Engine maker Safran Group is confident that CFM can deliver 1.700 LEAP engines to Airbus and Boeing this year. While supply chain issues do continue, CEO Olivier Andries expects them to ease over the year. The guidance is below that of what Andries said in October...
CFM International has responded positively to the request of Airbus to ramp up the production of the LEAP engines and meet higher rates in 2024. CFM-parent Safran Group confirmed this during an earnings call on April 29 on the first-quarter results. This would mean...
French aerospace giant Safran Group plans to ramp up production of its CFM LEAP engines to 2.000 per year from 2023. This is double the production of 2021 and also well over 1.736 engines it built in 2019, it announced on December 2 on its Capital Markets Day. LEAP...
UPDATE SPIRIT – Is Airbus overstretching itself by targeting production rates for the A320neo-family that go beyond 70 per month? That question seems to be answered affirmatively by at least two of its key program suppliers, engines manufacturers Safran and...
Weak first-quarter results haven’t only left their marks on aircraft manufacturers and airlines but of course on suppliers too. Last week, we heard some updates from various engine manufacturers and component suppliers that provide some perspective on where the...
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