The aerospace industry could never have predicted the crisis that has unfolded this year. With airlines grounded and international travel restrictions only now beginning to lift slightly, demand for replacement aircraft has plummeted and could take several years to recover.
Accessing and organising data, which is both reliable and capable of delivering valuable business insights, is a constant challenge for high-value manufacturers.
Paul Adams, head of aerospace, defence and security has been asked to contribute to both Supply Management’s and the Financial Times latest article on the Boeing 737 Max.
Boeing’s decision to ramp down the production of its popular 737 Max model has already had a significant impact on its revenues.
Rolls-Royce’s chief executive Warren East was today unable to predict when he will draw a line under a long-running engine problem which has grounded hundreds of passenger jets.