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Mon, Jun 4 2018

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Boeing ties up with Safran to push into aircraft services business

Planemaker Boeing Co will partner with French aerospace firm Safran SA to make and service aircraft auxiliary power units as it uses some its profit from record jet sales to push into other lucrative aerospace segments.

Boeing ties up with Safran to push into aircraft services business

Planemaker Boeing Co will partner with French aerospace firm Safran SA to make and service aircraft auxiliary power units as it uses some its profit from record jet sales to push into other lucrative aerospace segments.

UPDATE 1-Boeing ties up with Safran to push into aircraft services business

June 4 Planemaker Boeing Co will partner with French aerospace firm Safran SA to make and service aircraft auxiliary power units as it uses some its profit from record jet sales to push into other lucrative aerospace segments.

Boeing, Safran form venture to make auxiliary aircraft engines

June 4 Planemaker Boeing Co and French aerospace firm Safran SA will join forces to make and service auxiliary power units (APUs), used to start aircraft engines and run other aircraft systems.

Aerospace group Safran sticks to LEAP engine targets, no 'bad surprises' at Zodiac

PARIS French aerospace firm Safran is sticking to production targets for the LEAP jet engine, but is still unwilling to back proposals for higher output from Airbus and Boeing until it is convinced its own suppliers can keep up, its chief executive said on Wednesday.

Aerospace group Safran sticks to LEAP engine targets, no 'bad surprises' at Zodiac

PARIS French aerospace firm Safran is sticking to production targets for the LEAP jet engine, but is still unwilling to back proposals for higher output from Airbus and Boeing until it is convinced its own suppliers can keep up, its chief executive said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 1-Aerospace group Safran sticks to LEAP engine targets, no 'bad surprises' at Zodiac

PARIS, May 30 French aerospace firm Safran is sticking to production targets for the LEAP jet engine, but is still unwilling to back proposals for higher output from Airbus and Boeing until it is convinced its own suppliers can keep up, its chief executive said on Wednesday.

Safran repeats LEAP engine targets, says no 'bad surprises' at Zodiac

PARIS, May 30 The head of France's Safran on Wednesday reaffirmed production targets for the LEAP aircraft engine co-produced with General Electric and predicted the engine that it replaces, the CFM56, would also stay in production through 2020.

Safran says higher first-quarter revenue bolsters full-year targets

PARIS Safran said on Wednesday it expected to reach the high end of its full-year targets after posting a 12 percent rise in first-quarter revenues, and said it had not discovered any surprises since taking over Zodiac Aerospace in March.

UPDATE 1-Airbus confirms plans to raise A320 output to 63 a month

PARIS, April 25 Airbus plans to increase production of single-aisle A320-family aircraft to 63 a month, a company spokesman said.

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