|Bid||125.08 x 21500|
|Ask||125.12 x 52700|
|Day's range||124.88 - 126.38|
|52-week range||86.53 - 131.24|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||1.66|
|PE ratio (TTM)||27.84|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.80 (1.44%)|
|Ex-dividend date||25 Apr 2023|
|1y target est||137.67|
Embraer (ERJ) signs a $635 million deal with Malaysia's SKS Airways for supplying 10 E195-E2 Jets.
Airbus Helicopters said on Thursday it had won a firm order for 43 aircraft from business aviation operator Air Corporate, marking its largest ever deal in Italy. The world's largest commercial helicopter maker said the order from Verona-based Air Corporate at the EBACE show in Geneva included 40 light single-engine H125/130 and three ACH160, a corporate version of its latest H160 medium model. Airbus Helicopters said in a statement the helicopters would be delivered over coming years for various private and business passenger services as well as utility operations.
PARIS (Reuters) -Airbus is not looking to launch a stretched version of its A220 jetliner in the current environment, the planemaker said on Wednesday, effectively knocking down speculation of a launch at the upcoming Paris Airshow. A larger version of the 110-130-seat small passenger plane has been on the horizon for some time and an Airbus spokesperson reiterated that it was a matter of "when not if". Airbus Chief Executive Guillaume Faury has indicated that resolving recent industrial delays is the planemaker's top priority amid continued pressure on the supply chain.
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Textron's (TXT) arm, Textron Aviation, unveils the newest addition to its business jet portfolio, Cessna Citation Ascend.
The roll out of hydrogen planes in Europe will need €300bn of investment and require a tax on traditional jet fuels, a new study by a clean energy group finds, showing the scale of the challenge for policymakers in driving green aviation. Airbus, the world’s largest plane maker, has said it aims to fly a zero-emissions hydrogen-powered aircraft by 2035 but has cautioned about the pace of development of the necessary infrastructure. The study published by the NGO Transport & Environment on Monday, found that the cost of developing the hydrogen supply chain in Europe would be €299bn between 2025 and 2050, largely made up of the cost of green hydrogen production, liquefaction and distribution.
Embraer (ERJ) signs a $635 million deal with Royal Jordanian Airlines for supplying eight E2 Jets.
Lockheed (LMT) is set to provide program management, software engineering, software engineering transformation and cyber support to develop the Beyond Line-of-Sight F-35 Capability.
None of the Airbus A320neo planes in the Singapore Airlines group with Pratt & Whitney engines are currently grounded over a lack of spares, Leslie Thng, CEO of Scoot, the airline's low-cost subsidiary, said on Wednesday. The engines have been under scrutiny since Go Airlines (India) Ltd filed for bankruptcy protection this month, blaming "faulty" Pratt engines for the grounding of about half its 54 Airbus A320neos. Pratt, part of Raytheon Technologies says the claims are without evidence and divert attention from the airline's financial woes.
Embraer (ERJ) signs a $5 billion deal with NetJets involving 250 Praetor 500 jets.
Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company PJSC – Masdar, one of the world's leading clean energy companies, has signed an agreement with Airbus, the largest aeronautics and space company in Europe and a worldwide leader to support the development and growth of the global sustainable aviation fuel market.
"If I'm back here, and you're back here, then who's flying the plane?" Airbus is seeking to patent tech that uses AI to...
EADSY and RGA made it to the Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy) income stocks list on May 10, 2023.
MANILA (Reuters) -Philippine Airlines will order nine Airbus A350-1000 wide-body aircraft to expand its fleet and route network as air travel recovers from the pandemic, the flag carrier said on Wednesday. The new aircraft will be operated on non-stop services from Manila to North America, its biggest international market, including the east coast of the United States and Canada, the company said. Reuters on Tuesday reported that Philippine Airlines was close to a deal to acquire 10 Airbus planes, in the latest sign of a recovery in the market for wide-body jets, citing sources.
Airbus delivered 54 airplanes in April, bringing its total for the year to 181, down 5% from the same period a year ago but enough to re-establish an industrial lead over U.S. rival Boeing, company data showed on Tuesday. Boeing, which had pulled ahead of Airbus on deliveries amid supply snags in the first quarter, said earlier it had delivered 156 planes and won 154 gross orders in the first four months. Boeing's net orders after cancellations and conversions, which are comparable to Airbus net orders, stood at 69 aircraft so far this year.
The head of planemaker Airbus said on Wednesday U.S. engine maker Pratt & Whitney has been struggling to support its fleet of passenger jets with enough spare parts and engines. CEO Guillaume Faury declined comment on a decision by India's third-largest airline, Go First, to file for bankruptcy, which it blamed on problems with the durability of Pratt & Whitney's GTF engines on its Airbus 320neo jets. Raytheon Technologies unit Pratt & Whitney did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Airbus posted a smaller than expected fall in first quarter core earnings as a strong performance at its helicopters segment helped offset the hit from fewer airplane deliveries and negative currency effects. The world's largest planemaker reaffirmed production and financial targets, but said the introduction of a freighter version of its A350 jetliner would slip by a few months to early 2026 and warned of supply chain disruption throughout the year. "The production ramp-up is difficult for everyone," Chief Executive Guillaume Faury said.
"In recent weeks, we have received additional notices of delay from both Airbus and Boeing for 2023 and 2024 deliveries," Air Lease Chief Executive John Plueger said on an investor call. "One OEM (original equipment manufacturer) has advised us to expect delays compared to originally contracted delivery dates through 2028," Plueger added. Boeing and Airbus did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
PARIS (Reuters) -A French public prosecutor is appealing a court decision which cleared European planemaker Airbus and Air France of "involuntary manslaughter" over a 2009 plane crash. A French court had earlier this month cleared the two companies of the charge relating to the crash, when a plane from Rio de Janeiro to Paris vanished during an Atlantic storm. Families of those who died had sought to establish criminal liability for France's worst air disaster and the trial focused on whether Airbus had reacted too slowly and whether Air France had done enough to ensure its pilots were sufficiently trained.
Nestle is piloting using Airbus satellites to monitor reforestation, amid global concerns about whether consumer goods companies are doing enough to reduce their carbon footprints. Airbus' Pléiades Neo satellites will provide high-resolution images in the Ranong and Chumphon provinces of southern Thailand that will help to ensure trees Nestle has planted in sourcing regions grow long term, the world's biggest food company said. "It's more accurate because you need to go down to 30 centimetres, which is a sheet of paper," Magdi Batato, Executive Vice President, Head of Operations, at Nestle, told Reuters.
PARIS (Reuters) -Airbus has changed the leadership of its A320-family jetliner programme, the profit backbone of the world's largest planemaker, as it faces a steep production ramp-up in the face of industrial pressures, industry sources said on Wednesday. Current programme leader Michael Menking has been appointed head of special projects for the planemaker's core commercial business. Airbus said it does not comment on internal appointments.
Taiwan's Starlux Airlines Co Ltd is pushing Airbus SE to speed up deliveries as it seeks to expand its routes beyond Asia to keep up with booming post-pandemic demand, the carrier's chief executive said. Starlux, Taiwan's newest full-service airline, launched its first flights in 2020 and serves destinations including Tokyo, Bangkok, Macau, Hanoi and Singapore. The all-Airbus operator competes against the island's long-established carriers China Airlines Ltd and Eva Airways Corp, which are expanding and updating their own fleets with Boeing Co 787s.
Airbus said on Wednesday it is open to strategic partnerships with French technology group Atos as long they generate value for customers and shareholders. Chief Executive Guillaume Faury also told shareholders Airbus had not been influenced by any outside entity when deciding not to go ahead with the purchase of a 29.9% stake in Evidian, Atos' soon-to-be spun-off cybersecurity division. In February, fund manager TCI wrote to Airbus asking for a discussion at the next shareholder meeting on the potential partnership with Evidian and setting out a list of questions.
PARIS (Reuters) -Airbus told shareholders on Wednesday that European nations on need to "get their act together" on strategic autonomy and said it stood ready to help shore up Europe's shaky industrial cooperation on defence, but appealed for governments to back promises with factory orders. The chairman of Europe's largest aerospace group, Rene Obermann, told investors last year's invasion of Ukraine by Russia had been a wake-up call. The invasion, which Moscow calls a special operation, has catapulted defence spending higher and rekindled a debate over Europe's dependence on the United States for its security.
PARIS/WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Planemakers have signalled a shift in production strategy to make factories more resilient to recent supply disruptions by adding "surge capacity," even where that means extra cost. Leaders of Airbus and Boeing have both used the term in recent days - which can include expanding factory space and hiring more staff - as the aerospace industry struggles to tame post-COVID disruption now in its fourth year. The move comes as experts warn delays that have seen Airbus reset hundreds of 2024 deliveries could stretch to 2026, though both groups confirmed underlying output goals on Tuesday.