3 Links I Love: Mitsubishi Targets the US, A Successful A380, Iceland’s Wow Pain

3 Links I Love: Mitsubishi Targets the US, A Successful A380, Iceland’s Wow Pain

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Mitsubishi to turn MRJ into cheaper, smaller ‘Space Jet’Nikkei Asian Review
It is going to be really interesting to watch what happens in the regional jet space in the US. Bombardier has basically given up while Embraer has focused its development efforts on the …

3 Links I Love: Frontier’s Ever-Changing Network, Boeing Targets the A330neo, Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum

3 Links I Love: Frontier’s Ever-Changing Network, Boeing Targets the A330neo, Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum

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Travelers air frustration over changes by Frontier AirlinesNewsday
Frontier is exceedingly quick at moving in and out of markets if they don’t work well. There is always backlash, and I find myself wondering about the long-term implications of all these changes. If someone lives …

An Update From Paris: Airbus Puts Lipstick on Its A380 While Boeing Keeps Stretching Its 737

An Update From Paris: Airbus Puts Lipstick on Its A380 While Boeing Keeps Stretching Its 737

This week is the Paris Air Show, the pinnacle of the air show circuit (alternating with Farnborough every other year). It’s usually an opportunity for aircraft manufacturers to shine by revealing a slew of orders along with future development plans. This year, those order books are somewhat lighter, especially …

3 Links I Love: Europe’s Fight With the US, Airbus Politics and Alabama, Solari Boards Down Under

3 Links I Love: Europe’s Fight With the US, Airbus Politics and Alabama, Solari Boards Down Under

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Europe brings US to court for delaying cheap Cork to Boston flightsIrish Central
I figure I’ve written about the DOT enough lately, so I won’t bore you with another post on them. But this news is at least worth mentioning here. Europe has been …

3 Links I Love: Hard to Start Up Cuba, Chinese and Virgin Australia, That Weird Airbus Noise

3 Links I Love: Hard to Start Up Cuba, Chinese and Virgin Australia, That Weird Airbus Noise

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Airlines Race to Cuba, Overcoming Major HurdlesAssociated Press
Scott Mayerowitz headed down to Cuba with American Airlines to explore the problems of trying to start doing business in a country that might as well be from another planet. Considering the recent award of service …

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