Eric Trappier, Chairman and CEO of Dassault Aviation, provided an update at EBACE in Geneva. He spoke about the impact of the war in Ukraine as well as the impacts of the global pandemic. “We are finally back to an almost normal situation, at least close enough to...
Thomas Jaeger (ch-Aviation) and I talk about the state of the airline industry – labor (especially pilot) shortages, parts shortages, and supply chain glitches. All coming at a time when traffic has roared...
Six months ago, last October, the headlines spoke of Airbus resisting pressure from lessors and engine manufacturers that would have it cut planned production rates. Airbus currently plans to increase A320neo family production to 64 per month in the second quarter...
Airbus will decide on a further ramp-up of production of the A320neo-family by the middle of this year. The decision to go to rate 65 per month from the middle of 2023 was taken last year, but it’s now an increase to rate 70 or 75 that is on the table, CEO Guillaume...
Difficulties in the supply chain are holding up deliveries at Airbus, notably that of the A320neo family. But these issues are not systemic and are not having an effect on the planned production ramp-up, President and CEO Guillaume Faury said during the Q3 results...
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