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    Jerry
    What's everyone's take on Qatar Airways suing Airbus for $1.4 billion USD?
    I'm not worried about the A350's not being sold, Air India seems like a likely buyer, if not another airline will make the purchase. What I'm worried about is Airbus loosing hundreds of millions, if not a billion USD in court, which will tank the stock.
    Qatar Airways says cracked paint and exposed copper mesh on the planes pose a safety risk. “The defects cause the aircraft's lightning protection system to be exposed and damaged." QA continues to stress that the safety impact cannot be properly understood until Airbus provides a deeper analysis, which hasn’t been provided from Airbus’s end.
    Trial is set to begin mid-2023.
    What do you all think? Where do you see this lawsuit heading?
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    Biceps Bob
    For Duc Anh and eastriverbridge:

    Delta Orders 100 Boeing 737 Max, meanwhile a measley 12 for the gas guzzling Airbus 220
  • B
    Biceps Bob
    Red again? Boeing is green.
  • D
    Duc Anh
    Airbus expects a drop of deliveries this year from 720 to 700. Meanwhile, Boeing expects a drop in MAX deliveries from 500 to 400. Talking about discrepancies lol.

    Suppliers also said that they don't trust Boeing delivery numbers unrealistic and Boeing as unreliable, while they are confident about Airbus. MAX production is also at about 26 p/m instead of the said 32 p/m this year. This means that it is even more likely that capacity will be given to Airbus instead of Boeing.

    Meanwhile, Boeing reported positive free cash flow, but a drop in cash on hand from 12.6 to 10 billion. They fudged their numbers in Q2 heavily.
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    Duc Anh
    Biceps Bob, stop posting in the Airbus forum if you have nothing of value to add. You should add value to Boeing instead which it is sorely lacking. Literally none of your predictions had come true so far.
  • J
    Jin
    Looks like Boeing was always the winner and will continue to be the winner, although I own both stocks.
  • e
    eastriverbridge
    June deliveries = 58
    1st half = 295

    Russian gas embargo killing Euro economy, and it is not even close to winter yet. Investor pessimism reaching near panic mode.
  • B
    Biceps Bob
    I would rather buy more Boeing, more room for upside.
  • e
    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.
  • a
    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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    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
    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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    aby
    7/26: I am expecting an epic drop on 7/27/2022. Earning miss + reduced outlook of the 2022.
  • e
    eastriverbridge
    All businesses reporting their quarterly earnings are blaming "supply chain problems" for lackluster results. While there is some truth to that I believe there is also a large element of sandbagging going on. Businesses tend to do that during a down cycle in the market.
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    aby
    7/11: Well this Saturday is the 2nd largest airshow of Europe (second to Paris of course). Can this be setting where wide body sales are announced, as its the home turf of Rolls Royce?

    Rolls Royce reminds me of a crack head. Always chasing the next high.
    2021 was electrical jets.
    2022 is the year of the hydrogen power block units.

    I am getting 13.2 billion Euro/USD in revenue for 2q 2022.
  • e
    eastriverbridge
    Airbus delivered 60 last month giving them 297 for the first half year. Need 423 deliveries in the second half to meet 720 goal. Gonna be tough to do given the worsening global economic crisis.
  • e
    eastriverbridge
    Airbus delivered 47 planes in May.
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    Claude
    Why the 7% drop?
  • J
    Joe
    saf.pa
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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"?