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...
COMAC has received the airworthiness approval for the freighter version of the ARJ21-700. During a ceremony in Shanghai on January 6, the documents were formally handed over by the CAAC. COMAC gets approval for ARJ21 Freighter conversion. The Chinese airframer has...
COMAC delivered the first ARJ21 regional jet to a non-Chinese customer on December 18. Indonesia’s Transnusa Airlines received the first of what should be thirty ARJ21-700s on order, which marks the first time that an airline outside China will operate a COMAC...
It’s that time of the year – things should be slowing down. But at Airbus and Boeing, the next two weeks remain busy. It’s the last few work days to win the crucial annual orders and delivery race. What’s the score to date? As of December...
The first COMAC C919 has been delivered to China Eastern and will soon enter commercial service. While the ramp-up will be slow, COMAC now has orders for more than 1,100 C919 aircraft from Chinese airlines and leasing companies. For the West, that means 1,100 aircraft...
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