Update: Ishka advises that its starting comparison point in the chart below should have been January, not July. This changes the rate of value and rent decline appreciably. Aug. 19, 2020, © Leeham News: Aircraft values and least… Read More
July 31, 2020, ©. Leeham News: In our series on Hydrogen as an energy store for airliner use we begin by looking at the needed ecosystem that can produce and distribute Hydrogen. When I was skeptical about hydrogen… Read More
Subscription Required Seventh and final in a series. By Judson Rollins Introduction Jet manufacturers typically introduce a new airplane every 15 years or so. Commercial turboprops have not innovated to nearly the same extent as jets, with rival… Read More
By Judson Rollins Subscription Required Introduction Earlier this week, LNA examined the potential for a shakeout among European carriers as the coronavirus outbreak spreads to the continent. Five European countries now rank among the ten hardest hit –… Read More
Subscription Required By Judson Rollins Introduction Executives from turboprop manufacturer ATR expressed optimism about their product range and the future of turboprops in general at last week’s Singapore Airshow. According to industry databases, ATR has 52% of the… Read More
By Vincent Valery June 24, 2019, © Leeham News: The A321XLR launch and IAG’s 737MAX order gathered most of the attention during the 2019 Paris Air Show. Nevertheless, other significant orders were placed by airlines and lessors.
June 20, 2019, © Airfinance Journal: By day four of the Paris Air Show, most of the OEMs had already wrapped up their deal-making, but there was still time for Airbus to tempt another two airlines and another… Read More
April 26, 2019, ©. Leeham News: In the wake of the 737 MAX crashes the standards to which Boeing and the FAA qualified and approved the 737 MAX MCAS function is questioned. FAA has called the world’s aviation… Read More