The madness in America in relation to only those lithium ion batteries used on major ME carriers is starting to hurt a big Boeing customer
As things stand now, SingaporeAir has chosen the Boeing that may take over from the A380 in high capacity long haul operations
Emirates may have the world's largest fleet of A380s and 777s, but will a trade war change that?
Trump may change his mind about his Air Force One spray, but Boeing has much bigger things to worry about
It seems that all airlines need to do to get larger A350s with over 400 seats in the next decade is to rock up with suitably large orders and down payments
The A350 is an amazingly quiet giant of a twin-engined jet, whether you are inside or outside of it, and tomorrow Monday here in Toulouse the first production airliner of this type will be delivered to Qatar Airways.
If Airbus surrenders its costly and apparently premature grip on the very large plane sector, it will flourish as soon as it retreats, and be filled by its US competitor.
It’s not just terminal gates that are full to overflowing, like Sydney’s T2 recently, where passengers struggled to get past one set to the next, but the tarmac beside them when airlines decide to upsize.
After a very hard fought contest Boeing has won All Nippon Airways’ continued support in new wide body orders, but lost the single aisle territory to Airbus.