Gulf airlines warn Boeing and Airbus over fulfilment of orders

Issue 1127 - 03 Jun 2021

Gulf airlines and the world’s two main plane-makers Airbus and The Boeing Company find themselves increasingly at odds over the terms of new deliveries, in a sign of the continued pressures facing the aviation sector. While the Gulf market has been a lucrative one for the two manufacturers in recent decades – as new low-cost airlines emerged and the major carriers refreshed and expanded their fleets – the coronavirus pandemic and a slow recovery is leading to orders being cancelled or deferred – and mysterious disputes emerging.

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