Welcome to the fourth episode of the Airways Podcast, the digital audio extension of our team’s world class written content. To recap, the idea behind this podcast is to do a weekly deep-dive into three or four important aviation stories or trends, with a particular focus on aerospace and the U.S. airline industry. This is not a news podcast (in fact almost everything we cover will have been written about on the site by the time we discuss it) but rather one focused on in-depth analysis and assessment.
This week’s episode features Senior Business Analyst Vinay Bhaskara, Columnist R, and Airways Editor In Chief Enrique Perella. Enrique and R were reporting live from the Farnborough Airshow, and naturally the primary topic of discussion was recapping the major themes from the week-long event in the UK.
- AirAsia’s order for 100 A321neos – what were some of the driving factors behind the order?
- Avianca Brazil’s order for 62 A320neos – does it make sense given the context of Avianca’s finances and Latin America’s downturn?
- Boeing’s new, stretched 737 MAX 7 – what do we think of Boeing’s new approach?
- What’s the scoop on the new Turkish Regional Jet
- The war of words between Embraer and Bombardier
- And much more
As we evolve the format of this new Airways feature, we would love your feedback as we look to find the optimal mix. And for now, consider this “Podcast Unplugged”. We’ll be adding production value enhancements as we move forward, in addition to special guests and contributors. Please let us know your thoughts in the comments below or directly via email.