Category Archives: Aerospace

Largest Aviation Claims of 2011

Aviation Claims

Aviation is a catastrophe business but thankfully 2011 has been another year without catastrophe. Continue reading →

2011 Airline Claims set to be Lowest on Record

As 2011 draws to a close it will, barring a major catastrophe in the next 10 days, be one of the best years on record in terms of airline claims. Continue reading →

Airline Loss Levels at Six-Year Low

Investments in safety, new aircraft and technology have resulted in airline loss levels being at a six-year low, says Willis Steve Doyle in this video interview. Continue reading →

Scariest Aerospace Risk: Fuel Price

The Scream, by Edvard Munch (1893)

The trouble with a Halloween blog about air transport is that it isn’t or shouldn’t be scary. It is statistically one of the safest things you can do. Continue reading →

The “Dream” of Air Travel

Boeing 787

The delivery of the first Boeing 787 to All Nippon Airways makes this week a good time to reflect on how the aviation industry has and continues to develop. Continue reading →

Airline Industry Losses Hit 5-Year Low

Airplane at Sunset

Despite a spate of aviation losses totaling in the region of US$250 million at the end of July/early August, the airline industry had a relatively turbulent free start to the third quarter, with losses hitting a five-year low of US$794 million. Continue reading →