Typically the airlines don’t pay much for their engines using “Power-By-Hour” contracts instead. From industry sources, we understand more than half the airlines utilize these contracts. On the lower side, we might see GE and CFM in high-sixties...
The race between the CFM LEAP and Pratt & Whitney GTF remains intense. They battle each other for every order on the Airbus single-aisle fleet. The A320neo program has had engine hiccups as the OEM has managed to produce aircraft faster than it can get engines. ...
Yesterday the FT published an interesting story about how the UK is concerned with Rolls-Royce. The company has come under pressure with missing its numbers. Today came news that two senior managers are leaving the firm. Yesterday the FT also mentioned that P&W...
With data now available through the 2nd quarter of 2015, we took a look at the Indian civil aviation market. This market is changing rapidly, and the trends are interesting for this growing market. As of 30 June 2015, there were 465 active commercial jet aircraft in...
On March 13th, Bank of China Aviation made an announcement that it had selected IAE V2500 engines for an order for 12 A320s. We decided to look into this engine selection and evaluated this growing lessors A320 family engine selection over the years. The company has...
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