Airbus hopes to be able to deliver ‘around 720’ commercial aircraft this year, the same number that it originally targeted for 2022 but failed to reach. Production of the narrowbodies is gradually ramping up during the year, but the supply chain remains fragile. This...
UPDATE – Supply chain issues continued to pose challenges for Embraer in Q3, which resulted in fewer aircraft deliveries. Yet, the airframer expects to significantly ramp up deliveries in Q4 and reaffirms its delivery targets, thanks to increasing its...
Unable to shift into high gear is an apt description of the airline industry today, both domestically and internationally. Midway through the third quarter of 2022, as of August 15th, US airline passenger volumes reported by TSA have still not reached pre-pandemic...
Notwithstanding “unprecedented challenges” faced by the air transportation system that forced it to reduce capacity in July and August, Air Canada plans for a further ramp-up of capacity in the third quarter. The carrier wants to grow capacity in available seat miles...
In the current environment of supply chain issues that are exacerbated by the war in Ukraine, it must be unlikely that Airbus and Boeing will be able to ramp up the production of their aircraft. That’s the view, at least, that two influential specialists in the lessor...
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