According to a report on Saturday of usually well-informed Aviation News, Embraer is about to announce it will delay the launch of its turboprop aircraft. The story, for which LeehamNews claims to have confirmation, says that current market conditions as well as...
If the ecosystem for hydrogen will not be ready in time, Airbus might decide to delay the launch of its first ZEROe hydrogen airliner. President and CEO Guillaume Faury gave this warning signal at the start of the first day of the Airbus Summit. But subsequent...
Supply chain challenges force Airbus to delay its ramp-up plans for the A320neo family by some six months. Instead of increasing the rate to 65 aircraft per month from the summer of 2023, the airframer will now take this step in early 2024, it said on July 27 in its...
UPDATE – Entry into service of the Airbus A321XLR has slipped by a couple of months from late 2023 to early 2024. The delay is necessary to meet certification requirements, Airbus says in the release of its Q1 results. The airframer also confirmed that it will...
Certification and first deliveries of the Boeing 777X are likely to slip by another year until late 2024 and 2025 respectively, The Air Current reported on April 21, quoting sources who prefer to remain anonymous. Reuters confirmed the story and is also quoting an...
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