attention to this column. It didn’t seem to get much pickup but on the Boeing 1Q earnings call, CEO Jim McNerney said something… Read More

Random Thoughts/Update, Good bye Line 2

Update, 9:20 AM: Flightblogger just posted this: Boeing to buy Vought, Line 2 to go there. This is step one in the allusion below to big news coming out of Boeing that affects Puget Sound. Original Post: ANA… Read More