Widebodies finally join the global airline recovery
The long-expected rebound of twin-aisle aircraft is finally here, as regional aircraft continue deeper...
Trouble is brewing in the global economy – just don’t tell the airlines
The forces of economic gravity aren’t acting on the airlines the way you might imagine.
Boeing officially passes the long-haul narrowbody torch to Airbus
With a Boeing clean sheet pushed to 2035, Airbus and its A321XLR is left alone to grab the long-haul...
The U.S. has a 50-seat jet problem
What future remains for the aircraft we all love to hate but can’t seem to live without?
Widebody aircraft rebound awaits a powerful catalyst that may not arrive
The twin-aisle jetliner finds itself fighting against time. Each month that passes without broad...
Regional loss points United toward Embraer’s E2
How the dogfight over old Bombardier aircraft could end with much-needed boost for Embraer’s E2
Signs of a cooling air freight market after record heat
A return to normal means declining altitude for air cargo.
Aerospace settles into persistent single-aisle feast and twin-aisle famine
Global commercial aerospace halfway through 2022
China reactivates its airlines, for now
China is in the midst of its fifth pandemic air traffic recovery, until the sixth.
Asia still dominates dormant fleet, but it’s not clear how many jets will return
Thousands remain parked, but the longer each one sits, what makes a dormant airplane stored or retired...