Aircraft Manufacturers

RECENT NEWS
Forbes  May 14  Comment 
Market indicators have been pointing toward a softening in overall demand for business jets for months, and first-quarter data recently published by the General Aircraft Manufacturers Association (GAMA) confirms as much.
Forbes  Feb 12  Comment 
The fact that year-end worldwide aircraft billing and shipment numbers—officially released Feb. 11 by the General Aircraft Manufacturers Association (GAMA)—were mixed should come as no surprise, as discussed in this space at the end of January.
Forbes  Jan 31  Comment 
The General Aircraft Manufacturers Association (GAMA) will take center stage on Feb. 11 when it presents billing and shipment numbers for 2014. As much as the trade organization would like to report that all segments showed equal strength going...
Insurance Journal  Dec 11  Comment 
The family of a U.S. senator whose son was killed in a plane crash is seeking damages in a lawsuit that alleges negligence against the aircraft’s manufacturers. The Tulsa World reports the suit was filed in Tulsa County District Court. … The...
Forbes  Nov 6  Comment 
The General Aircraft Manufacturers Association (GAMA) recently released the shipment report of general aviation aircraft for the third quarter, and it was generally positive. Coming on the heels of the highly successful National Business Aviation...
The Australian  Oct 7  Comment 
THE world’s largest aircraft manufacturers are at odds over equipping airliners with black boxes that eject in a crash, making them easier to find.
Financial Times  Sep 25  Comment 
Maiden outing comes as aircraft manufacturers are trying to accelerate production schemes
Forbes  Aug 5  Comment 
The general aviation aircraft shipment report is out for the second quarter, and there is reason to be encouraged. Overall airplane shipments increased 4.8 percent, while airplane billings rose 4.6 percent, to $10.9 billion, according to the...
The Hindu Business Line  Jul 9  Comment 
Reason: Longer delivery schedule by aircraft manufacturers
The Australian  Jun 26  Comment 
AIRCRAFT manufacturers are looking closely at 3D printing as a way of reducing the cost and weight of aircraft parts.




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This industry is dominated by Boeing and Airbus. These two giants supply both commercial and military aircraft to corporations and governments all over the word. There are hoever, smaller players that specialize in aircraft such as private jets and helicopters.

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