GE, CFM are runaway winners in record order year, but Pratt and Rolls share spoils
Riding a wave of record-breaking airliner orders that are continuing well into the tail end of 2011, engine makers are looking for a sustained period of solid production into 2013 and beyond. Although the boom year has been dominated by the surge in midsize engine orders tied to the newly launched Airbus A320NEO and Boeing 737 MAX families, a large proportion of the order value is still tied to the healthy demand for larger-thrust engines. Many of the major deals include ...
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