Opinion: Why the Comac C919 Cannot Currently Be Considered A…

The Comac C919 is a twin-engine narrow-body low-wing airliner made by the Chinese company Comac — short for Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China. It began the design and construction stages in 2009 with the aim of entering the short- and medium-haul market, and since its announcement has aroused much interest…

United Airlines Begins Operations in Colombia with its Boeing 737…

Last Monday, United increased the capacity of its operations in Colombia with the introduction of the Boeing 737 MAX. For the first time, the airline will operate with this model between the United States and South America. The first Boeing 737 MAX 8 service was performed in an aircraft registered…

Interview: Tamarack Aerospace Group On Active Winglet Technology

The story of flight is the story of technology, and more specifically, the advancement of technology. From the sands of Kitty Hawk to the asphalt of Los Angeles International Airport, evolution is the word best suited to describe aviation. Buried beneath the materials, powerplants and control systems of today lay…

Air Astana Secures Three Additional Boeing 787-9s from Air Lease…

Air Lease Corporation announced long-term lease placements for three new Boeing 787-9 aircraft with Air Astana, the national carrier of Kazakhstan. The aircraft are scheduled to deliver to Air Astana beginning in early 2025 through spring 2026 from ALC’s order book with Boeing. “We are pleased to announce this lease…

Learning Flight Test with Daedalus Aerospace

Confidence is stepping onto an aircraft. Why else would anyone board one? Just knowing that it works, it's safe, and that the pilots up front can fly the thing - it's something an estimated 0.1% of humanity take for granted every day. But before that 737 even makes its way…

Southwest Airlines Reports Record Profits During Third Quarter

Last week, Southwest Airlines released its third-quarter results for 2023, reporting a net profit of $277 million. The $277 million set a record for the airline, making it the largest quarterly profit in the airline's history — a direct result of the strong demand for air travel this summer season.…

IAG Group Publishes Third Quarter Financial Results for 2022 and…

The International Airlines Group (IAG) Anglo-Spanish multinational holding company formed on January 21, 2011, from the merger of the flag carriers of the United Kingdom and Spain, British Airways and Iberia, published its financial results for the third quarter of 2022 a few days ago. As of September 30, 2022,…

IAG Confirms Order for Boeing 737s and Options for Additional…

Shareholders of the International Airlines Group (IAG) have approved the consortium’s order for 50 Boeing 737 aircraft announced in May. Boeing has confirmed the order for the aircraft is now ‘firm’ and IAG will also have the option for 100 more. In IAG’s initial announcement which was given five months…

While Showing Signs of Recovery, Boeing Posts 3.3 Billion Loss…

Another earnings presentation, another negative result for Boeing. In recent years, the U.S. manufacturer found no way to escape this sequence, and Q3 2022 was no exception. Although a deeper analysis shows a change in trend and some signs of recovery in the medium term, Boeing's position remains complex. In…