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...
Boeing’s announcement that it will start remarketing some MAX aircraft that were earmarked for Chinese customers might have surprised a few on Thursday, but the decision has been in the making for some time. Already in its Q2 investor’s call in July, Boeing...
Qantas CEO Alan Joyce isn’t the first to have used these words in the context of airline operations and profitability, but the financial year 2022 which closed on June 30 has been “extremely challenging” for the Australian airline group. Qantas reported its third...
There hasn’t been an OEM that didn’t bring up the topic during last week’s earnings calls: supply chain and labor issues. Airbus, Boeing, Raytheon, GE, Safran, all are affected by the shortages in labor and materials that disrupt the production flows of engines and...
The supply chain issues from which the commercial engine makers are suffering will likely extend well into 2023 and could even last until the end of next year. This warning comes on July 28 from Safran, the aerospace giant that partly owns CFM International. Earlier...
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