Supply chain constraints make it impossible for Airbus to maintain its guidance for 700 aircraft deliveries in 2022, the airframer confirmed on December 6. Including November deliveries, 563 aircraft have been delivered this year. This would leave 137 to go to reach...
GAMA released its third quarter shipments and billings report earlier this week. Business Aviation continued to recover from the global pandemic in the third quarter of 2022, but business jet deliveries lagged pre-pandemic levels during the third quarter, with fewer...
Deliveries of Pratt & Whitney Geared Turbofan (GTF) engines for the Airbus A320neo family alone should reach 1.000 per year in 2024 and even 1.200 to 1.300 engines from 2027 through 2030. Until the end of this decade, over 10.000 GTF engines will need to be...
UPDATE – Supply chain issues continued to pose challenges for Embraer in Q3, which resulted in fewer aircraft deliveries. Yet, the airframer expects to significantly ramp up deliveries in Q4 and reaffirms its delivery targets, thanks to increasing its...
Here’s the updated model. Optimize the view by clicking the double-headed arrow at the bottom right of the model. Notes: Orders continue to pick up but deliveries, by comparison, are slower 2022 deliveries might beat 2019 levels Southwest and Ryanair have taken...
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