Boeing is still suffering the consequences of the veto on the 737 MAX. In particular, the manufacturer has made 258 deliveries of commercial planes during the first seven months, a 38% less than in the same period of 2018, when reaching a total of 417, while the net orders from the american manufacturer have remained in negative territory, with 88 net orders, according to the records of the constructor.
The company has been reduced drastically the number of deliveries of its aircraft since last march, when triggered the greatest crisis in its history by the veto on the 737 MAX, the model that fastest-selling in the history of Boeing, after starring in two serious accidents in just five months.
In particular, in march Boeing was a total of 54 deliveries, 40% less than the 90 units delivered to customers the same month of 2018 ; in April he delivered 23 aircraft (-47%), on may 30 (-55,8%) and July 19 (-51%), reaching the lowest level since November 2008. Boeing expects that the model 737 MAX re-fly "to the beginning of the last quarter" of this year.
So, Boeing closed the first half of the financial year with in a net loss of 793 million of dollars ($714,8 million euros) as a result of the paralysis of the model 737 MAX, after suffering a fall from 66% in the revenues of its division of commercial airplanes in the second quarter.
For its part, Airbus, a european rival of the manufacturer, has made 458 deliveries up to July , 369 of them single-aisle aircraft, while in July it reached the 69 deliveries. As of July 31, taking into account recent orders, deliveries and cancellations, your portfolio pending delivery amounted to 7.198 aircraft commercial s. In 2019 expected to make more than 800 deliveries of commercial aircraft.Quarantine for the 737 MAX
The 737 MAX builds 4.550 pending orders with about 64 airlines throughout the world, but the withdrawal of the air space of the model by regulators air world led to the suspension of the deliveries. The last was held on march 11, a day after the accident in Ethiopia, Aviation Capital Group.
The accident of Ethiopia, left 157 dead, came less than five months after another in Indonesia, operated by Lion Air, in similar circumstances, and which killed 189 people.
When considering the relationship between the two events, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA for its acronym in English), and the Federal Agency of Aviation (FAA), as well as the regulatory air of a score of countries around the world, vetoed the 737 MAX aircraft in the airspace and the airlines were forced to leave land their aircraft.36 airlines affected
There are 387 aircraft of 36 airlines affected by the ban. Among the companies that has most harmed this is the extent of the american Southwest with 31 aircraft 737 MAX, Air Canada, with 24 aircraft in its fleet, American Airlines, also with 24 and United Airlines, with 14; the asian Air China (16), China Eastern Airlines (14), China Southern Airlines (16) and flydubay (14) and the european Norwegian (18) and TUI (15).
Ryanair, which does not yet have this aircraft in its fleet, has commissioned 135 units of Boeing 737 MAX 200, a modified version of the MAX 8, and has options for another 75 units. In Spain To go to Europe, the air division of Globalia, commissioned Boeing to 20 aircraft 737 MAX 8 , whose first deliveries expected in the past month of April.
Publish Date : 19 Ağustos 2019 Pazartesi 20:30
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