According to reports Boeing is planning to get the 737 MAX production line restarted in the next weeks. To do that of course depends on major factors inhibiting production being resolved. One of those is the original reason for slow down and halt of the production line – awaiting the FAA in providing type approval for the MAX following two fatal air crashes involving the … [Read more...] about Boeing plans May restart to 737 Max production
The latest in the Boeing 737 story has developed wider than the all-new 737 MAX model, at least in the public eye. Further product problems are now surfacing with the former aircraft to the 737 MAX, the 737 NG – shortened for New Generation. The Boeing 737 NG model was launched to airlines in 1993 and is the predecessor to the currently troubled MAX as the … [Read more...] about The Pickle Fork gets Boeing into a Pickle
The first of three Dassault Falcon 7X for the RAAF has been delivered to the Defence Establishment Fairbairn, Canberra. Aircraft A56-001 has been painted in familiar RAAF VIP fleet colours. The aircraft is understood to be one of three being acquired for the RAAF to be used in the Special Purpose Aircraft (SPA) role on domestic and regional VIP operations, replacing the … [Read more...] about The first Dassault 7x for RAAF completed and delivered
Operated by a majority of airlines and enjoyed by millions of passengers worldwide the Boeing 737 has revolutionized air travel. The newest model of the 737 – the all new 737 MAX designed with latest technologies in airframe technology, powerplants and avionics for efficiency of operation and further improving the flight experience for passengers the all new 737 MAX is … [Read more...] about Grounded: What now for the Boeing 737 MAX?
Airbus have released details via a press release of their maiden flight for the new Corporate Jet variant of the Airbus ACJ320neo. Officially beginning its flight test program the corporate jet took off from Hamburg with flight crew: Captain Francis Chapman, First Officer Guillaume Kreis, Test Flight Engineer Cédric Favrichon, Flight Test Engineer James Fawcett. Based on … [Read more...] about ACJ320neo takes to the skies