Articles Tagged ‘Boeing’
As American Airlines retires all A330-300s, B757s, B767s, CRJ-200s, and E190s, we look at where they were most used and their wind down.
KLM and Qantas both ended 747 passenger operations on 29 March, having started in the same year. We look their 747 routes and capacity development.
We analyse the continual decline of wide-body quads and explore the development of new(er) twins as replacements and for growth.
US airlines should now have 100+ MAXs flying. Volaire Aviation Consulting’s Jack Penning charts the impact of its grounding for airports and airlines.
Boeing completes first flight of the 777-9X. We reveal the top 777 operators, and where the next orders could come from.
Boeing and Embraer examining the business case for a new turboprop as the Dash-8-400 and ATR-72 have over 60 million seats in W19.
Norwegian has six million Europe – US seats and Gatwick is key. From Gatwick, NYC, Tampa, Seattle, Austin, and LA perform well by fare/mile; others don’t.
United Airlines is the largest user of the 757 from the US-Europe. In S19, United had 14 European routes with the 757. The A321XLR is to replace them.
41% of Volotea’s seats now have competition with easyJet, Vueling and Ryanair, up from 15% in 2015. Meanwhile, Volotea is becoming less seasonal.
This week saw rumours of a re-engining for the Boeing 767. We look at how, 37 years after EIS, one of the most used types in the transatlantic market could evolve into the perfect New Mid-market Aircraft.
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, Laudamotion opens its latest base in Palma de Mallorca, Allegiant announces services to St Petersburg-Clearwater, Vueling celebrated carrying its 15th Million Passenger from Bilbao, Ethiopian wins fifth-freedom flights, Japan Airlines celebrated its first A350-900 aircraft, Brisbane airport announces direct flights to USA for 2020, and Airbus and Boeing […]
Airbus and Boeing delivery review – July 2018; Airbus adds A220 series to delivery books as its productivity improves 64%; Boeing down 33%
Airbus and Boeing in July handed over 116 aircraft between them. However, Airbus was responsible for 66% of handovers, with Boeing’s delivery rate at its lowest for a monthly period since January 2012, with the slowdown being a result of engine providers struggling to hit record output targets.