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Heathrow expansion: the noisy money
With almost half a million yearly flights, Heathrow airport is one of the busiest airports in the world. Around 40% of the UK’s exports and imports, worth around £400bn, pass through the airport feeding the country’s economy every year. However, the economic benefits come at a price. Heathro...
Surplus parts as a new force in the aviation aftermarket
While today’s commercial fleet of approximately 20 900 aircraft (acc. to Boeing data) is expected to almost double in the next 20 years, the retirement of older generation machines is also gaining momentum. During the upcoming decade, the retirement rate is expected to reach 1000 aircraft per y...
Aeroflot welcomes first foreign pilot
JSC Aeroflot CEO Vitaly Saveliev today welcomed the first non-Russian pilot to join Russia’s flag carrier. Klaus Rohlfs, a German citizen, will make his maiden flight as an Aeroflot captain from Moscow to Prague tomorrow.
Guessing future aircraft value: optimistic, pessimistic and realistic scenarios
With USD 1.5 trillion worth of combined Boeing/Airbus backlog, airlines, leasing companies and other aircraft market players keep placing orders for new aircraft endeavouring to harvest the 4-5% annual growth of the passenger traffic. However, it is very important that those investors who wish to...
Aviation aftermarket: a call for enhanced information sharing
Ryanair's recent $22 billion order of 200 Boeing's 737MAX aircraft is a clear sign that the growth of the global fleet isn’t going to slow down anytime soon. In the meantime, TeamSAI predicts that the global MRO-related spending can be expected to increase at a rate of 3.3% annually until 2022....

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