Bombardier, United launch CRJ550

Feb. 6, 2019, © Leeham News: Bombardier’s new approach to replacing aging 50-seat CRJ200s and address persistent complaints about carry-on baggage issues for the CRJ family follows an example set last year by Embraer. Bombardier’s CRJ550 is a… Read More

Embraer ponders new, smaller jet

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Regional aircraft for US Scope clause operations

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Pontifications: Planes nobody wants

Jan. 16, 2017, © Leeham Co.: Airbus and Boeing continue to offer planes that nobody wants. Well, almost nobody. The aircraft remain on the published price lists of both companies, for reasons that passeth understanding. Nobody ordered the… Read More

CSeries out of London City Airport

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Single-aisle values, lease rates stable; smaller mainline jets struggle

Special to Leeham News and Comment By Gueric Dechavanne Collateral Verifications Feb. 8, 2015: Apart from a few unfortunate events, the industry has been moving along quite nicely so far in 2015. Used single-aisle aircraft values and lease… Read More