I don't have comparable 1st Half numbers but in annual terms 42.1% is GE's lowest share since I started keeping records (5 1/2 years ago) and 41.1% is RR's best.
With the larger share of the 787 (so far! ) and with exclusivity on the 747, GE should assume a strong lead over the next year or two. But it will be interesting to see what happens when the A350 comes on line.
Also, to be fair, the RR numbers include (and always will) the T900 for the A380 whereas GE's share of the EA GP7200 doesn't appear in their total.
Quoting lightsaber (Reply 1): With the 788 deliveries due to finally happen at the end of the year, RR could pull into the widebody lead!
Actually, for the first five months of the year RR were in the lead but GE had a very strong June. Particularly interesting is that the Trent 700 was outdelivering the GE90 until June!
While I'm here, two more snippets.
Emirates took delivery of just one plane in the first six months of 2011 - a 777-300ER.
Turkish Airlines took delivery of NINE! Five x 777-300ER, 3 x A330-300, 1 x A330F. That means that TK have added nineteen widebodies in the past eighteen months: 10 x 77W, 7 x A333 and 2 x A33F.
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Quoting PM (Reply 2): Emirates took delivery of just one plane in the first six months of 2011 - a 777-300ER.
They have a reputation to uphold.
IIRC, they should only have 77Ws and A388s delivered in 2011 and 2012. Do you know when EK is scheduled to receive their first A350?
Quoting PM (Reply 2): Turkish Airlines took delivery of NINE! Five x 777-300ER, 3 x A330-300, 1 x A330F. That means that TK have added nineteen widebodies in the past eighteen months: 10 x 77W, 7 x A333 and 2 x A33F.
Who's the juggernaut now?!
Wow... From wikipedia:" In 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 THY carried 17 million, 19.7 million, 22.5 million, 25.1 million and 29 million passengers with total revenues of US $2.23, US $3.0, US $4.5, US $4 and US $5.6 billion, respectively." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkish_Airlines
One area with Major issues: Austalia (too far for good economics with today's aircraft).
I'd be very curious to know why their route network lacks IAH and SFO... Or are those 'growth opportunities' just waiting on new aircraft? I wonder if Turkish airlines will order the A380? Not this year... but say in 2013...
I do see issues with land area for growth at IST. Not short term, but eventually. (A classy kind of problem to have.)
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