When the sun is out and the temperatures soar people take to the sky, road, rails and waters for a summer getaway! Which means it’s time to cash in on that accrued vacation and hit the beach, desert, a happening city, or maybe even a new
Welcome to COMAC America's official blog! Our intent is to share thoughts from people who love aviation (us) with people who love aviation (you). We bring the unique perspective of enthusiasts working to advance the newest member of commercial aviation. We plan to post the first Friday of every month. Please note, the opinions contained in the posts reflect those of the authors and not the company.
Commercial aerospace is an industry that operates in extreme margins. Though you may feel like you’re paying an arm and a leg for your next flight, remember that airlines are paying too; each flight is associated with a variety of costs, from landing fees to personnel.
The majority of airports around the world contend with occasional forms of inclement weather, such as thunderstorms, blizzards or hurricanes. However, there are some airports that, due to their geographical location, experience extreme weather on a regular basis. Located in sweltering deserts, frozen tundra, or towering
In our March blog, The Evolution of Air Cargo, we examined the development and growth of the air cargo industry as a whole. This month, we are examining how e-commerce is fueling the demand for air cargo and the influence China is having on both industries.
Roughly three years ago, a Chinese-made passenger jet entered regular commercial service for the very first time. Since then, the model has flown over 10,000 hours, safely carrying passengers to exciting destinations all over China for Chengdu Airlines. Two new customers, Genghis Khan Airlines and Urumqi
On November 10, 1910, seven years after the Wright brothers recorded the first flight, air was broken on the use of an aircraft to ship cargo. Max Morehouse, founder and president of the Morehouse-Martens Company in Columbus, Ohio decided to commission the use of an aircraft
With 1.3 Billion potential market consumers, China is on the radar of nearly every industry. As the world’s second largest aviation market, the China is also a major focus for airlines and aircraft manufacturers across the world. For years, China has been a key player in
In 2018, COMAC celebrated its 10th anniversary of operation. Although 10 years is a relatively short amount of time to exist in the commercial aerospace industry, in a way this short length of time gives added meaning to the accomplishments made in a single year. For
In the United States, the winter holidays (the time period between December 15 and January 4) include some of the most heavily traveled days of the year. Which means, as temperatures drop and ticket prices rise, nearly everyone reading this blog is bracing for the winter
China is renowned for its long history that stretches back thousands of years and includes the rise and fall of dynasties, the development of a nation, and the emergence of a world power. As China continues to grow and develop, the country is working to expand