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...
So Qantas has made up its mind: it has selected the Airbus A350-1000 as the preferred aircraft to operate the ultra-long services from ‘Down Under’ to the US and Europe over Boeing’s offering, the 777X. What has made the difference? Of course, we don’t have access to...
Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon significantly improved their HY1-results compared to last year, the Hong Kong-based airlines announced on August 7. Combined profit for the first six months of 2019 was HK$615 million, compared to -904 million last year. Group profits...
As expected, Boeing announced an impressive net and operating loss for its first six months of 2019, with the worst results suffered in Q2 because of the MAX grounding and reduced production output HY1 net earnings show a $793 million loss, compared to $4.613 billion...
Commercial engine manufacturers can look back on an exciting Paris Air Show, earning some good money. Where the airframers agreed on deals that in most cases need further negotiating, the engine OEM’s received orders sometimes placed with airframers a couple of years...
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