With regards to the "Change of Strategy" clearly this is the case, the original strategy was 777/380 and they assumed the markets would meet the capacity they added, this worked for some time until saturation and competition caught up. The "Strategy" has changed, they have made ...Jump to post
But "plastic" as we heard during the development of the 787 is supposed to make extenstions like the 346 possible without panelties? Assuming that is correct how long will a new pure plastic 322 become in order arry the similar amounts oc seats and how more efficient will a long pure plast...Jump to post
South America has too long been controlled by big business in combination with politics. LATAM is the big example of this with President Pinera protecting its moves.
high fares, low salaries controlled or no competition
Norwegian can easily change things to the better.
I think we forget an important parameter. As my understanding from following both the conversations about A380 and 330neo an important factor is financing. Financing companies of the current fleet of 380s do not seems very happy and in that case arent they happy with the 737, 787, 320 and 350s that ...Jump to post
By the way i consider the rengined 789 and 359 to be a great threat to the me3 by making less and less destinstions un economical from Europe p2p.
In the same way i consider that yhe 797 only seems to compete with 788 and 330 series. Not the 320 series
Coming back to my comment regarding "older" design. 1 777x is using grand fathering from 777 family. Can it use grandfathering method with only 10-20% left from 777 family? 2 in order to compete with the 350 family a stretch was needed in combination with state of the art engines. 3 even w...Jump to post
I think that most people here including me consider that 777X will get the same problem as A380 with financing and small production runs. 787 and in this case A350 will because of the bigger production serials get more PIP and probably in 7-8 years from now a new engine will be on the way. As I unde...Jump to post
No leader, per se, but there are George Soros ' funding ties to an Antifa organization. Par for the course, really. Enough with blaming everything on Soros. I'm sick of the anti-Semitism. The funny part about Soros is that the current Israeli regime is not happy with him either and rather go with n...Jump to post
Money is not everything for top-talent. I do not know how generous Boeing is in terms of social benefits. I know of Top Employers that give up to 6 months of parental payed leave and 8-10 weeks payed holiday aswell as massive pension funds. Thats what the best talent looks for and I hope Boeing can...Jump to post
This FTA has taken 20 years to negotiate. In average a FTA takes 7-8 years. Right now I also see that EU normally trying to protect its farmers to great extent see the need to protect the liberal values. If EU wants a liberal world and a development in this direction EU have a need to create this ki...Jump to post
Today a new FTA EU Mercosur was signed.
750 million people included into the FTit took 20 years to negotiate.
Assuming that Bojo becomes PM when csn we start betting on if he survive christmas?Jump to post
With this site logic the 788 and 338 will get killed by the A320xlrJump to post
Will 330Neo have a great 2019 sales result?Jump to post
The UK economy going great? https://www.theguardian.com/business/grogonomics/2019/jun/18/there-is-zero-heat-in-the-economy-and-hopes-for-a-wages-increase-are-absurdly-optimistic https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/brexit-business-investment-no-deal-stockpiling-contingency-bcc-a8961076.h...Jump to post
BoJo => to become the shortest serving PM in UK history?Jump to post
According to "the guardian" uk economy stagnates and even decreases;
"UK economy shrinks after Brexit car factory shutdowns
Vehicle output falls by 24% as firms including BMW and Peugeot pause production"
Remember that EU countrues close will double its spending on defence the next few years. It needs objects to spend on.Jump to post
Central Europe understands that our future rely ob that whole Europe l, south east and russia becomes democratic and rich. The biggest misstake was not to include russia in the efforts EU did with eastern europe in mid 1990s. If Russia had got the same development like Poland the current relation be...Jump to post
Many norwegian companies opens activities inside EU in order to sell to EU companies.
Swedish customers avoids to buy from Norway if alternatives exists for practical reasons.
https://mobile.twitter.com/njamesworld/status/1128312748662771712 Forcing countries to do things whether they want it or not. Thank christ we are leaving. A-holes like this Guy Verhofstadt (I can think of a better term that rhymes with stadt) can’t wait till he is distant news. For many countries a...Jump to post
So usd even if percentage of total reserve currency go down the total amount of worlds reserves go up meaning that in number of usd not too much has been paid back.
A non carbon world will change this dramatic.
Summary Total global foreign exchange reserves, in all currencies, rose to $11.4 trillion in the fourth quarter 2018, according to the IMF's just released COFER data. These foreign exchange reserves do not include the Federal Reserve's holdings of dollar-denominated assets, such as Treasury securiti...Jump to post
USA need to recognize that perhaps the biggest export product is in fact its USD. The rest of the world need to give cheap work in form of product to get a credit note in USD as payment. Most countries cannot do this except Euro area and now china. The biggest battle is now what procentage of world ...Jump to post
increased state spending etc. Why did you cross this out? EU's central apparatus is too huge and expensive. And serves too little purpose. And in addition they have a tendency to dictate others who should pay how much in taxes and where these taxes should be spent. Considering the work executed the...Jump to post
Polish people in 1991 were earning less than Gabon or Ukraine, now they make over 3,5 times what Ukrainians are making. Polish citizens entered the EU making approx 1/3 of the average of EU earners, now they're at 70% after just 15 years. It's still below average, but Poland is now attracting worke...Jump to post
https://www.pewglobal.org/2019/03/19/eu ... e-eu_0-02/
Who will attack EU? You could ask; who will attack USA?
You do not attack a strong country that can use great force.
But right now you can ask people in Riga, Tallin and Kaunas who will attack EU and you might get answers.
With extension until haloween what is now the chance that uk leaves at all? Uk politics is right now similar to western front 1917. Noone can agree to anything. I could bet some money right now that uk will still be member 2025. In the same time with A50 extensions EU27 can start to consider new dev...Jump to post
Regarding Norway and EU the moment of thruth will come around 2035 when EU usage of oil and some years after that gas starts to be replaced by electrical sources for transport industry and heating. I guess that 2040 will be a year that Norway might join the EU club both for economical and defense pu...Jump to post
EU countries right now double their defense spending. An German politician rightly said with this Germany will become the biggest spender on defense in Europe. With UK a strong Nato defender leaving combined with Germany changing closer to the French view that Nato article 5 cannot be trusted an EU ...Jump to post
With terror coming back to NI perhaps it is time to see that NI peace is fragile.
Talking about backstop and GFA we need to understand that terror can easily come back.
People in Ireland and now NI have not forgot the close appartheid situation that existed between chatolics and protestants.
I am not sure what your point is but here is a BBC piece I found: Brexit: Does the Irish peace accord rule out a hard border? https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-northern-ireland-46988529 Yes, it is true that the GFA does not specifically rule out a hard border. However, lots of people argue that a hard bo...Jump to post
Unfortunately that wont be an option if TM WA gets passed, as the EU will then have the final say Brexit automatically puts the UK at the mercy of the large powers, and the EU will be the only practical choice for whom to follow. The real world is quite different from the fantasies about a revival ...Jump to post
Brexit automatically puts the UK at the mercy of the large powers, and the EU will be the only practical choice for whom to follow. The real world is quite different from the fantasies about a revival of the bygone Empire. Trying to belittle people who don't share your view because of the history o...Jump to post
Please explain for me why it is undemocratic for uk to take part of a EU parliament election?Jump to post
So now after ERG has told us that everything they told uk people was false we are down to Empire II and how did the hun win the peace over UK after WW II??
What a joke!
Jacob Rees-Mogg has tweeted today, in a huff over any extension:: If a long extension leaves us stuck in the EU we should be as difficult as possible. We could veto any increase in the budget, obstruct the putative EU army and block Mr Macron’s integrationist schemes. admitting in one tweet, that a...Jump to post
Commons an uk government now need to agree about something.
Otherwise an extension to may 22 will not help anyone.
Mr junker now says that any extension after april 12 requires participants in EU election.Jump to post
EU 27 is right now sick and tired of UK and its government.
Good luck for the next UK government starting new relationship after its hard brexit in 2 weeks from now.
As I understand, pilots will not be able to mpve from NG to MAX without expensive in the future. Second there seems like Boeing will need to chsnge the functionality of the system. Will this decrease the performance of MAX? So when Boeing in the future propose Max against Neo the obstacle to change ...Jump to post