Aviation Industry News

  • One of the most relevant selling strategies Boeing enlisted with the 737 MAX was the fact that no additional crew training was necessary for current 737 officers.
  • A June 2019 article of the U.S. Naval Institute Newsletter highlights an approximate $100 million shortfall in Naval Aviation’s current fiscal year budget. The Naval Aviation Budget Shortage could cause a noticeable curtailment of previously scheduled events and even some operational cutbacks.
  • Most pilots in training end up with the same challenge after completing years of specialized training and investing thousands of dollars towards it. The problem is getting the hours to be certified.
  • A time comes when even the most dedicated flight attendant feels like seeking change, progress, or both. When this time comes, many flight attendants are usually left wondering what’s next.
  • Over the last two decades, we’ve witnessed serious cyber attacks on large corporations, governments, critical infrastructures of all kinds, and small and medium-sized enterprises across the world.
  • Honda Aircraft Company’s headquarters in Greensboro, North Carolina, is about to get bigger. According to a recent press release from the company, Honda Aircraft intends to invest a further $15.5 million into the facility, with the money going towards the construction of a new 82,000 square-foot ...
  • The business of avionics, the technology of developing the electronic equipment used for aviation, is rapidly expanding to keep up the growing demand for air travel and transport.
  • The stiff competition between Boeing and Airbus has been pigeonholed as a giant duopoly in the jet airliner industry since the 1990s. Could the recent Boeing’s 737 Max crisis lead to Airbus profit outpacing Boeing?
  • The combination of pilots getting older and retiring, not enough new recruits joining flight schools, as well as a shortage in military retirements, is creating a potential crisis in the aviation industry in general and the airline business
  • Airlines belong in the service industry, which means they will see spikes in demand followed by lower demand. Since all businesses are subject to the laws of supply and demand, airlines will hire and let go of employees accordingly.
  • The projected retirement of 42% of current commercial pilots during the next decade is also factored into this shortfall.As a result, some airlines are experiencing pilot shortages and have eliminated routes and reduced service as a result.
  • Boeing must respond with a solution that gives the FAA and the public the belief that they are taking this crisis seriously and did not compromise their moral position for the sake of company profits. 
  • The aviation industry has never wavered on its dependency on technology. Despite strict regulatory standards, technological advances in the way planes are built and continue to see rapid growth.
  • The aviation industry is one of the most technological-dependent industries out there. Aircrafts, for example, represent one of the best pieces of modern engineering and technology
  • See how to devastating 737 MAX crash has shook the aviation industry to its core.
  • Perhaps, the biggest industry to be affected by the government shutdown is the travel industry, in general, and the airline industry in particular.
  • As our economy grows, so will our reliance on the aviation industry to move more people and goods safely and on time. With this in mind, one of the most significant challenges to the United States economy in the mid-21st Century will be the availability of trained pilots and technicians to suppor...
  • Now, more than ever, airline jobs are considered some of the best jobs in the country. However, if you do your due diligence, it is possible to get a good airline job. The following are the top airlines to work for in the next five years.
  • While individual airlines can handle light MRO jobs, not all of them have the capacity to handle complicated maintenance processes. If you are looking for over-the-top MRO companies, I would suggest you look at Visiongain’s report.
  • Take a look at these top companies in aviation that are currently growing at substantial rates.