There’s an interesting point/counter-point right at the top of this article. Bloomberg News quotes Bank of America and Airbus gives a direct response: “We’re not launching a new product in the current environment.” That puts A220-500 launch in 2023 neatly to bed. Airbus has its hands full barely delivering the A220 as it is today and a supply chain struggling to ramp. The debate over true transcon capability for the -500 rolls on, while Pratt & Whitney’s focus remains firmly anchored on GTF reliability. Paris 2025, perhaps? -J.O.
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