To keep its A320 cash cow healthy well through the end of the decade as competitors emerge, Airbus is poised to pursue a re-engining of its single-aisle program. Airbus CEO Tom Enders says a decision on whether to re-engine will be made this year, but the depth of the aircraft maker’s analysis and views on the competition suggest a replacement of the current-generation CFM56 and IAE V2500 is inevitable. Airbus is in detailed talks on four engine offerings and plans to determine by the ...
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