Aircraft manufacturers as political footballs

It’s easy to think of Airbus and Boeing as corporate behemoths, all-powerful giants capable of getting whatever they want. But even giants have problems, and at the moment both Airbus and Boeing find themselves on the periphery of political battles that have the potential to hit their bottom lines. A political battle now underway in […]
  • David Harris
  • July 14, 2014

Musical chairs for all-cargo execs

When Robert van de Weg and Peter van de Pas resigned from their senior positions at Cargolux over disagreement with the Board’s decision to sell a 35% stake in the carrier to China-based HNCA, the air freight world was immediately awash in speculation about their respective futures. These were two of the most knowledgeable and […]
  • David Harris
  • March 21, 2014
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