Air Transport

Big Airbus Order

Airbus has confirmed a sizeable yet significant order for aircraft from Icelandair for its A321XLR. In today's video, I take a look at why the airline decided to announce its intent to order such a plane and how Boeing's decision to not move forward with an NMA of its own really set the tone for the airline's decision to move from Boeing to Airbus for its medium to long-haul needs.

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Boeing supplier halts work as union votes to strike

video | June 23, 2023

Spirit AeroSystems plans to halt work at a Wichita plant as unionized employees vote to strike. A prolonged work stoppage eventually could force planemakers to slow or stop jetliner assembly at a time when both Airbus and Boeing are ramping up production....

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Uh Oh: The Airbus A321XLR's Gamechanging Range Looks Like It Will Be Reduced

video | August 1, 2023

The range of the Airbus A321XLR could be reduced up to 200 nautical miles (370 kilometers) following an agreement between Airbus and European regulators on design safeguards needed to achieve certification. Let’s look at the details of this disappointing news in today’s video....

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El Al Israel Airlines Eyes Airbus Order

video | August 15, 2023

El Al Israel Airlines is closing on a new narrowbody deal with Airbus for their A321neo. However, they still have proposals from Boeing for the 737 MAX. Which way will the company eventually go, and can Airbus organise a contract before Boeing offers a more attractive deal?...

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Spirit Airlines adds new routes to DFW airport

video | February 18, 2023

Spirit announced Thursday it will launch a daily non-stop flight from San José Mineta International Airport to DFW starting June 7...

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Jaunt Air Mobility

Jaunt Air Mobility is utilizing breakthrough aviation technology to build the next air taxi transit system.

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