Bid to Brazil to Win Jet Fighter Race
Tanker Bid Should Consider WTO Ruling, Lawmakers Say
WTO report and its impact on Boeing. Glenn Farley interviews Michel
Row 44’s airborne Wi-Fi is set to take off after a
recent deal with Southwest Airlines.
Glenn Farley discusses the 787 program with Michel Merluzeau
Aerospace Summit: Aerospace Industry Leaders (panel discussion)
moderated by Glen Farley, KING 5 TV (w/Q&A from audience), summit
Boeing Ready to Buy F-18 Parts in Brazil to
Charter plane company Clay Lacy has sky-high hopes of
putting wireless Internet service in its aircraft.
787 Delays, Qantas cancels order for 15 787s and delays deliveries
Bombardier at the Paris Air Show: Q400 and CRJ1000, No CSeries.
Boeing, Raytheon Take Aim at Drone Market Dominated
“The Global Hawk sensor suite is eye watering and very impressive in
terms of day and night surveillance,” said Ron Stearns, research
director at G2 Solutions, an aviation consulting firm in Seattle. “For
high-altitude long endurance, Global Hawk is basically it right now.”
Dreamliner debuting to sky-high hopes
It's a few years behind
schedule, but Boeing is finally preparing the 787 Dreamliner for its
maiden flight sometime next month. And for Boeing's sake, the aircraft
had better fly like a dream. Deborah Wang reports.
Bombardier 2007 Results, outlooks for the C-Series,
Interview with Michel Merluzeau Bombardier's shares up sharply on the TSX January 2008
787 Program and Boeing's Profits ``What Boeing is saying to customers is working
because orders are still coming in for it,'' said Michel Merluzeau, an
aviation consultant at G2 Solutions in Kirkland, Washington. ``They just
need to reassure the crowd they have complete control. The problem is,
sometimes what you tell your customers, you can't tell Wall Street.''
Interview about the tanker program and Airbus
relocation of the A330F assembly to Alabama
Comments about the SAS Dash-8Q400 emergency landing in Denmark
Further comments about the second SAS Q400 Emergency landing in
"Bombardier now has a serious PR problem with this latest accident. It
is imperative for the company to make an effort to correct those issues,
otherwise the reputation of the Q400 might be tarnished for good in
Europe mainly " Michel Merluzeau
Comments from Michel Merluzeau about the 787 delays available
with Montreal Argent about rumors of partnership between Airbus and
Embraer and how this might affect the plans for Bombardier's C-Series.
Link to interview
Michel Merluzeau, Principal Analyst for
Commercial Aerospace commented recently about Bombardier Annual
Shareholders meeting TV interview and BBD's webcast can accessed by
clicking on the pics.
Michel Merluzeau co-hosted an Aviation Today Webinar with Teal Group's
Richard Aboulafia about the forthcoming Paris Airshow on May 24. Archive
can be found here
Merluzeau, Principal Analyst for Commercial Aerospace commented
recently about the first North American Visit of the new Airbus A380 in
an interview with Argent's anchor George Pothier Interview
" We will have to wait probably another five years at least, before we
see the A380 possibly entering service with a US carrier, and there are
may be at most 2 airlines potentially candidate"
"This aircraft, although a significant technological achievement, is not
adapted to US carriers needs " "Airports like San Francisco and Los
Angeles are competing for the lucrative Asian routes, and the A380 is
part of that story"
The full interview is available from Argent by clicking on the
Comments from Michel Merluzeau about the ANA Q400 incident at Kochi
airport in Japan