Engine maker Safran upholds its target that it will be able to deliver 2.000 CFM LEAP engines in 2023, despite suffering from continued supply chain and labor constraints. For this reason, CFM, which is jointly owned by Safran and General Electric, will unlikely meet...
The Airbus A321XLR is expected to enter service in the second quarter of 2024. This is slightly later than what the airframer said in May, when it announced a delay of the program to “early 2024”. Airbus mentioned the latest date in its Q3 results, which were solid...
The CFM International RISE (Revolutionary Innovation for Sustainable Engines) Technology Demonstration Program was launched on June 14, 2021. Program goals include reducing fuel consumption and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by more than 20% compared to today’s most...
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....
The supply chain issues from which the commercial engine makers are suffering will likely extend well into 2023 and could even last until the end of next year. This warning comes on July 28 from Safran, the aerospace giant that partly owns CFM International. Earlier...
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