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Why Airbus And Boeing Dominate The Sky



Airbus and Boeing dominate an already under competitive airline manufacturing industry. The duopoly owns the sky by making up 99% of global large aircraft orders and those large plane orders make up more than 90% of the total plane market according to the Teal Group, an aerospace market analysis company (regional jet manufacturers only account for 7% of the airplane market by value).

The duopoly doesn’t have many competitors, but overseas competition is brewing. China’s state-run company, COMAC, is poised to make waves in the aviation manufacturing industry, but some say not for a couple decades.

This is how Airbus and Boeing took over airplane manufacturing.

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Why Airbus And Boeing Dominate The Sky

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Osame Hammadi
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Osame Hammadi

Good video

BoooB
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BoooB

Yeeah… Not gonna put my ass in a chinese aircraft… Ever!

watchthe1369
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watchthe1369

Individual megacorps might pick up supersonic jets for their corporate fleets, but doing it commercially is the same business model as the one for the Concorde. The concorde was born by a complicated cesaerian procedure in the 60's, and was as much a niche aircraft as the a380 has become. Even with the projected volume, a platform that is only accessible to 10% of the market due to fuel costs and other constraints is going to be a marketing coup to even get it off the ground.

Michael Rodeback
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Michael Rodeback

If you're lucky enough to be in the cockpit you already know what type it is. It would be better if an outside visual reference like how the join between the fuselage and the vertical tail differs. And as far as flying being safe, we're not just talking financial costs. We're also talking human cost. Thousands upon thousands of people have died to allow us to learn from our mistakes. The title doesn't work either. This is more history than why this is. There are a couple of other small things they didn't quite get right. Other than that this… Read more »

Franz Isler
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Franz Isler

How Airbus and Boeing took over BIG airplane manufacturing?

Because they enjoy deep foundations in S.T.E.M. academic disciplines. (Europe & N. America have it.)

You can have all the money (and everything else) in the world, (even Political Correctness, as exemplified by CNBC) but without it, AND SHEER HARD MENTAL & PHYSICAL WORK, and it's a guarantee you can't make it!

Now watch out for forthcoming players in the next 2 decades, where PC and sesationalism isn't one bit of a concern.

scarface matt
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scarface matt

nope actually its been 4 years since I've flown on a Boeing and have never flown on an Airbus I almost only fly on the Bombardier Q400 now

webmillions
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webmillions

The skies are the safest they have ever been. I don’t trust riding on any other companies Planes but these . don’t mess with perfection. 🤘🏻🇺🇸❤️

RonJohn63
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RonJohn63

Boing used to own Bombardier, but sold it.

SteveSeiwald
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SteveSeiwald

Lockheed Mar-un? Did this girl go to school?

Nate Frig
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Nate Frig

The thumbnail is the exact same as El Ten Eleven's first album

tecknos africa
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tecknos africa

if I could build commercial airplanes with water landing capability , with vertical landing and ejecting cabin , I would dominate the sky . if these features exited on today's plane , many passengers would have survived the dozen of air crash we've seen this last past 10 years . we landed men on the moon , we miniaturised computers , I don't see why we can't equipe airplanes with such emergency systems

Sandy
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Sandy

we need innovation in the airline industry

Rc 2 Go
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Rc 2 Go

00:08 I flew on embraer last year 😂😂😂

Noel R.
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Noel R.

I like Embraer (?)

1077mikev
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1077mikev

does anyone know the song at 0:00 ?

MadeInJapan
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MadeInJapan

If its Boeing i'm not Going.

Ahmad Nasir
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Ahmad Nasir

Jika tidak terjadi krisis ekonomi 98 , sekarang kita bisa melihat N 250 terbang menguasai langit Indonesia. Tapi tak apa, sekarang kita tunggu N-219, N-2145 dan R-80 karya pak Habibi

Dylan Livingston
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Dylan Livingston

(Talks about Boeing while showing video of a McDonnell Douglas DC-2)

Painter
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Painter

Why is this in my history? I’ve never watched this

Winston Huang
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Winston Huang

canadian aviation is such a tragedy rip avro arrow rip bombardier

Saatana
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Saatana

Chevy and Ford? Todays Chevy and Ford? I would rather walk… (Mechanic)

Brian Mo
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Brian Mo

Wendover Productions: Breathing heavily

Liam S.
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Liam S.

knots per hour? so like Nm/h/h? So Nm/h^2? didnt know my c172 could accelerate that fast.

Visual One Studio
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Visual One Studio

I like Airbus generally speaking, very nice planes. Airbus A380 being my absolute favorite plane! It's so huge it doesn't even feel like a plane and I never once got nervous. The Boeing 787 Dreamliner sucks. Fees like a crowded Indian train. But American Airlines' new Boeings are modern and cool.