Airbus’s third quarter results are best summarized as beating Boeing. The two key members of the commercial aviation duopoly continue to account for almost all (>90%) commercial aircraft in service. Post announcing their results, Boeing’s share price...
The Airbus A321XLR is expected to enter service in the second quarter of 2024. This is slightly later than what the airframer said in May, when it announced a delay of the program to “early 2024”. Airbus mentioned the latest date in its Q3 results, which were solid...
Member states of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) have almost unanimously agreed on a long-term aspiration goal (LTAG) to get aviation to net zero emissions in 2050. The agreement at the 41st Assembly has been hailed as a success by industry...
Airbus will reach 1.000 aircraft deliveries or more in the second half of the decade as demand for narrowbodies remains strong and that for widebodies is expected to recover strongly as well. Short term, the airframer has to deal with supply chain issues, although...
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...
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