Before the immobilization of the B737 MAX in mid-March, following two accidents involving the anti-stall system (346 dead in total), the launch of the "NMA" program was to be announced in June, at the last Paris Air Show

Airbus takes advantage of Boeing 737 MAX’s setbacks, contrary to popular belief

Admittedly, in the short term, Airbus cannot offer B737 MAX customers to replace them with Neo A320s. But the woes of the American plane place Airbus in an ideal strategic position to largely dominate the market for medium-haul aircraft, which represents more than 70% of aircraft sales. Does Airbus really not profit from the setbacks of its rival Boeing, as its commercial director, Christian Scherer … Continue reading Airbus takes advantage of Boeing 737 MAX’s setbacks, contrary to popular belief

Airbus-Boeing dispute: Trump wants to tax European products for 4 billion more

This new Trump administration announcement comes just two days after the truce between Washington and Beijing in their fierce trade war, following a meeting between Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the G20 in Osaka, Japan. No sooner is a truce negotiated between Washington and Beijing than the United States reopens hostilities with the European Union in this 15-year-old conflict over … Continue reading Airbus-Boeing dispute: Trump wants to tax European products for 4 billion more

Spatial Observation (CO3D): Airbus sets KO Thales

CNES entrusted Airbus Space with the development of the low-cost CO3D observation program (Constellation Optique in 3D). The European group has made a difference in the service sector against its rival Thales Alenia Space. Airbus Defense and Space won a significant victory against Thales Alenia Space (TAS). Following the end of the feasibility phase in 2018, CNES entrusted Airbus with the development of the CO3D … Continue reading Spatial Observation (CO3D): Airbus sets KO Thales

Only one pilot in the cockpit of Airbus and Boeing, is it inevitable?

Airbus is working on the commercial cruising of the cockpit (in the cruising phase) around 2023. While technology is allowed to ensure the safety of air transport at a very high level of safety, this stage of automation is not without asking questions. Paris Air Forum, organized by La Tribune, which will take place on June 14th. The following spoke: Patrick Cipriani, Director of Security … Continue reading Only one pilot in the cockpit of Airbus and Boeing, is it inevitable?