airBaltic is in discussions with Airbus to exercise options for thirty Airbus A220-300s and place twenty new options. The latter would offer the airline the flexibility to opt for the stretched A220-500 when Airbus launches that version. CEO Martin Gauss confirmed a...
Spirit AeroSystems expects the Boeing 737/MAX tailfin production issue to have at least a $31 million impact on the full-year gross profit. Of this, the Tier 1-supplier incurred $17 million in its Q1 results, but additional costs are likely, the company says. Tailfin...
UPDATE – Boeing reiterates its delivery targets of 400 to 450 737s and MAX aircraft for this year, despite the latest quality issue with fittings of the vertical tail fin. Inspections and rework on aircraft in production and inventory “will impact the timing of...
United Airlines will be confronted with multiple delivery delays from Boeing and Airbus for the MAX and A321neo. In the 10K filing that the airline released on Thursday on its Q1 2023 results, the airline shares some insights into the effects that supply chain and...
Despite attempts to ramp up the production, Airbus delivered just 127 aircraft in the first three months of 2023. This compares to 142 in the same period last year and confirms that production issues are still affecting the production flow on the European airframer....
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