The Redemption of the 757

How the US Airlines Finally Realized its Extraordinary Capabilities

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The market opportunities of new aircraft programs are often constrained by the limitations of the past. These new designs tend to be evaluated on current networks, drawn to circumvent the now outdated limitations of the older fleets. It can take years for operators to realize the full potential of an aircraft as they slowly discover…

“Previously Enjoyed” Aircraft Finding New Homes in Mature Markets

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When we think of aircraft movements, we typically think of individual flights.  However, aircraft often change ownership from region to region in fairly predictable ways.  Historically, new aircraft entered the mature regions such as Europe and North America after which they were sold to the developing regions. While this certainly holds true on the continent…

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