Guy Norris

Aviation Week
Articles by Guy Norris
Boeing warns of 787 delivery delays during wing crack checks 
Boeing has warned that upcoming 787 deliveries may be delayed while it inspects the most recently built aircraft for wing cracks.
Boeing: Single-aisle aircraft to dominate $1.9 trillion Asia-Pacific market 
The Asia-Pacific region, for decades the unchallenged bastion of the widebody airliner, will become increasingly dominated by single-aisle aircraft, predicted Boeing.
FAA warns GE-powered 747-8s, 787s could lose thrust in certain ice conditions 
FAA has issued an airworthiness directive requiring operators of GE Aviation GEnx-powered Boeing 747-8s, 747-8Fs and 787-8s to avoid flying in moderate or severe high-altitude ice crystal icing (ICI) conditions.
Airbus A320neo equipped with CFM engines
CFM confident in LEAP 1A engine 
CFM International remains confident in its predictions of a slight fuel burn advantage for the new LEAP-1A engine over the competing Pratt & Whitney PW1100G geared turbofan on the Airbus A320neo, even though the two currently remain essentially neck-and-neck in terms of firm engine selections.
Engine makers score big at Dubai 
Engine makers were among the big winners on the opening day of the Dubai Air Show, collectively bagging orders for more than 1,000 engines as part of the airline order bonanza announced by Airbus and Boeing Nov. 17.
Bair’s retirement prompts Boeing Commercial Airplanes reorganization 
Boeing Commercial Airplanes is restructuring its marketing and business development unit following the unexpected announcement by Mike Bair—the executive who leads the current strategic, planning and marketing group—that he is to retire.
Boeing 787-9 takes off on first flight
Boeing confident in 787-9 as second Dreamliner variant marks milestone 
The Boeing 787-9, 20-feet longer than the baseline 787-8, flew for the first time Tuesday to launch the flight test program of the second Dreamliner variant.

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