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Boeing's Profit Rises On Higher Deliveries

Boeing reported a 19 percent rise in fourth-quarter profit, helped by booming demand for commercial aircraft. Boeing's net profit rose to USD$1.47 billion in the quarter from USD$1.23 billion a year earlier. Revenue increased by 3 percent to USD$24.47 billion. The company forecast operating cash flow of more than USD$9 billion for 2015, up from USD$8.86 billion reported for 2014. The company's airliner deliveries rose to 723 in 2014...


Airbus Beat Boeing In 2014 Order Race

Airbus retained the top spot in commercial plane orders by confirming it outsold Boeing last year, after an unprecedented surge of over 400 orders in December. Airbus said on Tuesday that it won 1,456 net orders in 2014, down from 1,503 a year earlier but enough to pass Boeing's total of 1,432. Gross orders totalled 1,796, against 1,550 for Boeing, giving Airbus a 54 percent market share. Airbus delivered 629 aircraft in 2014, up slightly...


Embraer Wins First Indonesia Aircraft Deal

Embraer is supplying its first aircraft to an Indonesian airline as cost-conscious Southeast Asian carriers seek smaller planes to serve the region's second-tier cities more efficiently than large aircraft. Embraer said that Kalstar Aviation, based in Indonesia's Kalimantan province, is leasing two E-195 planes from Ireland's Aldus Aviation. Embraer has nearly 200 commercial planes in service in Asia Pacific with 20 operators. Though...


Airbus Says Priority For A380 Is New Customers

Airbus expects to win more orders for the A380 this year after failing to book any new customers for the superjumbo in 2014. Emirates is the biggest customer for the plane and has said it will order more if Airbus upgrades the aircraft with new engines. But Fabrice Bregier, the head of the plane making unit of Airbus Group, said at a news conference on Tuesday that the priority was to find other customers for the current version. "In the...


Airbus In Talks With Regulator On Ejectable 'Black Boxes'

Airbus has begun talks with European regulator EASA on proposals to make ejectable flight data recorders available on its two largest models, the A380 and the new A350, potentially making them the first commercial planes to use the technology. Airbus said it was also not ruling out expanding the use of ejectable recorders, which combine both voice and data recordings, to new versions of the A330 and A320. The talks with the European...


Avolon Firms Up Order For 15 Airbus A330neos

Avolon, the Dublin-based aircraft leasing company, has firmed up its contract for 15 Airbus A330neo aircraft. Avolon is one of the launch customers of the A330neo after signing an initial commitment in July 2014 at the Farnborough Airshow. (Airwise)  


Airbus Says A350 To Be Profitable By 2019

Airbus expects the A350 to be profitable from 2019 before becoming a prime source of profits, chief executive Fabrice Bregier said. Airbus has firm orders for 780 A350s from about 40 airlines, Bregier said a day after its first delivery of the aircraft to Qatar Airways. "We think (it) will become profitable towards the end of the decade, so towards 2019," Bregier said on RTL radio. "From then, it will be one of the biggest contributors to...


First Airbus A350 Delivery Delayed

First delivery of the new Airbus A350, scheduled for Saturday, December 13, has been postponed and no new date has been set, the plane maker said. "We are working very closely with Qatar Airways to meet our common goal to deliver their first A350 XWB very soon," an Airbus spokesman said. Qatar Airways is the biggest customer for Airbus's new-generation wide-body aircraft. Earlier this year, it delayed taking delivery of its first A380...


Airbus November Order Total 248, Lags Boeing

Airbus sold 248 aircraft in November, with total orders between January and November sitting at 1,328, or 1,031 net orders. Airbus has delivered delivered 554 so far in 2014. November's Airbus sales included a total of 120 A320-family aircraft to three unidentified customers. However CIT Leasing cancelled an order for one of 15 new-generation A350-900s as it finalised an order for 15 upgraded A330neos. Airbus remains behind Boeing in...


Airbus, China Aircraft Leasing Agree USD$10 Bln Order

China Aircraft Leasing has agreed a USD$10.2 billion deal to buy 100 planes from Airbus, subject to shareholder approval. The aircraft will be delivered over the period 2016-2022, and will be funded by bank loans, debt, equity financing and working capital among other means, CALC said in a stock exchange filing. The deal, first announced on November 6, includes 74 A320neos. Hong Kong-based CALC is part of an expanding breed of Chinese...


Design Flaws Led To 787 Battery Fire

A lithium-ion battery that caught fire aboard a parked Boeing 787 in 2013 in Boston had design flaws and should not have been certified by the FAA, the NTSB said on Monday. The National Transportation Safety Board said the battery, manufactured by GS Yuasa, experienced an internal short circuit that led to thermal runaway of the cell. This condition caused flammable materials to be ejected outside the battery's case and resulted in a small...


Rolls-Royce Wins USD$5 Billion Delta Order

Rolls-Royce has won a USD$5 billion contract to supply engines to power 50 new Airbus planes ordered by Delta Air Lines. Rolls-Royce said the order for engines also included the provision of long-term post-delivery services as part of a "TotalCare" support package. The engines ordered are the Trent XWB engines to power 25 Airbus A350s, and Trent 7000 engines to power 25 Airbus A330neo aircraft. Rolls-Royce is the only supplier of engines...


Airbus To Deliver First A350 Mid-December

Airbus aims to deliver the first A350 to launch customer Qatar Airways by mid-December, according to the airline. Gulf News quoted Qatar's chief executive Akbar Al Baker as saying the mid-sized jet would be delivered between December 12 and 15. "Everything is perfect," Al Baker said, according to the newspaper. The A350, Airbus's newest plane and made with a carbon composite fuselage, is a direct competitor to Boeing's composite 787...


Airbus To Build New Beluga Transporter

Airbus will build a new fleet of the outsized cargo planes it uses to transport aircraft sections between its key European factories. The five new aircraft, based on the A330 passenger plane, will replace the current A300-based model, nicknamed Beluga after the bulbous shape of its expanded fuselage. The new Beluga fleet will be ready for use in mid-2019, Airbus said in a statement. It did not disclose the cost. Airbus assembles most of...


Airbus Profits Rise But A400M Problems Resurface

Airbus Group reported a 12 percent rise in nine-month underlying operating profit, led by its commercial aircraft and helicopter divisions. Nine month operating earnings before one-off items rose to EUR€2.6 billion (USD$3.23 billion) as revenue grew 4 percent. In the third quarter, Airbus posted operating profit of EUR€744 million, up 14 percent, on flat sales. However, it warned of a possible accounting impact from production delays in...


Boeing To Develop 737 MAX Replacement By 2030

Boeing has outlined plans to develop a new aircraft, with new engines and likely a composite structure, to replace the 737 MAX by 2030. The aircraft will be slightly larger than the 737 but its shape won't change dramatically from the current fuselage. The push for the new aircraft was being driven by competition from China and elsewhere, chief executive Jim McNerney said. "By 2030 we will have a new airplane," he said, adding there's "a...


Airbus Reaches 1,080 Gross Orders In Jan-Oct

Airbus sold three aircraft in October to bring its total orders for the year so far to 1,080, the European plane maker said. After adjusting for cancellations, which remained unchanged from September at 286 aircraft for the year to date, Airbus posted net orders of 794 aircraft between January and October. Airbus delivered 493 planes in the first 10 months of 2014, including 22 A380s. Over a similar period, between January 1 and October...


Airbus, China Aircraft Leasing Discussing 100-Plane Order

Airbus is in talks with China Aircraft Leasing for a potential USD$9 billion - USD$11 billion order for about 100 A320s, French daily Le Figaro reported. The paper said the Chinese leasing firm would sign a memorandum of understanding with Airbus soon, adding that China Aircraft Leasing wants to build up a fleet of at least 100 aircraft by 2015. An Airbus spokesman declined to comment. In 2012, China Aircraft Leasing committed to buying...


Bombardier Announces Third Quarter Profit

Bombardier Aerospace reported third quarter earnings before interest and taxes of USD$74 million, down from USD$86 million in 2013. Aerospace revenue was USD$2.6 billion out of a total of USD$4.9 billion. The company delivered 71 aircraft in the quarter, compared with 45 in the same period last year. The aerospace division received 76 orders during the quarter, up from 26 in the same period a year earlier, boosted by Macquarie...


Airbus To Launch US Assembly With A321

Airbus plans to start production at its first US factory with the larger A321 instead of the A320 as originally planned, a move that reflects rising demand for the bigger jet. Airbus Americas President Barry Eccleston told an audience in Seattle that the European aircraft maker was switching the plans for the plant in Mobile, Alabama, to accommodate growth in orders for the larger plane. The first one off the line will be the A321ceo, or...


Safran Q3 Revenue Up On Aircraft Demand

Safran's third-quarter revenue rose 6.8 percent to EUR€3.589 billion (USD$4.54 billion), driven by demand for new aircraft. The maker of aero engines, military and security equipment said the commercial aviation market, which has generated record production levels as airlines upgrade their fleets to reduce fuel bills, remained "very active". Safran said it would easily meet 2014 profit forecasts, as aerospace investors put aside recent...


Boeing's Q3 Profit Jumps 18 Percent

Boeing reported an 18 percent increase in quarterly profit and raised its full-year core earnings forecast for the third time, reflecting strong commercial aircraft demand. In the quarter ended September 30, Boeing earned USD$1.36 billion, up from USD$1.16 billion a year earlier. Commercial aircraft operating margins narrowed to 11.2 percent from 11.6 percent, reflecting the effect of deliveries of lower-margin 787 and 747 aircraft,...


Rolls-Royce Warns Again On Profit

Rolls-Royce warned that deteriorating economic conditions meant its profit would not rise next year as previously forecast. Rolls said the market for its main aircraft engine business would strengthen but customers in the oil and gas, mining, construction, industrial and agricultural sectors were canceling or delaying orders. "The economic environment has deteriorated, and it has deteriorated quite quickly," chief executive John Rishton...


Airbus To Cut A330 Production Rate In 2015

Airbus will cut production rates of the A330 to nine a month from 10 in the fourth quarter of 2015 as it switches to an upgraded version of the jet, the A330neo. Airbus launched the A330neo at Britain's Farnborough airshow in July and it is due to enter service in the fourth quarter of 2017. Analysts had expected a production cut to six or eight a month for the A330 over the next couple of years although Airbus has said it would seek to...


China To Buy 70 Airbus A320-Family Jets

Airbus has signed a framework agreement with China's state purchasing agency to supply 70 A320-family jets. The "general terms agreement," signed in Berlin during a visit by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, is for current-generation A320 and A321 models, Airbus chief executive Fabrice Bregier told reporters. A320s are worth USD$94 million to USD$110 million at list prices, valuing the provisional deal at around USD$7 billion. (Reuters)  


Airbus Sets Out Plans To Reduce Dassault Stake

Airbus Group has sketched out the opening steps of a plan to unwind its 46 percent holding in Dassault Aviation, saying it was weighing the possibility of selling a 10 percent stake by placing it with financial institutions. A spokesman said such a move, if it went ahead, would be combined with a further reduction of the company's shareholding by taking part in a share buyback being prepared separately by Dassault. Shareholders in...


Airbus Lags Boeing In First Nine Months

Airbus sold 76 aircraft in September, but ended the first nine months of the year behind Boeing in the number of planes sold and delivered. Airbus sold a net total of 69 aircraft last month after adjusting for the cancellation of seven of the nine A321s ordered by privately owned regional carrier Nile Air at the Dubai Airshow in 2007, according to monthly order figures. It delivered 54 aircraft during September, including four A380s,...


Court Suspends Airbus Insider Trading Trial

The corporate trial involving allegations of insider trading in the shares of Airbus Group was suspended on its first day to allow a higher court to rule on whether the procedure is constitutional. Seven current and former Airbus managers as well as two former industrial shareholders are accused of trying to profit from inside knowledge of problems with aircraft development and a deteriorating financial outlook when they sold shares in...


Airbus Set To Win A350 Certification

Airbus looks set to win European safety certification for the A350 on Tuesday, people familiar with the plans said. The stamp of approval will allow the wide-body airliner to enter service once the first production model has been tested and delivered to launch customer Qatar Airways, which the companies expect to happen in the fourth quarter. The 300-350 seat A350 was developed at an estimated cost of USD$15 billion to compete with the...


Airbus Completes First A320neo Test Flight

Airbus has successfully completed the first test flight of the A320neo. It touched down in Toulouse, southwest France, 27 years after the original A320 first took to the skies. Powered by a new type of jet engine from Pratt & Whitney, the A320neo flew for two hours and 22 minutes, launching a year of flight trials. The same family of aircraft will also offer a competing engine from CFM International, a joint venture between General...


Boeing Beating Airbus On 2014 Orders

Airbus and Boeing both topped 1,000 new jet orders in the first eight months of the year, with Boeing leading the race after adjusting for cancellations. Airbus sold 21 aircraft in August, a traditionally quiet month following the Farnborough Airshow in July, bringing its total gross orders for the year to 1,001 aircraft. In contrast, Boeing booked 107 orders in the same month, bringing total gross orders for the year to 1,004. Adjusting...


Airbus Orders Hit 1,001 This Year

Airbus said that new orders topped 1,000 aircraft in the first eight months of the year as airlines ordered fuel-saving models. Airbus took orders for 21 aircraft in August, a traditionally quiet month following the busy Farnborough Airshow in July, bringing its total gross orders for the year to 1,001 aircraft. Adjusting for cancellations, it reported 722 net orders between January and August. Airbus says the total of 279 cancellations...


Boeing Raises Chinese Aircraft Demand Forecast

Boeing expects China to need more than 6,020 aircraft in the next 20 years, an 8 percent rise over last year's two-decade estimate, as growing overseas leisure travel drives demand. The aircraft maker's new estimate, valued at USD$870 billion, is up from the 5,580 it estimated last year and represents a near tripling of China's current fleet. The country, the world's second-biggest aircraft market, is essential to Boeing's long-term global...


BOC Aviation Orders 80 Boeing 737s

BOC Aviation, the leasing subsidiary of Bank of China, said it has placed an order for 80 Boeing 737s for delivery from 2016 to 2021. The order comprises 50 737 MAX 8 and 30 737-800 aircraft. "Following the successful placement of the 50 Next Generation 737 aircraft that we ordered in 2006, this is a continuation of our commitment to be responsive to airline customers which are expanding or replacing older fleets," said Robert Martin,...


Bombardier Reshuffling Continues, CSeries Still Grounded

Another Bombardier executive has left the company, the latest move following a major restructuring announcement last month involving its aerospace division. Montreal-based Bombardier, which has struggled with long delays and slow orders for its new CSeries airliner, has appointed Ross Mitchell to replace, Philippe Poutissou, who left earlier this week. A spokesman said Mitchell is assuming the role of vice president of business...


ICBC To Double Aircraft Deliveries By 2016

ICBC Financial Leasing, China's biggest domestic aircraft lessor, aims to deliver more than 300 planes to customers by the end of 2016, nearly double current levels, a senior executive said. ICBC's drive into a market still dominated by global players comes as Chinese leasing firms, backed by state lenders, play an increasingly important role in the growing domestic aviation business. Nearly 6,000 new commercial aircraft, worth USD$780...


Boeing May Further Accelerate 737 Production

Boeing has given a further signal that it is getting close to a decision on whether to further accelerate output of the 737, which could lift production to 52 a month. "We continue to see very strong demand," Chief Financial Officer Greg Smith said at an investor conference, speaking about Boeing's commercial airliner business. "In particular on the 737 there is more pressure on the upside, and we will address that in the months to come,"...


Boeing, SAA To Make Jet Fuel From Tobacco

Boeing has teamed up with South African Airways to develop jet fuel from a tobacco plant as part of efforts to cut carbon emissions and promote green energy in Africa's most advanced economy. The jet fuel will be made from a hybrid tobacco plant known as Solaris, which will be produced by alternative jet fuel maker SkyNRG, both companies said in a joint statement on Wednesday. Test farming of the plants, which are nicotine-free, is...


Temperature A Factor In 787 Battery Meltdown

Cold winter temperatures were a factor in the meltdown of a lithium ion battery that caused a Boeing 787 Dreamliner to make an emergency landing in Japan last year, the Asahi newspaper said, citing the conclusions of local investigators. The battery meltdown on the ANA plane prompted authorities to ground the global fleet of 787s for more than three months. It followed an incident less than two weeks earlier at Boston Airport when a...


Airbus Wins 705 Net Orders January-July

Airbus overtook Boeing in unadjusted aircraft orders for 2014 after last month's Farnborough Airshow, but continued to lag its US rival when taking into account cancellations, company data showed on Monday. Airbus won 980 aircraft orders between January and July, with 705 net orders, beating its newly introduced net order target for the year. Airbus has said its haul of orders at Farnborough marked its best ever performance at the UK's...