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737 Max 8

Jul 24, 2013 Boeing has completed the firm configuration of the 737 MAX 8. This milestone marks completion of the major trade studies that define the capabilities of the 737 MAX family. "We have defined the design requirements for the 737 MAX that provide our customers with the most value in the single-aisle market," said Michael Teal, chief project engineer, 737 MAX, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. "We continue to follow our disciplined process to ensure that we have completed all the requirements for the development stage of the program and are ready to begin the detailed design phase." As ... Read more

LCC Ryanair

Jul 15, 2013 In recent years, Low Cost Carriers like Ireland’s Ryanair or India’s IndiGo, have been able to grow at a spectacular pace. One of the key success factors for their profitable expansion strategies is their choice of aircraft type and the financing obtained for their fleets as ... Read more

The Last Fedex 727 to Fly

Jun 21, 2013 For 35 years, Boeing 727 aircraft were a reliable workhorse for the world’s largest express transportation company.  Today, the venerable 727 narrow-body freighter closes an enduring chapter in aviation history as FedEx becomes the last major carrier to retire the aircraft from service.  The ... Read more

Jalux Japan and Jalux Americas Teams

May 29, 2013 JALUX Inc. has acquired “ISO9001:2008” and “EN/AS9120:2009” certifications at its Aircraft Parts & Materials Department, Tokyo Headquarters and Aviation Business & Services Department, West-Japan Branch.  The EN/AS9100 series of standards are designed to supplement the ISO9001 international ... Read more

A380

May 08, 2013 The Current Market The current market demand for the Airbus A380-800 has remained stable over the last 12 months due to the outstanding performance of the aircraft. Today, CV knows of no aircraft listed as available for sale and/or lease. Out of more than 100 aircraft built,... Read more

Gary Doy of Design Q

Apr 25, 2013 TEAM.Aero sat down with Design Q out of Worcestershire England to talk about Interior design trends for commercial jets and what is involved in the process of coming up with unique, fresh and practical features for the frequent, occasional, and short distance and long distance  travellers.... Read more

Soon to be Flying Again

Apr 22, 2013 The approval of battery system improvements for the 787 Dreamlinerby the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) clears the way for Boeing and its customers to install the approved modifications and will lead to a return to service and resumption of new production deliveries. "FAA approval clears the way for us and the airlines to begin the process of returning the 787 to flight with continued confidence in the safety and reliability of this game-changing new airplane," said Boeing Chairman,... Read more

Joe Ozimek - Outgoing President ISTAT

Mar 28, 2013 ISTAT (International Society of Transport Aircraft Traders) celebrates its 30 year anniversary. Congratulations ISTAT! The ISTAT Americas conference held in Orlando, Florida at the Grande Lakes Conference Center March 12-14, 2013 is flanked on either side by the JW Marriott and the Ritz Carlton.... Read more

Mar 06, 2013 The Current Market   In the last 12 months, CV has seen values drop for the A319-100 type by about 5-15%, with lease rentals dropping by about 10% depending on the vintage. With the order book for this aircraft diminishing and the lack of real ... Read more

Narrowbodies

Feb 14, 2013 Steve Fortune of Fortune Aviation Services - contributing article There has been a lively discussion recently on whether the economic useful life of a commercial aircraft is declining.  Given the financial significance of useful life from an accounting perspective, any change to current policies should be carefully ... Read more

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