Boeing will not launch a new airliner until it is fully satisfied with the digital toolset that it needs to design, manufacture, and service such an aircraft. While these new tools are being used in various defense programs, it will take a couple of years before they...
High fuel costs, inflation, new Covid variants, and political and economic uncertainties could be showstoppers, but Emirates expects to return to profitability in the current FY2022/2023. The Dubai-based airline reported its second net loss in a row for FY2021/2022,...
Boeing is “on the verge” of turning the corner on most of its (self-inflicted) problems that have disrupted the OEMs business over the past three years. “While we know we have got more work to do, I would say that the feeling is confident”, Brian West, Chief Financial...
The results this year of the Aero Structures business of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) will depend entirely on the production rates of the OEMs, in this case mainly Boeing. While order intake and revenues of the CRJ regional jet program are expected to grow...
UPDATE – Boeing has confirmed that the first delivery of the 777-9 has slipped to 2025, without being more specific about the exact quarter. The airframer has revised the schedule of the 777X program, “which reflects an updated assessment of the time required to...
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