Opinion: The Decline of Major Aerostructures Suppliers Is Worrisome
For too long, OEMs assumed that compliant aerostructures suppliers were a given. That era is over, and aerospace stakeholders must plan for a new reality.
‘Enlightened Mainlines’ Support The Regionals, Analysts Say
The pandemic has thrown out the playbook in terms of typical downturn recovery, analysts say, but one common factor giving some airlines an edge is partnership.
China’s Slowdown Turns It Into 'Normal Big Market'
China’s decades as aviation’s fastest growth country is over for now, and it will take years for aircraft deliveries to return to previous levels.
Airlines Cash In on Australia’s Surging International Demand
Australia is a key part of international recovery strategies for many overseas carriers.
Bizav Operator Sentiment Turns Optimistic, While Growth Stabilizes
The coronavirus pandemic, while bad for individuals, led to a surprising boost to the business aviation industry.
First-Time Entrants To Bizav During Pandemic Are Sticking, Experts Say
First-time buyers, who entered the business aviation industry during the coronavirus pandemic, are staying.
Despite Recent Woes, Joyce Leaves Qantas In Strong Condition
Airline CEO ends tenure early as criticism grows.
Asia-Pacific Airlines Are Gradually Closing Recovery Gap
While international capacity is rising, it still has not caught up with other global regions.
Daily Memo: The Human Cost Of COVID That Didn’t Need To Be
While governments are eager to move on from the pandemic, the wider lessons of the effect of restrictive travel policies need to be broadcast and understood.
Cathay Pacific Aircraft Orders Put Growth Back On Radar
A deal for more Airbus A320neos shows Cathay is looking to expand beyond recovery.
Australian Airlines Reshape Their Fleets With New Deliveries
Aircraft arriving this year will help accelerate a transition phase for the country’s carriers.
U.S. Airlines Juggle Capacity, Work To Improve Optimization
Halfway through 2023, U.S. airlines have focused on capacity restoration and surging demand—now many are eying optimization and better efficiency.
Opinion: How Airlines Are Coping With Business Travel Shifts
Carriers are targeting upgraded products, ancillary revenues, aircraft downgauging and cabin flexibility.
ACI: Hong Kong Remains Top Cargo Airport As Pandemic Surge Ends
A decline from the big numbers of the COVID-19 pandemic is attributable to geopolitical tensions and other disruptions to global trade and supply chains.
Daily Memo: South Korean Startups Emerge From Pandemic On Different Paths
Air Premia, Aero K and Fly Gangwon were all granted business licenses in March 2019, but nobody could have predicted the crisis that would follow soon after.
Cathay Pacific Eyes First Half Profit, Plans To Buy Back Government Shares
Cathay saw a meaningful jump in figures after aligning with the reopening of China in January 2023.
State Of The Engine MRO Aftermarket In 2023
Insights on the latest commercial engine trends in 2023 and how the MRO market’s largest segment is expected to play out in the near term.
China’s MRO Ambitions Remain, But Supply Chains May Shift
How China’s complicated relationship with the West could result in a permanent shift away from single-source supply chains.
ATR And Embraer Defer Turboprop Moves
Remaining regional aircraft OEMs ATR and Embraer continue to wait for fresh, strong demand. If the hesitation is structural, the outlook could stay grim.
European Commission Launches Investigation Into SAS State Aid
The European Commission has opened a probe into whether a €1 billion ($1.1 billion) recapitalization of Scandinavian Airlines is in line with EU aid rules.
European Air Connectivity Remains ‘Incomplete And Imbalanced’
Air connectivity in Europe is lagging the recovery of passenger volumes, ACI Europe has warned as airport leaders gather in Barcelona.
Daily Memo: Is This The Decade Of The Working Capital Crunch?
One surprise in the post-pandemic era is how financially resilient the commercial aerospace manufacturing industry exited the worst downturn in its history.
Passengers Seen As Key To Combating Illegal Charters
Knowledgeable passengers are key to combating illegal charter operations, which spiked during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to FAA safety inspectors.