Despite progress on the recovery of its widebody engines that are flying more hours than before, Rolls-Royce’s Civil Aerospace business unit has actually slipped back into a loss in HY1 of this year. Are Rolls-Royce’s HY1 results as bad as they look? The...
UPDATE – Doubling the number of 737/MAX deliveries to Boeing helped Spirit AeroSystems to push revenues up by 26-28 percent in Q2 and HY1 respectively. The Tier 1 supplier is expecting a slower increase in production rates for the coming period as the industry...
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...
Southwest Airlines is expecting to take delivery of just about half of the number of Boeing MAX it had planned for. The US carrier thinks that Boeing will deliver 66 MAX 8s compared to the 114 that are in the fleet plan, it said on July 28 in the second quarter...
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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