Aug. 8, 2016, © Leeham Co.: The book:bill for Airbus and Boeing this year will be hard-pressed to reach one. Airbus has a better shot, given lower production rates. But the recent years of record-setting orders are over… Read More
The Puget Sound Journal has this story from a Boeing briefing last week detailing how Boeing will try and replicate at least some of the 787 cabin features into the forthcoming 777X. In what could be one of… Read More
Bill Boyd, senior vice president of Rolls-Royce, provided a program update of its Trent engines that are being developed for the Airbus A350 XWB. He appeared on a panel with GE Aviation and Pratt & Whitney. He appeared… Read More
Daniel Wenninger, senior director of the Airbus A350 XWB program out if the Airbus Americas office, appeared at the 2014 Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance conference last week in the Seattle area. . [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMyM5NLu3V8] . [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YNb0UFKiMw] Simon Pickup of… Read More
We’re back from what we had planned as a holiday hiatus. This was interrupted by the IAM-Boeing 777X contract issue, of which we felt compelled to initiate some special posts. This leads off our 2013 Year in Review…. Read More
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It looks like the big news of the Dubai Air Show has already come-and-gone. There was little order activity on the second day. A350 Regional: Etihad Airlines’ order for Airbus A350s include a regional version, with lighter weight,… Read More
The Montreal Gazette did a little digging with Canadian regulators and came up with this interesting piece, deducing the first flight of the Bombardier CSeries will come within the “next 11 days” (the story was dated Aug. 19)…. Read More