June 17, 2019

PARIS 2019

Commercial Airliner Programs to Watch

PARIS 2019

Regional Renaissance

PARIS 2019

'We Know We Fell Short'

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Commercial Airliner Programs to Watch

All eyes are on how quickly the Boeing 737 MAX will return to service and under what conditions. But there are many other commercial programs that deserve attention. Boeing is facing more trouble with the already delayed 777X. Airbus is preparing the launch of the proposed A321XLR, an even longer-range version of the A321neo. Progress on sales and cost cuts in the A220 program are key, and Embraer is waiting for additional E2 sales. New programs such as the C919 and MC-21 continue their flight tests but have hit more challenges of late.

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Regional Renaissance

> STARTUPS WORK ON HYBRID OR ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT > EMBRAER STUDIES LARGE CONVENTIONAL TURBOPROP

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PARIS 2019

'We Know We Fell Short'

In the run-up to the Paris Air Show, Boeing Chairman, President and CEO Dennis Muilenburg met in his Chicago office with Aviation Week & Space Technology Editor-in-Chief Joe Anselmo and Executive Editor Graham Warwick. AW&ST: The two Boeing 737 MAX crashes and the subsequent grounding of the aircraft are on everyone’s mind. What’s your message?

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Can New Concepts Reshape the Narrowbody Market?

> INTEREST IS GROWING IN BOUNDARY-LAYER INGESTION TO REDUCE DRAG > HYBRID-ELECTRIC SHOWS PROMISE-AND HUGE CHALLENGES

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MAX STRESS

> AS INDUSTRY HEADS TO PARIS, THE MAX REMAINS GROUNDED > RESOURCE DRAIN COULD DELAY NEW PROGRAMS > BOEING IS WORKING TO WIN OVER REGULATORS

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'It Is Lose, Lose, Lose'

Guillaume Faury became CEO of Airbus in April 2019 after heading Airbus Commercial for about one year. Faury, 51, has brought in a new management team to position Airbus with a renewed focus on modernizing production, identifying promising technologies and tackling the environmental challenge.

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Shifting Priorities Push Global Revival for Nonstealthy Fighters

> THE F-15 EX GAINS SUPPORT FROM U.S. LEGISLATORS > CANADA AND ISRAEL ARE ALSO MULLING ALTERNATIVES TO F-35

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Arianespace Readies for Two New Launchers in Kourou

> ARIANE 6 AND VEGA C SCHEDULED TO FLY IN 2020 > ARIANE 6 HAS THIN ORDER BOOK

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Fighter and Engine Demonstrators Planned for Pan-European FCAS

> RAPID DEVELOPMENT CYCLE SLATED FOR REMOTE CARRIERS TO TACKLE EVOLVING THREATS > NGF DEMONSTRATOR IS LIKELY TO FLY WITH M88 DERIVATIVE IN 2025

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Next Narrowbody Timing Hinges on MAX Comeback

> VIEWS DIFFER ON TIMING OF NEXT NEW NARROWBODY > AIRCRAFT SIZE WILL INCREASE TO COVER 180-240-SEAT SEGMENT

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