Supply chain constraints make it impossible for Airbus to maintain its guidance for 700 aircraft deliveries in 2022, the airframer confirmed on December 6. Including November deliveries, 563 aircraft have been delivered this year. This would leave 137 to go to reach...
Airbus’s third quarter results are best summarized as beating Boeing. The two key members of the commercial aviation duopoly continue to account for almost all (>90%) commercial aircraft in service. Post announcing their results, Boeing’s share price...
Airbus said it has a production of 75 A320neo-family per month by 2025. It will adjust the rate ramp-up as necessary prior to 2025. Supply chain issues could slow this ramp-up, as is the case at Boeing. Currently, Airbus has a 2024 target at a monthly rate of 65....
With encouragement from an analyst, we developed two carbon trackers. This two-pager is for public use and a more detailed and complex version (18 pages) for subscribers. Page 1 – three simple tables listing the pounds of carbon per seat hour by aircraft types...
Airbus will decide on a further ramp-up of production of the A320neo-family by the middle of this year. The decision to go to rate 65 per month from the middle of 2023 was taken last year, but it’s now an increase to rate 70 or 75 that is on the table, CEO Guillaume...
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