Three Points: Mass shootings & plane crashes, Neeleman on TAP, Azul and Moxy, Boeing and the FAA
Issue No. 14
Three Points: Not yet half-way with Max, FAA’s oversight, the quieter legacy of Apollo
Issue No. 13
The 737 Max’s return risks accidentally breaking the aviation industry
The industry is beginning to game out the potential unintended long-term consequences the events of 2019...
Three Points: More months of Max, Spirit’s Belfast necessity, Embraer & Gulfstream’s 600s
Issue No. 9
FAA and Boeing initially disagreed on severity of “catastrophic” 737 Max software glitch
“When fixing an aircraft you don’t want to design in the next crash."
Three Points: No E3 (for now), Airbus + Bombardier, A Mighty Max Mess
Issue No. 4
Three Points: TAC in TLS, BizAv’s green necessity, Thursday Max meetings
Issue No. 3
Inside Boeing: Sadness, frustration, anger, uncertainty & focus after 737 Max crashes
“If people don’t trust to fly us, then we have nothing."
Japan and Mitsubishi find their path together for MRJ certification
It was once a case of the "blind leading the blind."
737 Max grounding threatens to unravel the aviation certification world order
Eschewing any divergence, the FAA plans multilateral technical review of 737 Max with NASA, nine...