The first Boeing MAX 8s from Chinese airlines are expected to return to service before the end of the year. But this depends entirely on how quickly the grounded aircraft will be modified and cockpit crew trained for the revised procedures. Still, Boeing can breathe a...
Higher volumes of Boeing 737/MAX fuselages and wings, Airbus A220 wings, and Bombardier corporate jet fuselages have pushed revenues of Spirit AeroSystems to $980 million in the third quarter. On the downside, the tier-1 supplier is affected by lower widebody rates...
Airbus Canada is almost ready to introduce a new way of pre-assembling fuselage sections at its Mirabel plant. The different pre-FAL method brings more efficiency to the final assembly line of the A220 and prepares Airbus for higher production rates of its smallest...
There seems to be no quick fix to the issues that have suspended deliveries of the Boeing 787 since May. According to a Wall Street Journal news report, a difference of opinion within Boeing on the status of the Dreamliner issues has made the FAA decide to block the...
UPDATE SPIRIT – Is Airbus overstretching itself by targeting production rates for the A320neo-family that go beyond 70 per month? That question seems to be answered affirmatively by at least two of its key program suppliers, engines manufacturers Safran and...
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