Tag: Commercial Aviation

Asia Pacific in Great Need for Commercial Airline Personnel

Reading Time: 1 minute Over the third of projected global demand for commercial aviation personnel, to be more precise, 816,000 new commercial aviation employees, would be greatly needed in the Asia Pacific region over the 20 years period, Boeing reports. In terms of pilots, Boeing forecasts that in the upcoming two decades the region will see the demand for […]

2019 Will Be a Year of Crossroads for Aviation Industry

Reading Time: 4 minutes 2018 was an interesting year for airlines. On one hand there was the introduction of the blockchain bringing greater security to aircraft maintenance data while presenting an opportunity to one day revolutionize most aspects of aviation from training to the passenger experience. But going along with the big strides that were made in technology was […]

Differences Between Passenger and Cargo Pilots

Reading Time: 5 minutes Probably, when you think about the pilot, the first picture appearing in your mind is a pilot stepping onto the aircraft to perform a flight. And somewhere in that picture there are always passengers involved. But what about those pilots who don’t carry passengers? Well, there are those who carry cargo. Air cargo is a […]

The Aircraft Doors Market is Projected to Grow to USD 5.22 Billion by 2022

Reading Time: 1 minute Increase in aircraft deliveries and high demand for lightweight aircraft doors are key factors driving the growth of the aircraft doors market. The aircraft doors market is projected to grow from USD 3.68 billion in 2017 to USD 5.22 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 7.25% during the forecast period. Factors such as rise […]

Embraer’s Full Year 2017 Revenues Decline 6%

Reading Time: 2 minutes During 4Q17, Embraer has delivered 23 commercial and 50 executive aircraft (32 light jets and 18 large jets), for a total of 101 commercial and 109 executive aircraft (72 light and 37 large) delivered in 2017, meeting the Company’s 2017 Guidance for aircraft deliveries. This compares with a total of 32 commercial jets and 43 […]

Safran Contributes to Boeing ecoDemonstrator

Reading Time: 1 minute Safran Electrical & Power is proud to participate in the Boeing 2018 ecoDemonstrator, a campaign launched to improve commercial aviation’s environmental performance throughout an airplane’s lifecycle. After decades of successful partnership with Boeing on electrical wiring interconnection systems, Safran Electrical & Power is demonstrating its capabilities in power generation, distribution, electrical motors, and power electronics […]

How Blockchain And Cloud Can Reinforce Cyber Security In Commercial Aviation?

Reading Time: 4 minutes From keeping aircraft in the air to checking passengers in, aviation organizations rely heavily on IT systems. But data collected from the growing number of aircraft, routes and passengers has increased the pressure on these systems, while legacy and inflexible IT systems are also leaving airlines vulnerable to the growing threat of cyber-attacks. Jeff Cass, […]

Boeing Reports Second-Quarter Deliveries

Reading Time: 1 minute The Boeing Company announced deliveries across its commercial and defense operations for the second quarter of 2017. Major program deliveries during the second quarter and year-to-date, including deliveries under operating lease (which are identified by parentheses), were as follows:

10 Fatal Commercial Aircraft Crashes That Happened In 2016

Reading Time: 7 minutes It is a generally known fact that flying is still the safest form of long distance travel. Last year 3,8 billion people flew safely on 40,4 million flights. Every year these numbers are increasing since there are more people who can afford to travel by air. Unfortunately, the word “safest” does not mean that the […]

CityJet Confirms Order For Four Additional CRJ900 Aircraft

Reading Time: 1 minute Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced that Dublin-based regional carrier, CityJet has exercised the four options that were part of a purchase agreement announced on February 1, 2017. That agreement included a firm order for six CRJ900 aircraft and options for four more. Upon delivery, the aircraft will operate under wet lease in the SAS network. Based […]