What a week it was.
The International Society of Transport Aircraft Trader's 2011 conference has come to a close and the event is quickly establishing itself as the closest thing to the major US air show. While it won't rival Paris, Farnborough, Singapore or Dubai in scale, the industry's biggest players now come to the conference to make headlines around the world.
Here's a list of the headlines that made it to Flightglobal.com from myself and my colleague Mary Kirby:
And if you haven't already seen it, here's the widebody and narrowbody assessments of Steven Udvar-Hazy. Each post here and on Runway Girl covers the industry icon's complete answers on a myriad of topics.
- Bombardier expects at least 300 CSeries orders by EIS: Scott
- Udvar-Hazy sets high bar for 787 profitability, performance
- Boeing should develop new family to succeed 737: Udvar-Hazy
- Boeing to miss 787 performance spec: Albaugh
- A350-1000 needs more thrust to meet performance: Udvar-Hazy
- Trent XWB engine "certainly sufficient" to power A350-1000: Airbus
- IAE eyes military applications for V2500 plus further upgrade
- Boeing looks at increasing 737 output to 42 per month
- FAA scrutinises in-flight Wi-Fi interference with avionics
- P&W relocates PW1524G FETT for natural icing tests
- Boeing confirms 20 March target for 747-8I first flight
- Airbus sees overlap on A320 and A320neo production