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    “Airlines will look at efficient small single-aisle [aircraft] as their second type for their single-aisle operations,” says one industry executive.

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    The Norwegian carrier is known for its flights to harsh locations in the Arctic Circle, but wants to grow into a wider European range.

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    Production of Bombardier’s C Series airliner finally is picking up pace as the manufacturer overcomes interior completion delays that followed earlier issues with the availability of Pratt & Whitney PW1500G geared turbofan engines and problems with some suppliers.

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    In a region where at times widebodies are used for intraregional services, crossover jet OEMs must change Middle East carriers’ mindset.

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    The aim of integrated flight deck technology is to clearly display essential flight information and enable an intuitive, reduced-workload flying experience.

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    A little-known airline has been producing impressive results for nearly two years. But it has no network, its airplanes have no fancy livery and you can’t buy a ticket on it.

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    While large regional jets have been a choice, they did not have the range of new-generation crossover aircraft.

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    Africa represents less than 10% of the world’s available seat miles, but that is about to change, and manufacturers of crossover narrowbody jets are taking note.

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    Inflight entertainment/connectivity went from “nice to have” to “must have” for passengers. New-gen crossover narrowbody jets are being designed to accommodate.

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    Could an upstart use A220s and Embraer E2s to overfly hubs?

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