Three Points: Airbus supplier reintegration, 737 Max grounding grounding, a swift U.S. refleeting

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  • Airbus is bringing its biggest aerostructures suppliers home as part of a far-reaching strategy to deeply integrate both its design and supply chain architecture together for future aircraft.
  • A batch of more than 100 recently-delivered Boeing 737 Max aircraft remain grounded following a design change that inadvertently interrupted safe electrical discharge inside areas of the flight deck. The Air Current has details on Boeing’s proposed fix and where the problem originated.
  • Since the start of the pandemic the U.S. has led new aircraft ordering globally by a large margin. The wave of recent aircraft purchases is both a strategic bellwether and signal of U.S. industry trajectory.
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