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Boeing MAX 'situation' costs airlines $1B per month
Aviation Economics
Boeing MAX 'situation' costs airlines $1B per month

In March 2019, aviation regulators and airlines around the world grounded the Boeing 737 MAX airliner after two brand ne...

Global ACMI will reach $7.07 B by 2025
Aviation Economics
Global ACMI will reach $7.07 B by 2025

Just until recently wet leasing was considered a way to solve short term problems like seasonal volumes, maintenance che...

How your heavy coat can cut airline's profit?
AeroTime Extra
How your heavy coat can cut airline's profit?

It is a well known fact that aviation business is an expensive pleasure. In order not to lose their space in the market...

No more need to own a private jet
Civil Aviation
No more need to own a private jet

Owning a private jet has long been a symbol of wealth and success, but the market seems to be showing a rather drastic s...

Did you know how expensive is flying?
Aviation Economics
Did you know how expensive is flying?

Over the last decade, with the rise of low-cost airlines, flying became accessible to the masses - over 4.3 billion pass...

Will Japan become powerful player in aircraft manufacturing?
Civil Aviation
Will Japan become powerful player in aircraft manufacturing?

In a money heavy industry like aviation, financing is the difference in success and failure. At the moment, only players...

Publicly listed airlines cheating investors on E261?
Civil Aviation
Publicly listed airlines cheating investors on E261?

Over €5bn in compensations are not disclosed on major European airlines' financial reports over the last three years. Wi...

Is one pilot greater than two?
Civil Aviation
Is one pilot greater than two?

Aviation evolves and some things that were deemed as necessary are no longer needed. Regulations tend to lag behind tech...

Are standing airline seats future of increasing seating capacity?
Civil Aviation
Are standing airline seats future of increasing seating capacity?

Since the dawn of commercial aircraft seating has been mostly unchanged. Even up until today regardless of which airline...

2019 will be a year of crossroads for aviation industry
Civil Aviation
2019 will be a year of crossroads for aviation industry

2018 was an interesting year for airlines. On one hand there was the introduction of the blockchain bringing greater sec...

Flight compensation will be standard procedure
Civil Aviation
Flight compensation will be standard procedure

The failing of the European airlines Alitalia, Monarch, and Air Berlin was just the start of a troubling trend that is p...

Opinion: Commercial aircraft to replace current satellites
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Opinion: Commercial aircraft to replace current satellites

Aircraft are gaining new commercial function, as soon they will be able not only to receive, but to transmit signals as...

At least 5 medium-size EU airlines to go bankrupt in 2018-2019
Civil Aviation
At least 5 medium-size EU airlines to go bankrupt in 2018-2019

Europe conversely, has a vibrant variety in the airline industry with some countries boasting more than one prominent ai...

Lack of means to service engines could take toll on aviation
MRO
Lack of means to service engines could take toll on aviation

 The bottleneck of engine maintenance shops will only grow larger unless there is concerted effort placed on the fu...

The future of personal air transportation
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The future of personal air transportation

While long distance travel may be getting easier, the ease of travel in urban environments is showing an inverse relatio...

Do we still have competition in aircraft manufacturing?
Civil Aviation
Do we still have competition in aircraft manufacturing?

Air travel today is down to a very exact science. When airlines are building their fleets, they have a multitude of fact...