Henry Canaday

Henry
Canaday

Henry Canaday has been a business and aviation journalist for 15 years, with recent emphasis on aviation maintenance and airline information technology. Prior to that, he spent 20 years as an energy economist with both Federal agencies and the private sector.

Articles
Additive Power 
The use of additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, of polymer parts for aircraft has been growing for decades and continues to increase. The much tougher printing of metal parts is now beginning in earnest as engine OEMs and others use AM to create both simple and complex assemblies for powerplants.
MRO Digest News Briefs March 2, 2016 
News Briefs from the March 2, 2016 issue of MRO Digest
MRO Digest News Briefs Feb. 24, 2016 
News Briefs from the Feb. 24, 2016 issue of MRO Digest
UTC Aerospace Systems Picks Lufthansa Technik, Signs Major Deals 
UTC Aerospace Systems and Lufthansa Technik (LHT) have signed a long-term agreement giving Airbus A350 XWB operators more options for MRO of nacelles on Rolls-Royce Trent XWBs.
MRO Digest News Briefs Feb. 17, 2016 
News Briefs from the Feb. 17, 2016 issue of MRO Digest
MRO Digest News Briefs Feb. 10, 2016 
News Briefs from the Feb. 10, 2016 issue of MRO Digest
Lufthansa Technik signs Emirates, SunExpress 
Lufthansa Technik (LHT) will overhaul the landing gear of Emirates Airlines’ 13 Boeing 777-200ER/300s under a five-year agreement.
News Briefs Feb. 3, 2016 
News Briefs from the Feb. 3, 2016 issue of MRO Digest
SIA Engineering posts revenue, profit increase 
SIA Engineering Group posted a profit of S$49.4 million ($31.8 million) for third quarter of fiscal 2015-16.
Wi-Fi Flux 
Broadband access to the Internet in the airline passenger cabin is spreading rapidly. Many passengers want it and are willing to pay for it. Technology enables it at lower costs and with higher quality. Airlines want to please passengers and make money, either directly by charging for Internet access, or indirectly by filling more seats or receiving higher fares.
Wi-Fi Flux 
Broadband access to the Internet in the airline passenger cabin is spreading rapidly. Many passengers want it and are willing to pay for it. Technology enables it at lower costs and with higher quality. Airlines want to please passengers and make money, either directly by charging for Internet access, or indirectly by filling more seats or receiving higher fares.
MRO Digest News Briefs Jan. 27, 2016 
News Briefs from the Jan. 27, 2016 edition of MRO Digest
MRO Digest News Briefs Jan. 20, 2016 
News Briefs from the Jan. 20, 2016 issue of MRO Digest
MRO Digest News Briefs Jan. 6, 2016 
News Briefs from the Jan. 6, 2016 issue of MRO Digest
AAR gains revenue, profit slips 
AAR reported second-quarter fiscal year 2016 consolidated sales of $423.8 million and income from continuing operations of $10.4 million.
Blogs & Commentary
Nov 16, 2017
blog

Alaska’s Cuba pullout signals death of US-Cuba air transport market

Alaska’s Los Angeles-Havana daily flight was a good litmus test for the viability of the US-Cuba market....More
Nov 14, 2017
blog

Dubai Air Show: Ode to the Missing Man

As they walked the line at Dubai’s Fair, They met a man who wasn’t there....More
Nov 10, 2017
blog

Can the air transport industry be ‘Uber-ized’?

Uber has shaken up the taxi market. Could the same happen to air transport? The simple answer is yes. The question is when the next big change will come, or whether it’s already happening....More
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