If the Covid-19 crisis put a stop to air transport and, by repercussion, to the demand for services, this market nonetheless remains a promising growth driver.
The crisis has given rise to new needs and encourages us to accelerate the digitization of our service offering, whether in pilot training, predictive maintenance, on-board connectivity ... All these services are a source of savings , improved fleet efficiency and reduced pollutant emissions
, ”says Klaus Roewe, director of Airbus Services.
Services are becoming the new battleground for Airbus and Boeing.
In its latest study, the American giant estimates that commercial aviation services should generate $ 1.7 trillion in revenue by 2030. While the sale of new aircraft should represent revenue of $ 3200 billion dollars over the period.
However, in the field of services, Airbus is behind schedule.
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