FAA recertifies Boeing 737 MAX

Continuing coverage in next post By Bjorn Fehrm November 18, 2020, ©. Leeham News: The FAA has declared the Boeing 737 MAX 8 and 9 safe to fly after a 20 months grounding. On March 10, 2019, the… Read More

Pontifications: EU tariffs on Boeing airplanes in effect; ~60 at risk

Nov. 16, 2020, © Leeham News: The European Union implemented tariffs Nov. 9 on Boeing and other US products in retaliation for the Trump Administration tariffs on Airbus and EU products. This is the latest in the 16-year… Read More

Enhancing the Dreamliner, Part 6: The 787-10 analyzed

Subscription Required By Bjorn Fehrm Introduction November 12, 2020, © Leeham News: We look deeper at the 787-10, the stretched Dreamliner. The 787-10 was conceived as a “cut and stretch” of the 787-9, leaving as many parts untouched… Read More

Enhancing the Dreamliner, Part 5: 787-10

Subscription Required By Vincent Valery Introduction   Nov. 5, 2020, © Leeham News: After analyzing the 787-9, we now turn our attention to the last Dreamliner variant that entered into service, the -10. The 787-10 was developed as a… Read More

HOTR: Airbus, Boeing R&D spending continues decline

By the Leeham News Team Nov. 5, 2020, © Leeham News: Research and Development spending by the Airbus and Boeing commercial units declined year-over-year. The movement is in keeping with cost-cutting by the Big Two OEMs. For Airbus,… Read More

Enhancing the Dreamliner, Part 4: the 787-9 analyzed.

Subscription Required By Bjorn Fehrm Introduction   October 29, 2020, © Leeham News: We look deeper at the 787-9, the most successful member of the Dreamliner family. It’s 50 seats larger than the 787-8 but shares the same wing… Read More

Pontifications; Does the pandemic change the airliner market dynamics?

By Bjorn Fehrm October 19, 2020, ©. Leeham News: Airbus and Boeing have dominated the world’s airliner market over the last 30 years. In the next 30 years, will this change? Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the answer was… Read More

Enhancing the Dreamliner, Part 2: The 787-8 analyzed

Subscription Required By Bjorn Fehrm Introduction   October 15, 2020, © Leeham News: We look deeper at the 787-8, the smallest member of the Dreamliner family. After selling well initially, it has fallen out of favor with the airlines…. Read More

Bjorn’s Corner: Do I get COVID in airline cabins? Part 12. New results.

October 9, 2020, ©. Leeham News: We interrupt our series about hydrogen as an energy store for airliners to go back to our previous theme for a Friday or two: Do I get COVID in airline cabins? IATA,… Read More

Enhancing the Dreamliner, Part 1: the 787-8

Subscription Required By Vincent Valery Introduction   Oct. 8, 2020, © Leeham News: The Dreamliner program is approaching its 1000th delivery less than 10 years after entry into service. It is the fastest-ever delivery ramp-up for any twin-aisle program…. Read More