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Boeing vs. Airbus sales at the 2019 airshow.

Old 21st Jun 2019, 13:21
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Smile Boeing vs. Airbus sales at the 2019 airshow.

I was just wondering where I might find the sales tally for the Boeing and Airbus? It seems Airbus was the big winner but by how much?
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Old 21st Jun 2019, 13:46
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Old 21st Jun 2019, 13:56
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Boeing did a lot better than I thought they were going to do, I'm sure both Airbus and Boeing were quite pleased with how many airplanes they managed to sell
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Old 21st Jun 2019, 15:17
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I imagine the majority were done deals some time ago. Very often large sales are kept under wrap and announced at major events such as this for maximum impact publicity.
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Old 22nd Jun 2019, 00:37
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I imagine the majority were done deals some time ago. Very often large sales are kept under wrap and announced at major events such as this for maximum impact publicity.
Depends.

Airbus, Boeing etc. and most of their airline customers are publicly listed companies and they have legal duties to disclose material changes in a timely manner.

In the US there's a quarterly filing requirement (Trump may change this to align with other countries) -- so for Boeing, large sales likely need to be reported within a quarter. Large European companies (including Airbus) tend to produce quarterly reports as well even when not strictly required.
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Old 22nd Jun 2019, 08:51
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Airbus, Boeing etc. and most of their airline customers are publicly listed companies and they have legal duties to disclose material changes in a timely manner.
Er, yes, once officially signed, which is basically what happens just prior to the announcement at a convenient moment for all parties. Do you honestly think that AAL or IAG turn up at the show and make their decision there and then? No, of course not. So what I said stands, thank you.
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Old 22nd Jun 2019, 10:20
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Sales and sales announcements are two different things. Manufacturers stay quiet ahead of big trade shows for a reason.
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Old 23rd Jun 2019, 16:17
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Competition is good to prevent any manufacturer from becoming extremely dominant, Let's see how the chinese end up playing their card in the next 7 years.
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