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On the road again with RJs and Six Packs on my mind

I’m packing my bag and heading to Aspen in the wee hours of the morning to cover the ever-quotable Michael Boyd’s annual aviation summit. With the memory of a certain United Airlines flight to LAX still fresh in my mind, I’ve opted to fly Southwest Airlines from BWI to Denver and make the scenic drive […]

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Déjà vu: 50-seat RJ glut appears to loom large

It seems like only yesterday that a big, nasty glut of 50-seat regional jets was being predicted, and then didn’t quite come to fruition. The threat foretold around the middle of this decade seemed to dissipate last year, as Independence Air’s RJs found homes, and as reported in May 2007 by Darren Shannon at Flight […]

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Too much metal causes hard alpha cracks

It’s so nice to work with smart, savvy colleagues. Take the US Editor of Air Transport Intelligence, Lori Ranson , who joined us from the competition not so long ago, thank God, and who yesterday pointed out that the CF34-3B1 engine fan blade defect story comes on the heels of the DOT IG’s finding that […]

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