Key Points: Boeing begins to emerge from the global pandemic as signs of a recovery emergeBoeing logged orders for 82 new aircraft in February and had 51 cancellations777 Partners signed an agreement to add x24, 737-8s For the first time since November 2019 Boeing monthly sales have outpaced cancelled orders. That is substantiated through sales of x18, 737 MAX … [Read more...] about Boeing monthly aircraft orders outpace cancellations for first time since 2019
Time for Boeing to launch a larger single-aisle jet?
Key Points: Airbus appears to be pulling ahead of Boeing in the single- aisle jet raceThe Airbus A321neo the leading the single-isle capacity aircraft3,000 A321neo orders vs. 450 orders for the 737 Max 10Tariffs not helping Boeing in European markets Boeing 737 MAX narrow-body jets will likely lead the airframer out of the Covid-19 induced suppressed demand for … [Read more...] about Time for Boeing to launch a larger single-aisle jet?
FAA Approve the Max to Fly
Following 20 months of investigation and work the FAA approves the Boeing 737 MAX as airworthy The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has cleared the Boeing 737 MAX to fly. Key Points: FAA approves 737 MAX to flyAirworthiness approval follows a nearly two-year engineering and re-certification programRe-certification of the aircraft enables Boeing to begin handing … [Read more...] about FAA Approve the Max to Fly
Boeing suffer more commercial 737 MAX cancellations as airworthiness approval is in sight.
Boeing has reported more cancellations to orders of its 737 MAX jet as the airworthiness approval lines draws nearer. Key Points: 12 more cancellations for the 737 MAX4,275 outstanding ordersFederal Aviation Administration (FAA) is its latter stages of concluding its work Boeing has reported more cancellations to orders of its 737 MAX jet as the airworthiness … [Read more...] about Boeing suffer more commercial 737 MAX cancellations as airworthiness approval is in sight.
European Regulators Approve Boeing MAX
Europe awaiting the United States as it becomes the first major regulator to declare the max safe to fly. Boeing has satisfied the European aviation safety regulator (EASA) that the changes the aircraft manufacturer has made to its 737 MAX have made the aircraft safe enough to return to the region’s skies. Key Points: EASA declare the 737 MAX safe to flyA 4-week public … [Read more...] about European Regulators Approve Boeing MAX