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Aircraft brokerage services are also available if you wish to sell your aircraft. Compete between Airbus and Boeing Since the 90s, Airbus and Boeing have been competing as a pair in the large jets segment. This resulted from a succession of fusions within the world' s aviation and space industries, with Airbus starting as a syndicate in Europe and Boeing taking over its former archrival McDonnell Douglas in 1997.

Over the ten years from 2007 to 2016, Airbus won 9,985 orders for 5,644 aircraft and Boeing 8,978 orders for 5,718 aircraft. Both Airbus and Boeing offer a broad portfolio of single-aisle and wide-body aircraft, offering a large number of combination of capacities and cruising distances. In the 90s, both firms investigated the viability of a passenger aircraft bigger than the Boeing 747, which was the biggest aircraft in service at the time.

Decades later Airbus took off a full-length double-deck aircraft, the A380, while Boeing determined that the A380 would not be commercial and instead designed the third 747 series, the Boeing 747-8. The Airbus A380 and Boeing 747-8 are therefore in face of intense global intracontinental pressure. In March 2008, the United States Congress fiercely protested the news that Boeing had dropped a $40 billion refueling aircraft deal to Northrop Grumman and Airbus for the EADS/Northrop Grumman KC-45 with the U.S. Air Force.

49 ] After examining Boeing's protests, the Government Accountability Office determined in favor of Boeing and ordered the USAF to reconfirm the covenant. Later the whole call for aircraft was postponed and then canceled, with a new call in March 2010 as a firm agreement. Airbus took a 50th aircraft in October 2017.

In December 2017, Boeing acknowledged that it was in talks with Embraer about its airline operations. 56 ] Airbus took complete command of the CSeries on 1 July 2018 and changed its name to Airbus A220. On July 5, 2018, Boeing and Embraer jointly launched a $4.75 billion Boeing and Embraer aircraft JV, for which Boeing will be investing $3.8 billion for 80%. Authorization is anticipated by the end of 2019.

The Embraer E-Jet E2 range is in competition with the Cseries. As many of the world's airline companies are fully or partly state-owned, aircraft purchasing is often based on policy rather than trade considerations. The Boeing and Airbus plan to take full benefit of this by outsourcing the manufacture of aircraft parts or subassemblies to strategically important manufacturing locations in order to achieve an overall competitiveness edge.

By introducing progressive technologies in the seventies, Airbus tried to rival the incumbent Boeing. As an example, the Airbus A 300 made the most widespread use of composites in an aircraft of the time and was the first wide-body aircraft with a two-man crews to automate the aircraft engineer's work.

Airbus was the first to implement Airbus robotic fly-by-wire control systems in an Airbus passenger aircraft (A320) in the 1980s. At the same time, however, OEMs tend to buy everything from a supplier and often manage to enter into agreements with Boeing and Airbus to obtain this. A number of well-known aircraft have offered only a glider engine: the Boeing 737-300 from CFM56, the Airbus A340-500 & 600 (Rolls-Royce Trent 500), the Airbus A350 XWB (Rolls-Royce Trent XWB), the Boeing 747-8 (GEnx-2B67) and the Boeing 777-300/200LR/F (General Electric GE90).

The Airbus A380, however, can choose between the Engine Alliance GP7000 or the Rolls-Royce Trent 900, while the Boeing 787 Dreamliner can be equipped with the General Electric GEnx or the Rolls-Royce Trent 1000. The Boeing 747, having dominated the very large aircraft arena for four centuries, now faces a A380 related challenges.

Boeing is now responding by offering the extended and upgraded 747-8 with increased capability, increased refuelling efficiencies and longer outreach. Often delayed Airbus A380 programmes led several clients to cancel their orders in favor of the upgraded 747-8. So far, Boeing has received orders for 78 747-8F and 51 747-8I aircraft with first delivery initially planned for 2011 and 2012, as the 747-8I is only in Lufthansa operation, while Airbus has orders for 318 A380, the first of which went into production in 2007 and shipped a combined 152 to customer base (as at 31 December 2014).

A number of Boeing deployments were followed up and then discontinued, such as the Sonic Cruiser. Boeing's latest renewal aircraft is the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which uses technologies from the Sonic Cruiser series. At first Boeing excluded the possibility of manufacturing a revised 737 to competitively take off with the Airbus A320neo aircraft in 2015, and believed that carriers would rely on the Boeing Y1 and a 30% reduction in consumption instead of pay 10% more for a few per cent increase in use.

Industrial experts assume that the 737's styling makes re-engineering for Boeing significantly more costly than for the Airbus A 320. The Southwest Airlines, using the 737 for their whole 680 fleets (in operation or on order), said they were not willing to spend 20 years or more waiting for a new 737 and were threatening to switch to Airbus.

87 ] Boeing finally yielded to the airlines pressures and in 2011 authorised the 737 MAX to be delivered for the first time in 2017. Boeing needed 42 years and one more month to supply its 10,000 7-series aircraft (October 1958-November 2000), and Airbus 42 years and 5 more months to reach the same landmark (May 1974-October 2016).

88 ] Boeing's shipments in the 80s clearly surpassed those of Airbus. During the 90s, this advantage decreased significantly, but Boeing always stayed one step ahead of Airbus. Airbus took the leadership in narrowbody aircraft in the 2000s. Until 2010, there were only a few differences between Airbus and Boeing, both in the wide-body and narrow-body aircraft as well as in the product ranges.

Former McDonnell Douglas MD-80, MD-90 and MD-11 have been part of Boeing's shipments since the MD/Boeing fusion in August 1997. Harry Stonecipher (then CEO of Boeing) in July 2004 charged Airbus with misusing a 1992 EU/US bi-lateral treaty to provide government assistance for large civilian aircraft. The Airbus receives repayable start-up investments (RLI, USA "Launch Aid") from EU government, the funds being repaid with interest, plus undetermined license fees if the aircraft is a business venture.

Airbus alleges that this system fully complies with the 1992 Accord and WTO rulings. Those mortgages are kept at a minimal interest level corresponding to the costs of taking out State credits plus 0,25 per cent, below the commercial interest level available to Airbus without State aid. 116 ] Airbus maintains that since the signature of the EU-U.

On January 2005, Peter Mandelson and Robert Zoellick, the European Union and United States sales agents, reached agreement on discussions to resolve growing concerns. Airbus. Juli 2018. Boeing. Airbus 2018 Pricelist" (press release). Airbus. January 15, 2018. About Boeing commercial aircraft: Boeing. Listen prices - airliners.

Jan. 2017. 20 February 2017. Returned on January 14, 2018. Boeing. Boeing. ^ "747-8". Boeing. June-2017. In 2016, Air France, Cathay Pacific and Saudia will be closing 747 passenger aircraft in the fleet. January 18, 2016. ä a p "EFW, ST Aerospace and Airbus to introduce the Airbus' Airbus A 320/A 321 P2F cargo refit programme". Airbus. Returned on May 16, 2017.

Boeing. Returned on 13 May 2017. A330P2F Passenger to Freighter". Airbus. Returned on May 16, 2017. ANALYSIS: A320neo vs. 737 MAX: Airbus is the leader (light) - Part I". 27 January 2016. Boeing positions itself to reduce the divide in markets. Addison Schonland (July 10, 2017). Orders and deliveries page".

Boeing. 31 May 2017. Returned on June 14, 2017. Order & Delivery Viewer". Airbus. Archives from the originals on 30 December 2012. Returned on May 6, 2017. History orders and supplies 1974-2009. January 2010. Archives from the Genuine (Microsoft Excel) on December 23, 2010. Returned on December 10, 2012.

Historical Deliveries. Boeing. Dec. 2015. Returned on February 5, 2016. Jens Flottau (9 February 2018). "and Boeing are considering a higher production of narrow bodies." Alex Derber (29 August 2018). David Kaminski Morrow (November 6, 2017). Airbus and Boeing are directly linked in the wide-body aircraft sector". February 6, 2018. Arian Schofield (17 May 2018).

"Airbus, Boeing Size Asia-Pacific Carrier Opportunities". August 11, 2018. Returned on September 12, 2018. Boeing, partner expects them to cancel the Super-Jet trial. Returned on December 30, 2011. Boeing 747-8 Family History. Bounced 2011-05-21. Virgin Atlantic disappointed". December 13, 2007. Archives from the originals on 15 December 2007. Brought back on December 13, 2007.

Returned on November 22, 2012. As Clark points out, "the quicker you fly[the A380], the more economical it becomes; if you go[Mach] 0. 86, it's better than 0.83. "update of the A380: the prospects for a new release and what's connected with it". Bounced 2014-06-29. Press Kit of the Airbus A380 Familiy.

Bounced 2012-02-08. "Is the A380 able to take the group back to heaven? Returned on September 21, 2010. â??The A380 aircraft fleets are expanding as A380s reach the one century markâ?. Airbus, 14 March 2013. British Airways and Emirates will be the first for new long-haul A380". Bounced 2011-05-21. Orders & Shipments.

Returned on November 22, 2015. "Fail Airbus, Boeing boost." Returned on December 30, 2011. "³cAirbus will loose 4.8 billion due to Airbus A480 delays³d, Time, 3 October 2006. "The Airbus Group intends to significantly reduce production of Airbus jumbo jets". Returned on January 13, 2018. "The Airbus cuts down production schedules for the A380." Returned on January 13, 2018. Returned on August 3, 2014.

Bounced 2011-05-21. Returned on January 13, 2018. John McCain is firing at Boeing in excess of the Air Force Air Treaty. Returned on January 14, 2018. Airbus, Bombardier (16 October 2017). "Bombardier and Airbus Announce C-Series Partnership" (Press Release). Boeing and Embraer (21 December 2017). "Embraer and Boeing confirm discussions on possible combinations" (press release).

Airbus presents the A220-100 and A220-300 models" (press release). Airbus. July 10, 2018. Boeing, Embraer (July 5, 2018). "Embraer and Boeing intend to build a strategic aerospace partnership to accelerate global aerospace growth" (press release). Retracted 2010-06-16. Airbus' China Gambling. Returns 2008-11-15. Returned on September 28, 2016. Returns 2008-11-08. Rolling stock and Airbus - how the laggard excelled".

Returned on January 14, 2018. GE In, GE In, Rolls Out as Boeing 777X approval pending". Returned on January 14, 2018. Airbus, supplier burdened by stronger euro". Boeing. Robert Wall & Andrea Rothman (17 January 2013). "The A350 design represents a lower level of design risks than the 787," Airbus says. Returned on January 17, 2013. "Well, Boeing will fix it.

"787 Dreamliners are worth 200 million dollars, but selling for 116 million dollars, but productivity is rising". "The true price of Airbus and Boeing aircraft" (in French). DAVID KAMINSKI-MORROW (24 December 2014). Finnair has signed a letter of intent to purchase and lease back two A350 aircraft" (press release).

Boeing sets its strategic focus on 7 MAX: Sources". Boeing gives United a smoking contract for 737s to prevent bombers from gaining traction". Aircraft Prices List vs. Markets. Chris Bryant (November 13, 2017). "of $1 trillion in orders on hand." Tim Hepher (April 27, 2018).

"The Airbus will keep the secret of aircraft prices a little longer." Ernest S. Arvai (19 January 2018). Boeing supersedes Airbus in Hawaiian, gains 787-9 contract; A330-800 order cancelled by airline". February 20, 2018. "Air Airbus will be losing 4.8 billion to Airbus due to Airbus A 380 delays". Bounced 2013-02-16. How Airbus got from zero to 10,000.

Orders & Shipments. Bounced 2018-01-15. The Boeing Company. Bounced 2014-02-06. Boeing. Orders & Supplies. It'?s my birthday, Airbus. Returned on January 14, 2018. Returned on January 14, 2018. Returned on January 14, 2018. Returned on January 14, 2018. Bounced 2014-02-06. Returned on January 14, 2018. Returned on January 14, 2018. Returned on January 14, 2018.

Returned on January 13, 2018. Returned on January 13, 2018. Returned on January 13, 2018. August 14, 2017. Returned on January 13, 2018. August 14, 2017. J. Kasper Oestergaard (26 January 2018). "The Boeing wins by deliveries as Airbus receives the order in Wild Year-End Finish". Do not let Boeing close the door to competition" (PDF).

Bounced 2011-01-09. "The trade conflict threatens with a 379 million pound grant to Airbus". Archives from the orginal from 14. January 2006. Brought back on October 22, 2014. The Boeing and Airbus". Brought back on October 22, 2014. EADS Military Air Systems Website, accessed 3 September 2009. Bounced 2011-05-21. EU and US to compete in WTO aircraft dispute".

Retracted 2010-01-02. "The US accuses Britain of fuelling the trading series with a £340 million Airbus loan". The WTO says that Europe wrongly subsidizes Airbus, Boeing's competitor. Retracted 2010-06-16. The EU asserts win in WTO case against Boeing". Freedman, Jennifer M. "WTO says the US has given at least $5.3 billion in illicit assistance to Boeing.

Bounced 2011-05-21. The WTO Airbus decision gives both sides hope of victory". Bounced 2011-05-21. "The WTO makes miscellaneous decisions on the appointment of Airbus." Bounced 2011-05-21. Bounced 2011-05-21. Bounced 2011-05-21. Airbus meets WTO commitments". ^ "European Communities - Measures to affect trade in large civil aircraft". Sweeping Loss for Boeing in WTO Appeal".

Bounced 2014-02-06. United States - Measures to influence trade in large civil aircraft - second complaint". WTO Boeing case: Bounced back 2012-09-28. Airbus. Bounced back 2012-09-28. Returned on January 13, 2018. Jon Ostrower (10 December 2013). "for the biggest taxpayer relief." Boeing relief from Washington State taxes are unlawful, Europe is suing". imcclatchydc.

Dominican Gates (February 10, 2018). February 14, 2018. 15 May 2018. Bryce Bashuk and Benjamin D. Katz (28 May 2018). "The US should open the door to talks with the EU on the Airbus regime".

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