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
Aviation’s carbon emissions scheme reaches critical decision time 
ICAO "another set of important decisions" toward implementation of the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation.
Flexibility Key to Changing Engine MRO Industry 
The engine MRO business shifts course.
US may benefit more from PPPs than airport privatization 
Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) may be more attractive than complete privatization of US airports, according to presentations by two expert speakers at a workshop on airport privatization held by the Japan International Transportation Institute in Washington, DC, on Feb. 1.
Japan moves quickly on airport privatization 
Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) is working to seek private-sector improvements in running the country’s 28 MLIT-owned airports after deciding the airports put a ceiling on aviation growth, especially LCCs, tourism and the economy.
Technology and the airfare upsell 
As the business/leisure travel mix changes, airlines must shift how they sell their products. Bundling ancillary products helps close the revenue gap.
ATCA 2017: Still seeking NextGen benefits 
At last year’s Air Traffic Controller Association annual conference, there seemed to be general agreement that FAA should begin reporting NextGen capabilities achieved, not just activities completed. No such luck at ATCA 2017.
New aircraft, engines, technology help reduce maintenance costs 
It is highly probable that aircraft and engine maintenance costs adjusted for inflation will decline per flight hour and seat mile over the foreseeable future.
Biometrics key to improving airport experience
More accurate biometric tools are coming online that could enhance border control and air-travel safety, while helping passengers get through airports quicker and with fewer security and airline staff required.
Mexican LCCs set the pace 
Mexican LCCs and ULCCs have been on a roll. But they must compete with each other and US LCCs, and Mexico’s erratic economy must grow for upstarts to expand.
Data on new aircraft types allow more sophisticated maintenance 
The evolution of predictive maintenance means better maintenance.
Enhanced Vision Sees In Dark Through Fog, Smoke, Smog 
The FAA will allow airliners with qualified enhanced vision to land without natural vision of runways and takeoff when destination fields are below minimums.
MROs and OEMs Must Do More
The new maintenance, repair and overhaul market is presenting its own challenges, mostly in the form of intense competition among diversified global giants.
MRO Provider Stakes Grow As Aircraft, Systems Grow More Complex
Maintenance markets in 2017 should continue 2016’s decent pace, as modest economic growth combines with low fuel prices to keep fleets flying and expanding.
When Airline Systems Understand Natural Language, All Will Benefit 
Natural language processing technology could make airline sales distribution smarter.
MRO Thrives Despite Influx Of Newer, More Durable Aircraft
Trends in the global MRO business point to a rapidly evolving industry
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Blogs & Commentary
Mar 25, 2019
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When KLM decided to take over Ryanair…

Five leading European airline CEOs had some fun during the recent Airlines for Europe (A4E) Aviation Summit, saying which rival airline they would like to run for a week and why....More
Mar 13, 2019
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US, under pressure, grounds MAX

A stunning week, beginning with the second crash of a Boeing 737 MAX and, three days later, every single MAX is grounded—and the US was last to make that call....More
Mar 13, 2019
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FAA, US airline leaders need to speak up on MAX

News this morning that Canada has grounded the Boeing 737 MAX is highly significant and truly leaves the US isolated on this issue....More

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