GAMA, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, released its Year End 2022 results summarizing the industry’s shipments and billings earlier today. Business aviation continued a slow improvement during the 4th quarter, with shipments and billings...
The big engine OEMs GE Aerospace and Pratt & Whitney have been making good progress on solving some of the supply chain issues, but they will remain for months to come. In fact, it will take until the end of this year until the production of structural castings...
Engine makers Pratt & Whitney and General Electric continue to suffer from supply chain and labor issues. Although there seem to be some stabilization and engine deliveries were higher in Q3 than in previous quarters, both OEMs are confronted with the same issues...
Continued recovery for general and business aviation is illustrated by second quarter shipment results for business aircraft. GAMA, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, reported second quarter shipments for the industry today. Single engine aircraft, both...
Our FAA bizjet model is updated for May 2022. For optimal viewing, please click the double-headed arrow at the bottom right of the model. Page 1 of the bizjet model illustrates the strength of the recovery in business aviation. Business jet operations are well above...
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