Boeing says record 2017 deliveries will continue

By Bjorn Fehrm  January 09, 2018, ©. Leeham Co: Boeing announced record airliner deliveries for 2017 of 763 jets today, leading the industry for the 6th year running. Net orders of 912 aircraft gave a Book-to-Bill of 1.2. Airbus,… Read More

Trump decertifies Iran nuke deal, throws Airbus, Boeing orders in doubt

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VLA sector dead, Boeing claims, but Large Wide Body also struggles

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Assessing the 25 YOA aircraft factor

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Assessing the United A350-900 order

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Pontifications: Boeing’s sense of invincibility

Sept. 11, 2017, © Leeham Co.: I can’t help but get the feeling that Boeing feels it’s invincible these days. And why not? Boeing racked up some impressive victories and took some hardline positions in recent months that… Read More

Boeing claims WTO victory; not so fast, claims Airbus

Sept. 3, 2017: Boeing once more claimed a sweeping victory in the endless battle over illegal subsidies at the World Trade organization. Boeing issued a press release today touting a victory at the appellate level in which the… Read More

Potential credit crisis in China would hurt aviation industry

Subscription Required Now open to all readers (11/27/17). Introduction Sept. 4, 2017, © Leeham Co.: China, now the world’s second largest economy, appears to be feeling the strains of its long, explosive growth. The economy is slowing, there… Read More

Worries increase over Middle Eastern airlines

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Mid-year production/delivery update for Boeing

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