Last quote by John Leahy
I think that whether or not Trump would have done this deal had he been president is immaterial. The fact is the deal was done, it looks like the Iranians are honouring the deal, these aren't military aircraft, they're civil aircraft, it improves safety in Iran and both Boeing and Airbus will be creating more jobs, so I believe that the Iranians will honour their commitment and I would think the US will continue going through as they are issuing the licences.
Jan 11 2017
“If you ask me whether I'll be worried about China five years from now, I'd say no, 10 years from now I'd say no. But if you ask me if I'd be worried about China as a competitor 20 years from now I would tell you that China will be one of the big three manufacturers of aircraft 20 years from now.” said John Leahy on this article: Airbus bests Boeing in orders. This page contains 6 articles quoting John Leahy. Main topics on which John Leahy is quoted are US and Iranians. In addition you’ll find 7 quotes there. All these quotes are mentioned on this page and you can filter them by date and by topics.
Quotes by John Leahy
Jan 11 2017
If you ask me whether I'll be worried about China five years from now, I'd say no, 10 years from now I'd say no. But if you ask me if I'd be worried about China as a competitor 20 years from now I would tell you that China will be one of the big three manufacturers of aircraft 20 years from now.
Jan 11 2017
Right now we are overbooked and if I don't get some deferrals someone will be unhappy.
Jun 18 2015
How are we going to double the amount of traffic in 15 years if all we can do is double the number of aircraft? You can't do that. We need larger aircraft. it just so happens the A380 is a larger aircraft that people prefer to fly in. It's quieter, smoother, with bigger seats, burns less fuel per passenger for each one of its trips and has less impact on the environment.
Jun 15 2015
Over the next twenty years, this market will grow dramatically. It will more than double. In fact, it will double in fifteen years. We will need about 32,600 new aircraft, that's worth 4.9 trillion US dollars. This is definitely a growth market.
Sep 19 2011
Some airlines are bracing for a slowdown in business traffic, even in Asia, but all we are talking about is a softening in the growth rate. The recovery in the aviation industry perhaps overreached its trend a little bit and we will see a bit of a slowdown or flat period, but by 2012 we will end up in the same place as we would have been. This is a real growth story.
Jul 18 2008
This continues to be a strong year for aircraft sales, despite the fact that there are record fuel prices, despite the fact that there are airlines that – with these fuel prices – are losing money. The reason for that is because they have to replace the old aircraft. Today there are about 16,000 aircraft flying around the world with 100 seats and above and 3,000 of them are old technology aircraft, burning a lot of fuel, they're over 20 years of age. The airlines rapidly need to replace those, with fuel over $140 dollars a barrel.
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