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
Boeing resumes 787 deliveries, but another lull looms
American Airlines takes Boeing’s first 787 since May 2021, but handovers will be scarce after initial...
Even without flying, eVTOL takes up the air at Farnborough
An eVTOL roundup of the 2022 Farnborough International Airshow
Pilot shortage solutions are plentiful but politically improbable
The only viable solution to solve the U.S. pilot shortage may end up being less flying.
The pilot shortage is spreading beyond the regional airlines
Despite a lack of pilots, the airline industry can’t even agree there’s a shortage.
Frontier wins in JetBlue-Spirit deal
The tie-up highlights just how significantly an airline can win by losing
Airlines lend brands for cheap eVTOL shares
Airlines’ eVTOL orders are mostly a marketing device, not a reliable indication of demand.
Three Points: Alaska, Delta & Air Canada fleet notes, MU5735’s dive in context, Whisper Drone
Issue No. 54
Three Points: Buffett units bet on UAM, Chorus acquires Falko, U.S./U.K. bilateral eVTOL cert
Issue No. 53
The duopoly is alive, well, and working to the benefit of the 737 Max
A backlog with available delivery slots is both a curse and a blessing, and that’s how Allegiant Air...