Even in light of current financial difficulties, commercialaircraft manufacturers formulate long-term strategies
The recent airline business environment has been characterized by erratic swings in profits, fuel prices and traffic statistics. But even in such tough financial conditions, aircraft manufacturers can find opportunities to lay the foundation for growth in profits and market share. The world airline industry posted a net profit in 2007, for the first year since 2000. Net profitability was achieved largely because U.S. major carriers finally joined the recovery. Previously, their financial ...
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