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    eli
    Ordering is one thing, taking delivery is another! if we're headed into recession globaly a lot of deliveries for those orders will be halted as people fly less due to higher fare prices(higher jet fuel prices) Boeing is currently holding orders for Chinese Airlines that are not taking delivery because of the geopolitical sanctions with the US. just saying!
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    eastriverbridge
    China lifting the quarantine will have a significant impact on not just Chinese airlines but on all other Asian airlines who are Airbus customers. Should see a good pick up in deliveries and orders in the second half.
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    aby
    6/23: 2 billion euro of subsides by the Spaniards for 20 Typhoons. Not a euro spike in the share price of Airbus or Rolls Royce (engine supplier). If it was Boeing, this would had spiked up 3%.
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    eastriverbridge
    Air India is close to signing an agreement for an order of 50 Airbus A350-900 aircraft.
    Additionally, the airline is also in talks to order more than 100 A321 neo
    The airline on Wednesday asked its pilots to prepare for training on the aircraft.
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    Edward
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    eastriverbridge
    Airbus delivered 47 planes in May.
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    eastriverbridge
    Airbus lost a bundle a short few years ago at the start of the pandemic. A lesson they learned was that when the bad times come is when you need cash. Now that the money is rolling back in they have announced they are building a ten billion euro cash reserve as insurance. Also gives them the wherewithal to respond to potential competitors with new designs.
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    Joe
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    aby
    6/10: About a month ago, A350-1000 loaded up with extra gas tanks few to Australia and made a deal for 12 planes. In the May 2022 Order and delivery report issued by Airbus, why are those 12 planes not listed under "Qantas Airways"?
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    samirb
    hope that these opportunities will be close positively which should to interesting increase of the stock value we are now speaking of two years of slow increases
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    aby
    6/22: The german airshow is this week, and next month is the one in UK. Hopefully the frenchman can land some major contracts in its turf. God knows they are not going to hit 720 this year in the civil aerospace sector.
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    aby
    5/28: I think Airbus is going to lay an egg in the 2nd q 2022 earnings filings. Never in their history has airbus delivered 18% jump year over year on civil airplane output, and I am a fanboy of the Frenchman.

    All the Tier 1 vendors are talking about headwinds, that will eventually hit, the last stop of the supply chain: Airbus. I just don't see monthly deliveries ramping up, as it did in the 1st q 2022, compared to previous year. Yes, the wide body sales are marginally improving, and A350 is a cash cow.

    Airbus A321xlr is supposed to have its maiden flight on June 2022. The concept is simple, add more gas tanks (like you see on the beds of modified pick-up trucks) and the range is increased. Why Boeing hasn't gone that route with the 737? What is FAA's response to this design, although ESA is the ultimate authority on this matter.
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    aby
    5/6: What happened in the 1Q 2022 earning webcast? The frenchman was obviously distressed. Today near lunch time, someone bought or sold 1.5 million shares of EASDY. What was it?
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    eastriverbridge
    Qantas and Airbus struck a deal for about $4 billion that could lead to the longest nonstop commercial air route: 20 hours from Sydney to London.
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    aby
    5/14: 4th Airbus A350-1000 getting scrapped off the runway. This time they have given up on even placing the endcaps over the nacelles.

    So far, 2 A350-900 for the Russian, and 4, A350-1000 to Qatar, fully built but not delivered because of sanctions and lawsuits. That's the stuff in public. God knows what's going on behind the scenes with the Covid 19 inventory.

    Sooner than later, there will be a large fire sale of the wide bodies, as Boeing is allowed to unload the 4 to 6 year old 787's and 777's. You can't keep holding on to the inventory, hoping for a gradual drawdown.
    [Airbus Factory] Toulouse AIRBUS A350 and A320Neo compilation, Apr 2022
    www.youtube.com
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    Hairy
    Few years ago Airbus began sourcing their paint from China to lower costs and that's why paintings has had so many problems, not just Qatar but almost anybody who flew in warm climates.

    At this point admitting their error could potentially put whole company in similar deathspiral alá Boeing.
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    carnall
    I am staying far away from AIR.PA - It looks like it is going to drop off a cliff. I actually get way better stocks at (http://Themaxgains.tech)
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    eastriverbridge
    1Q operating profit = 1.26 Billion EUROS
    Raising A320 production to 75/mo.
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    Jeff
    Boeing will have a huge swath of growth and could be stock of the year. TSA travel is exceeding all time highs this week. Mass travel means more airplanes, and only 2 make them.
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    aby
    4/26: The EUR/USD currency is just depressing. Euro lost 14% in value, which has a compounding impact on EADSY/F.

    When Airbus reports the 1st quarter revenue in Euro, I expect it to be off the chart in the range of 14 billion.

    When ECB finally decides to raise interest rates, should we expect evaluation contraction, as investors transition out of stocks?

    GE the partner of Safran (CFM) and Tier 1 engine supplier to Airbus is going to major corporate re-shuffle.