Ben Sandilands September 8, 2017 32 Comments
United's non-stops between Sydney and Houston may actually be about Air NZ's ambitions to do Auckland-New York City
Ben Sandilands August 27, 2017 30 Comments
Even if Airbus and Boeing come up with what Qantas wants, it could be undone by ATC reform inertia
Ben Sandilands August 25, 2017 8 Comments
Qantas is again throwing down the non-stop gauntlet to Airbus and Boeing, but there are 'catches'
Ben Sandilands May 2, 2017 79 Comments
There are factors at play in the Australia-EU and UK market that are much more important than Perth-London non-stops in a 787
Ben Sandilands April 9, 2017 23 Comments
Unless Qantas changes its ways, that flying kangaroo logo may need to be adjusted to one with tightly crossed legs
Ben Sandilands January 27, 2017 30 Comments
Qantas wants a big jet to do do what no jets can do so far, but will Airbus or Boeing take the bait?
Ben Sandilands April 8, 2015 41 Comments
A UK story about how a university research program could solve the problem of ultra long range (ULR) flights like Sydney-London non-stop is behind a terse email from an airline contact of note this morning.