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8/5/2019 - AIRBUS began manufacturing the A220 in US at Mobile, AL.
8/1/2019 - BOMBARDIER revised its aircraft delivery guidance for 2019 from 180-185 (30 commercial/150-155 business) to 175-180 total aircraft.
7/31/2019 - CVC FUND VII agreed to acquire Southern California-based ONTIC from BBA Aviation for $1.4b.
7/30/2019 - EMBRAER delivered 51 aircraft (26 E-Jets and 25 Executive Jets) in 2Q19 vs 48 (28/20) in 2Q18, and 73 (22 E-Jets/51 Executive Jets) in 1H19 vs 73 (42/31) in 1H18. It has $16.9b backlog.
7/25/2019 - US SENATE confirmed Steve Dickson as Administrator of the FAA.
7/24/2019 - BOEING says, due to the uncertainty of the timing and conditions surrounding return to service of the 737 MAX fleet, new guidance will be issued at a future date. It originally planned to deliver 895-905 aircraft in 2019 (vs 806 in 2018), but had only delivered 239 in 1H19, including 57 737 MAXs.
7/23/2019 - MTU MAINTENANCE secured exclusive V2500 maintenance contract with JetBlue.
7/22/2019 - AMERICAN and QANTAS received final approval from US DOT for their trans-Pacific joint venture.
At the Conference, aircraft and engine manufacturers will present status reports on their programs. Industry experts will offer delivery and retirement forecasts, and review the current economic status of the industry. Maintenance and subcontractor issues will also be addressed.