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(Bloomberg) -- Boeing Co. is working to land its second major deal in Saudi Arabia this year, with the US planemaker in talks to sell at least 150 of its 737 Max jetliners to startup Riyadh Air, according to people familiar with the matter.Most Read from BloombergBiden, McCarthy Forge Debt Deal in Bid to Avert US DefaultTraders Ready to Embrace Riskier Assets After Debt-Cap DealWorld’s Richest Man Throws In Towel on Beverly Hills HotelKey Takeaways From Deal Biden, GOP Sealed to Avert US Default
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(Reuters) -Boeing Co has started delivering reworked 737 jets from inventory to customers after a manufacturing glitch forced a brief halt, the company said on Thursday, adding it will be "disciplined" in setting jet prices during the current boom. The resumption could help the planemaker achieve the goal of 400-450 deliveries of the jet this year, a target closely watched by investors as the company looks to recover from successive crises caused by two fatal crashes and the pandemic. "We still expect the first half of the year to be about 30 per month and the back half of about 40 per month," CFO Brian West said, referring to deliveries, at a conference organized by Wolfe Research.
For example, consider Ford (NYSE: F) and Boeing (NYSE: BA). Both Ford and Boeing, though, are now trying to turn things around, and their efforts could set them up for bull runs in the near future. Shares of the iconic automaker hit a 20-year high as investors bet on CEO Jim Farley to turn it around with a focus on electric vehicles (EVs).
Boeing Co is deploying experienced pilots to airlines that are training their employees to fly Boeing aircraft, as part of a wider push to reduce aviation safety risks after two 737 MAX crashes in 2018 and 2019. In 2022, a total of 125 so-called "flight operations representatives" worked with more than 60 airlines, Boeing officials told reporters in during a media event in Washington. "When there is an operator that is getting a new fleet type, we send them out," said Lacey Pittman, Boeing's vice president of its global aerospace safety initiative.
Lockheed (LMT) is set to provide MK 41 VLS modules and ancillary hardware to support MK 41 VLS production requirements.
Boeing Chief Executive Dave Calhoun on Tuesday said it could take until the end of 2024 to iron out sector-wide supply chain problems that have hampered global jetliner production. "Priority one for the two airplane manufacturers is stability," Calhoun told the Qatar Economic Forum, referring to Boeing and its main European rival Airbus. "We have to resolve the supply chain issues and the surprise associated with it; and we have to resolve it sort of once and for all," Calhoun told the Bloomberg-organised event in Doha.
Textron's (TXT) arm, Textron Aviation, unveils the newest addition to its business jet portfolio, Cessna Citation Ascend.
Qatar Airways CEO says his airline is ramping up its routes to Europe and Africa as well as China, as the country is reopening post Covid. But the airline will wait and see before ordering new planes. The CEO Akbar Al Baker spoke exclusively with Bloomberg's Manus Cranny on the sidelines of the Qatar Economic Forum in Doha. The government of the State of Qatar is the underwriter of the Qatar Economic Forum, powered by Bloomberg.
Embraer (ERJ) signs a $635 million deal with Royal Jordanian Airlines for supplying eight E2 Jets.
Boeing (BA), the largest jet maker in the United States, enjoys a dominant position in the global military aircraft market.
Lockheed (LMT) is set to provide maintenance, additional tooling and equipment for Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile.
Ryanair has inched closer to profit highs last seen by the company in 2018, with the Irish carrier carefully considering the impact of Boeing delivery delays and its ability to grow its passenger numbers in the year ahead.
Ryanair aims to boost profit by 10% this year after almost record earnings for its last financial year, CEO Michael O'Leary said on Monday, and it may do better if rival airlines' "irrationally exuberant" summer fare forecasts are right. Europe's largest airline by passenger numbers said it expects 10% traffic growth this year to more than offset a 1 billion euro ($1.1 billion) fuel bill rise as it posted slightly better than expected post-tax profit of 1.43 billion euros. O'Leary said robust demand showed customers were treating travel as essential this summer and that fares would grow by a double digit percentage.
Key Insights Using the 2 Stage Free Cash Flow to Equity, Boeing fair value estimate is US$341 Current share price of...
Boeing Co said on Wednesday it is rolling out a data modeling tool aimed at helping airlines and policymakers determine the quickest, most efficient path to reducing aviation emissions to zero by 2050. The tool, known as Cascade, allows users to adjust different variables – such as the use of sustainable fuels or electric propulsion, the replacement of older-model aircraft, operational improvements and other advanced technologies – to better understand how those factors could result in decreases to carbon emissions over time. Boeing unveiled a beta version of Cascade in July 2022 but it was not publicly available.
Embraer (ERJ) signs a $5 billion deal with NetJets involving 250 Praetor 500 jets.
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Even as they wrestle with industrial problems preventing the delivery of jets sold before the pandemic, Airbus and Boeing are totting up billions of dollars of new orders stretching beyond 2030 amid a rebound in air travel. From Air India to Ireland's Ryanair and a new national airline in Saudi Arabia, a handful of carriers have placed firm or provisional orders for 700 jets. Turkish Airlines' surprise announcement on Thursday that it plans to order 600 jets in June spells what would be the fourth mega-deal in a few months - upstaging Air India's record order for 470 Airbus and Boeing jetliners.
The CEO of Canadian aerospace supplier Abipa International would not negotiate further when a potential customer recently pressed for additional price cuts on components used in areas like engines and landing gear. That stance by CEO Jean Blondin is one that more and more of his peers in different countries are taking these days. Drawing hard lines can be tough, however, when planemakers offer high order volumes.
Norwegian Air said on Friday it hopes to grow its fleet by up to nine aircraft ahead of next year's holiday travel season in Europe, having had to fly with fewer-than-planned aircraft this year due to delivery problems at Boeing. The budget airline will operate 81 aircraft during its peak months in June-August, having originally hoped to have four more, but the carrier will not replace these with so-called wet leases from other companies. "For 2024 ... we will reach near 90 I hope, providing our friends at Boeing can deliver," CEO Geir Karlsen told Reuters on the sidelines of an earnings presentation.
Turkish Airlines (THY) will order a total of 600 new aircraft in June and they will be delivered within ten years, company chairman Ahmet Bolat said on Thursday. Such an order, if confirmed, would be the largest in the industry's history by a single airline, eclipsing a record order by Air India for 470 Airbus and Boeing planes in December, but his comments took some industry sources and analysts by surprise. Speaking weeks before Turkey is due to host airline leaders from the International Air Transport Association, Bolat said the order would consist of 400 narrow-body aircraft and 200 wide-bodies, adding the fleet would increase to 810 aircraft by 2033.
Embraer's (ERJ) first-quarter revenues improve 53% year over year. The reported figure beats the Zacks Consensus Estimate by 2.2%.
Aerojet Rocketdyne (AJRD) Q1 sales of $566.3 million rise 10.8% from the year-ago quarter's $511.1 million. The top line misses the Zacks Consensus Estimate by 4.8%.