Three Points: Allegiant’s 737 Max buy, eVTOL’s certification race, revisiting EK231

Issue No. 49

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  • At first glance, the purchase of 50 new-generation aircraft looks out of character for Allegiant Air, here’s why it jumped on the Boeing bandwagon.
  • There’s a rivalry brewing between eVTOL entrants Joby Aviation and Archer. The quiet war of words over certification milestones is increasingly important to watch as both eye 2024 for regulatory approvals and the bragging rights for first to fly paying passengers.
  • Emirates 231 wasn’t the only incident of its kind, but there’s no global system of incident reporting to make airlines aware of other safety mishaps.
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