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?
The western airliner fleet inside Russia: An interactive data visualization
Where all the western aircraft inside Russia are and who operates & owns them.
TAC/Forum: The future of piloting
On February 3, 2022, The Air Current's editorial and analytical team launched TAC/Forum our new digital...
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Regional aircraft recovery stalls after early pandemic rebound
Regional aircraft have not kept up with their larger counterparts in the pandemic recovery.
Three Points: Chess with the A220-500, a SpaceJet revival, aviation at 118
Issue No. 48
A very real pilot shortage threatens to upend the U.S. airline recovery
Regional airlines are acutely exposed to the new shortage.
Embraer makes its case for an American turboprop
Launch is still if, not when, for Embraer’s turboprop, but its new shape is a chance to convince U.S....
How a regional aircraft is flown today will define its prospects tomorrow
There’s no one definition of a regional airline and that shows in the pandemic’s rebound.
Making sense of the post-pandemic role of regional aircraft
The difference between in the air or on the ground is a matter of latitude and longitude.