Airbus wins $5.1B in orders from low cost Mexican carrier


VivaAerobus orders 52 Airbus (EADSF) A320 jets.

The $5.1B deal marks the latest defection for Boeing (BA) and comes just two weeks after the announcement of the JAL deal for 31 A350s.

The first plane is set to be delivered in Q2 2014.

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  • thomas85225
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    Many airlines are not replacing there exist Boeing aircraft, since Boeing CEO James McNerney, and GE CEO Jeff" Immelt are member of the board on The Import-Export Bank, that made better loan to foreign airlines at a lower interest rate
    Delta, and other Airline Group have file law suits against The U.S. Export-Import Bank over Air India Loan Guarantees
    http://bloom.bg/19EVNoT-

     

    The list of indictments of Boeing Chairman and CEO W. James McNerney Jr. continues to grow. His administration at Boeing began in 2005 at about the same time as development of the 787 began in earnest. All of the delays and flaws of the project have happened on his watch.
    Will the 787-9 save Boeing Reputation or be the final down fall of The Boeing Company alone with its CEO as report on Fox FBN on 9-13-2013
    Can the Boeing stock holders afford to keep the Boeing managements with their track recorded?
    Can Boeing afford to have a repeat of the 787-8 program with the 787-9 & -10, 737-Max, 777-X, (the export tanker, 737NG) alone with 31 other military program that Boeing has been fine 31 billion dollars
    Boeing is losing the Asia market to Airbus alone with Delta, American airline and Mexican carrier VivaAerobus may order Airbus jets that now orders from Airbus
    British Airways Poised to Dump Boeing
    JAL has orders from Airbus;
    ANA is in talk with Airbus,
    Cathay Pacific order from Airbus
    Philippine Airlines order from Airbus
    Singapore Airlines likely to convert orders to A350-900R & -1000
    Vietnam's VietJet order from Boeing and Airbus
    Major Airline Stocks Soar: Should You Sell? - DailyFinance
    http://aol.it/19X48lA
    Given the current stock price of the airlines stock how can the airline afford to buy new aircraft?
    Southwest stock is 14.85, Delta 24.42, United 35.04

     

    How long does it take to pay off a new aircrafts?

     

    Boeing Falls Behind Airbus in Orders and Deliveries - 24/7 Wall St. http://bit.ly/186aO2a

     

    What Boeing does next will determine Boeing Future.
    Boeing may miss the boat if Boeing waits to offer the 737 MAX in 2017 (777-X in 2019 and the 787-10 TBD)

     

    Boeing is laying off its workforce and has sold off its Manufacturing Capabilities to other aircraft companies

     

    40% of Boeing workforce will be retiring over the next five years

     

    Boeing has yet to modernize its factories with automation to meet the world need of 35,000 new aircraft over the next twenty years

     

    Boeing The Current Market Outlook see
    http://bit.ly/149p8n1

     

    Airbus Global Market Forecast 2012-2031 see
    http://bit.ly/11BIrJq

     

    Average Fleet Age for Selected Airlines see
    http://bit.ly/11BIrtb
    Asia and Japan economy has been Recession and in 1997 Boeing not build the double-decker 747-500 and -600

     

    Bombardier C-Series and Airbus is two years ahead of Boeing
    http://bit.ly/17lJUCw

     

    The Boeing product line is out dated the 747 was design in 1961, 737 in 1966, 757 & 767 in 1972, 777 in 1989, 737NG in 1997, 787 in 2003

     

    Boeing has yet to build the Yellowstone aircrafts
    http://bit.ly/WDj0WA

     

    Boeing has the 747-8, 777, 787, and 767 all in the market and the airlines rarely used these aircrafts on domestic route

     

    Boeing is not the only aircraft assembler in the world , Airbus A320, Bombardier CSeries, Comac C919, Irkut MS-21 and Embraer

     

    The irony about the A320, A330, A340, A350, A380 and the Kc-30 they are in production with parts being built in factories once own by Boeing

     

    The 777-X, 787-10 and 737 Max are not

     

    CEO W. James McNerney should be fire over he’s action at The U.S. Export-Import Bank that cost Boeing orders inducing the problems with 747-8 and 787-8 and not build the 777-x and the 737Max sooner
    Jim" McNerney, the CEO got a 27 million bones and Ray Conner got 60,000 share of Boeing stock
    21 Oct 2013, 02:43 PM Reply Like
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