Flight Friday: Putting The Focus On Asia-Pacific's Operational Recovery, Utilization Trends
With Aviation Week’s MRO Asia-Pacific starting next week, this week’s #FlightFriday looks at indexed flight hours for Asia-Pacific, China and India.
Flight Friday: Spain’s Narrowbody Aircraft
In this week’s #FlightFriday, we look at some engine data, focusing on Spanish operated narrowbody aircraft.
Flight Friday: A Closer Look At Embraer's New E-Jets
For this week’s Flight Friday we look at Embraer’s E190-E2 and E195-E2.
Flight Friday: Domestic & International Flights Compared To 2019
For this week’s Flight Friday we look at domestic and international flights (cycles) compared to their equivalent month in 2019.
Flight Friday: Airbus A380 Flight Hours By Operator
This week we break down the A380's flight hours a little, by operator.
Flight Friday: Return Of The A380
Due to high travel demand, a pilot shortage, and new build delivery delays, the A380 looks like a very interesting proposition again.
Flight Friday: Focus On The Airbus A320 Family
This week, Flight Friday pivots to looking at just one aircraft family—the Airbus A320.
Flight Friday: Which Regions Are Ahead Of The 2019 Utilization Benchmark?
This week’s #FlightFriday looks at how flight hours, by region, compare against the first half of 2019.
Flight Friday: First Half Deliveries For Airbus And Boeing
How do first half deliveries for the two largest airframers stack up in the last few years?
Flight Friday: How Are Boeing And Airbus' Next-Generation Narrowbodies Faring?
With nearly 1,000 A320 and 737 MAX family aircraft ordered at Paris Air Show, this week’s #FlightFriday looks at the A320ceo, A320neo, 737-800 and the 737-8 MAX
Flight Friday: Focus On India's Aircraft Orders
With the large number of Indian operators announcing orders at Paris Air Show, this week’s Flight Friday looks at the Indian market.
Flight Friday: Lufthansa Group 2019 Versus 2023 Flights—How Do They Compare?
A look at how the Lufthansa Group is fairing by comparing the number of flights (cycles) between January-May 2019 and 2023.
Flight Friday: Update On The Overall Commercial Market
With stability returning to travel globally, the number of flights (cycles) are slowly returning to equivalent 2019 levels.
Flight Friday: Has The Business Aviation Bubble Burst?
The business aviation sector has been one of the few bright stars of the pandemic, and we have seen some of that utilization begin to fall and then plateau over
Flight Friday: Australia and New Zealand Recovery Remains Behind
With Aviation Week’s MRO Australasia coming up this month, this week’s #FlightFriday takes a look at Australian and New Zealand operators’ utilization.
Flight Friday: Latest Generation Versus Legacy Engines
We look at the latest generation engines CFM LEAP and Pratt & Whitney GTF against the well-established "legacy" engines CFM56 and IAE V2500.
Flight Friday: The North American Market, Through The Lens Of Aircraft Classes
This week’s Flight Friday looks at the North American market through the lens of aircraft classes.
How LCCs Are Leading The Recovery For The U.S. 'Medium 4' Airlines
This week we look at the U.S. "Medium 4" operators in terms of number of scheduled movements.
Flight Friday: How Are Middle East And African Carriers Rebounding From The Pandemic?
This week we examine the recovery of passenger flights across the Middle East and Africa.
Flight Friday: The Fallout From The Invasion Of Ukraine
Russia's domestic traffic has begun to drop below the equivalent month in 2019, suggesting sanctions on aircraft and engine parts may be having an effect.
Flight Friday: How Narrowbodies Are Leading The Recovery Across The Americas
The first group to return to 100% of 2019 levels was the Latin America narrowbody market, which returned to pre-2019 levels in April 2022.
Flight Friday: What Impact Has China's Reopening Had So Far?
China was the last large market to remove COVID restrictions, and it is anticipated that the international travel shall continue to rebound.
Forecast Friday: Long Light Single Engine Helicopters Drive Market Growth
Helicopter In Service Fleet (ISF) is expected to grow from ~21,500 in 2023 to over 24,000 in 2032.
Flight Friday: Widebody Recovery Sluggish In Middle East
Middle East carriers thrive on transit passengers through the major Middle Eastern hubs, however, the COVID outbreak put a halt on international traffic.
Flight Friday: Turboprops Lead The Way In Latin America Recovery
Overall, January 2023 Latin America flights are almost at 95% of January 2019, showing positive progress to ‘pre-pandemic’ levels.