DUBAI, Nov 21 (Reuters) – Planemakers left Dubai with a
record $200 billion in deals after a desert rainstorm forced
organisers to cancel the last day of its air show – an event
that demonstrated their growing reliance on the Gulf to secure
support for big jets.
A flurry of dealmaking gave Boeing the momentum it needed to
launch its latest aircraft, known as the 777X, with some 250
orders worth $100 billion, as reported by Reuters last week.
DUBAI (Reuters) – Emirates’ whopping order for 50 of the world’s biggest jets should end doubts about the project that had even crept into manufacturer Airbus, the airline’s chief told Reuters, adding it was so sure of filling the planes it might have bought 10 more.
By announcing a $23 billion A380 order at the Dubai Airshow, Emirates turned round the fortunes of a recently slow-selling jet that is synonymous not only with Europe’s industrial ambitions but also the rapid growth of its largest customer.
DUBAI (Reuters) – Airbus and Boeing agreed to triple purchases of parts and materials from Abu Dhabi in deals worth over $5 billion on Monday, as Gulf states seek a reciprocal boost to their economies from huge orders they have placed with the planemakers.
A shift of emphasis on day two of the Dubai Airshow accelerated the growth in aircraft parts manufacturing in countries where demand is strongest and will spread part of the profits generated by $150 billion of brand-new plane orders.
DUBAI, Nov 18 (Reuters) – Top Boeing Co executives
are upbeat about the future of the F/A-18 Super Hornet fighter
jet and see a good chance of winning additional U.S. and
international orders that would keep the production line running
Boeing Chief Executive Jim McNerney told reporters at the
Dubai Airshow it was difficult to predict future orders given
continued uncertainty about the U.S. budget.
DUBAI (Reuters) – It was a security consultant’s nightmare and a moment to savor – royalty, airline bosses, planemakers and press hordes wedged into the same overcrowded room wanting to see the same thing: the color of money in the oil-rich and fast-growing Gulf.
Gulf airlines dropped $100 billion in 15 minutes on the opening day of the Dubai Airshow, as they ordered hundreds of passenger jets to expand a common ambition to turn the region into a global aviation hub.
DUBAI, Nov 17 (Reuters) – Dubai flag carrier Emirates
will buy more Airbus A380 superjumbos, the
airline’s chairman said at the opening of the Dubai Airshow on
Sunday, adding total plane orders would exceed the $18 billion
agreed at the last event in 2011.
The airline is the largest customer of the A380s, with a
current order of 90 jets.
DUBAI (Reuters) – Gulf airlines are set to place orders worth over $100 billion as the Dubai Airshow gets under way on Sunday, industry sources said, led by record investment in a new Boeing jet.
The birth of a revamped successor to Boeing’s 777 jet, with some 250 orders booked or in the pipeline from four airlines, marks a new step in the growth of Gulf airlines and a fierce contest between Boeing and Airbus (EAD.PA: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) for their business.
PARIS (Reuters) – Airbus parent EADS (EAD.PA: Quote, Profile, Research) posted higher profits and raised its forecast for new aircraft orders and deliveries on Thursday but doubts grew over production rates for its flagship A380 as recession softens demand for the world’s biggest jetliner.
Europe’s largest aerospace group posted a 22 percent increase in its underlying nine-month operating profit to 2.3 billion euros ($3.1 billion), in line with market forecasts.
PARIS (Reuters) – Airbus parent EADS (EAD.PA: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) raised its forecast for passenger jet orders and deliveries on Thursday as it posted a 22 percent increase in underlying nine-month operating profit to 2.3 billion euros ($3.1 billion).
Europe’s largest aerospace group said it now expected more than 1,200 commercial jet orders and up to 620 deliveries in 2013, but warned it faced “significant challenges” on cash generation and the development of its new A350 jetliner.
PARIS, Nov 14 (Reuters) – Airbus parent EADS raised
its forecast for passenger jet orders and deliveries on Thursday
as it posted a 22 percent increase in underlying nine-month
operating profit to 2.3 billion euros ($3.1 billion).
Europe’s largest aerospace group said it now expected more
than 1,200 commercial jet orders and up to 620 deliveries in
2013, but warned it faced “significant challenges” on cash
generation and the development of its new A350 jetliner.