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April 4, 2014
06:43 EDTDAL, BA, EADSYDelta looking for offers from Boeing, Airbus for new jets, WSJ reports
Delta Air Lines (DAL) is looking to buying up to 50 widebody jetliners to replace its long-haul aircraft, reports the Wall Street Journal. Delta may be seeking offers from Boeing (BA) and Airbus (EADSY) for the jets that would sit between 250 and 380 passengers. Reference Link
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July 14, 2014
08:05 EDTBAParker Aerospace partners with Rolls-Royce to support engines
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07:45 EDTBABoeing anticipates F/A-18 fighter jets lasting through 2017, Reuters says
Boeing said it is projecting that it could continue manufacturing its F/A-18 and EA-18G fighter jets in St. Louis through the end of 2017, which is a year longer than anticipated, if Congress approved additional orders for 12 more aircrafts, according to Reuters, citing comments from president and CEO of Boeing Defense, Space & Security, Chris Chadwick. Chadwick said the firm was in talks with the U.S. Navy about overhauling the production schedule for jets already ordered, but noted that no final decisions have been made at the moment. Reference Link
07:40 EDTBA, EADSYBoeing aims for 737 higher-capacity model, Reuters says
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07:32 EDTEADSYAerCap exercises options to purchase fifty A320neo aircraft from Airbus
AerCap (AER) announced that it has exercised options to purchase 50 A320neo family aircraft from Airbus (EADSY). This transaction will bring AerCap's firm orders for A320neo family aircraft to a total of 200. Deliveries are expected to commence in 2015.
07:04 EDTEADSYAlcoa announces $1.1B supply agreement with Pratt & Whitney
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06:50 EDTBA, EADSYAirbus launches A330-800neo, A330-900neo
Airbus (EADSY) announced the A330-800neo and A330-900neo launched in July will reduce fuel consumption by a further 14% per seat compared with today’s A330. The company said that the A330neo will not only match the cash operating costs per seat of Boeing's (BA) 787, but also surpass it on direct operating costs per seat, and do so while offering an inch greater seat-width in economy class. The A330neo incorporates latest generation Rolls-Royce (RYCEY) Trent 7000 engines with a larger 112” diameter fan for a 10:1 bypass ratio, more seats and new cabin features. First deliveries of the newest A330 family members are scheduled to start in 4Q17. Reference Link
06:39 EDTEADSYAirbus debuts overhauled A330 jet at airshow, Reuters says
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06:37 EDTBABoeing selected as preferred bidder for Monarch Airlines fleet replacement
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06:36 EDTBA, EADSYBoeing 'comfortable' with range amid Airbus overhaul plan, Reuters says
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06:29 EDTEADSYBritish Airways owner issues order for 20 A320neo planes, Reuters says
British Airways (BAIRY) owner IAG issued an order for 20 Airbus (EADSY) 320neo jets, an agreement valued at well over $1B at list prices, and which occurred on first day of the Farnborough Airshow, according to Reuters, citing a statement from IAG. Reference Link
05:53 EDTBABoeing expands product lineup with 200-seat 737 Max 8
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05:50 EDTBABoeing selects TRU Simulation for FFA supply
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05:30 EDTEADSYUTC Aerospace selected by Airbus to provide wheels, brakes for A320neo facility
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July 13, 2014
17:29 EDTBABoeing looks cheaper than usual, Barron's says
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15:31 EDTBABoeing 787 reliability rate still below expectations, WSJ says
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12:56 EDTEADSYUTC Aerospace selected by Airbus for long-term maintenance pact
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12:51 EDTBAUTC Aerospace selected by Boeing for wheels, brakes on 737 MAX
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11:40 EDTEADSYAmerican selects CFM engine to power A320 in order valued $2.6B
American Airlines (AAL) has selected CFM International’s advanced LEAP-1A engine to power its new fleet of 100 Airbus (EADSY) A320neo family aircraft. CFM values the engine order at $2.6B U.S. at list price. The aircraft order was originally announced in July 2011 and American will begin taking delivery in 2017. American also has orders for LEAP-1B engines to power 100 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, which are also scheduled to be delivered beginning in 2017. American has been a CFM customer since 1996 and the airline’s fleet includes 375 Airbus A320 Family and Boeing 737 aircraft powered by CFM56 engines. CFM International is a 50/50 joint company between Safran and General Electric (GE).
July 12, 2014
18:08 EDTEADSYeasyJet said to choose GE-Safran engine for Airbus jets, WSJ says
easyJet (ESYJY) is set to order engines from a partnership of General Electric (GE) and France's Safran to power 100 Airbus Group (EADSY) NV A320neo jets, says the Wall Street Journal. According to the WSJ report United Technologies (UTX) unit Pratt & Whitney was also aggressively competing for the order. Reference Link
16:35 EDTBASikorsky, Boeing selected to develop ‘Digital Backbone’ for Future Vertical Lift
Boeing (BA) and Sikorsky Aircraft, a subsidiary of United Technologies (UTX) have been selected to help develop the Joint Common Architecture, JCA, standard for the U.S. Army’s Joint Multi-Role, JMR, Science and Technology program, an element of the Future Vertical Lift, FVL, initiative. The Technology Investment Agreement was awarded by the U.S. Army Aviation Applied Technology Directorate on June 30.
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