Commercial Aviation OEMs Expect Limited Impact From Ukraine Crisis

S7 Boeing 737-8Joe Walker
Russian carrier S7 has ordered Boeing 737-8s, which the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency is now unlikely to recertify soon.
Credit: Joe Walker
Civil aircraft manufacturing must face yet another calamity even as it begins its recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic crisis—the Ukraine war and its extensive ramifications. The war’s impact on the sector can be seen from two different angles. The first is the effectiveness of the sanctions Western...
Thierry Dubois

Thierry Dubois has specialized in aerospace journalism since 1997. An engineer in fluid dynamics from Toulouse-based Enseeiht, he covers the French commercial aviation, defense and space industries. His expertise extends to all things technology in Europe. Thierry is also the editor-in-chief of Aviation Week’s ShowNews. 

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