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Engine watch

Engine watch

Who's winning the dog fight for market supremacy?

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See where engine rivals CFM and Pratt & Whitney go head to head in global reach by comparing operator, engine selection and location of the A320neo
About the project
The A320neo is proving to be a success with 736 (03/10/19) of aircraft in-service and 3101 (03/10/19) on-order. Entering into the market in 2016 with launch customer Lufthansa, it is fast becoming a workhorse aircraft for airlines around the world.
    Looking at the engine orders across the world, it is evident that CFM’s LEAP-1A continues to be dominant and will be in a commanding position for the few years. However, Pratt & Whitney still have chance to close the gap by winning the remaining unannounced orders.
      The two aircraft engine makers have successfully accelerated production in 2019 though they are still battling with supply-chain stress and initial entry into service issues.
        Expert video
        In this related video, Lionel Olonga, Aviation Analyst, provides an update on the current firm orders for the A320neo program and explores the current engine market share between CFM’s LEAP-1A and Pratt & Whitney GTF engine.
        About the data
        Cirium’s fleets database consists of over 390,000 in-service, on-order, in-storage and LoI aircraft records. In addition, it provides details on aircraft owner, manager and operator by MSN or Reg. The power of these data points in combination with engine type and hours and cycles figures provides Cirium’s fleets customers with a comprehensive view of the global fleet.
          Accelerate your business strategy with fleets and market insights
          Cirium fleets and market insights
          Access over 390,000 aircraft records, researched by a team of 45 aviation data experts.
          • Understand the global fleet with In-Service, On-Order and Storage figures by operator, owner and manager
          • Analyze the utilization of airframes with hours and cycles figures by individual MSN
          • Predict aftermarket demand by accessing MRO contract data and lease end dates
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