Airbus has canceled all remaining orders from Qatar Airways from its backlog by deleting nineteen A350-1000s from the order book. The move was first reported by Reuters in August but confirmed today when Airbus released its orders and deliveries tables for August....
The world’s biggest lessor, AerCap, is concerned about the reliability of the latest generation of engines. Powerplants need to be removed from the wing for maintenance, repair, and overhaul much sooner than expected. In the current environment of supply chain...
UPDATE – Boeing is telling its airline customers that it expects to resume deliveries of the 787 in the second half of this year, Reuters has reported on April 20. The report hasn’t been officially confirmed, but United Airlines and American Airlines are...
The Backlog Gap between Airbus and Boeing remains quite substantial in the third quarter of 2021, with Airbus having amassed a substantial lead. This will likely translate into higher volumes and higher earnings for Airbus until the next generation of aircraft is...
News: Boeing reported its October orders and deliveries, including 12 more cancellations for the 737 MAX. Four of the canceled orders were from CDB Leasing, one from Smartwings (owner of Czech Airlines), three from Oman Air, and four from an undisclosed buyer. In...
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