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January 07, 2022

Safran Group to Hire 12,000 Worldwide

Will This Reverse Their Trend of Downsizing? 

Jet Builder Safran has announced its intent to hire 12,000 more employees around the world by year's end. The recovery of the aerospace economy has been brisk enough that the company's chief executive has signaled a period of significant expansion. Olivier Andries told a French publication the company will soon begin a hiring spree, saying "We are in the process of coming out of the crisis and we've decided to relaunch our hiring, with 12,000 hires planned in 2022, of which 3,000 will be in France." 

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Boeing Clarifies Allegiant Order

Boasting a $5.5 Billion Order On the Books, The 737 MAX Has Drawn Another Airline to the Boeing Side

Boeing announced the specifics of the now inked Allegiant order, said in recent days to be a deal for 50 737 MAX aircraft, with a number of 737 8-200 models that will see the carrier as its launch customer. Allegiant selected the Boeing kit in a turn from their 110-strong fleet of used Airbus aircraft, ostensibly out of the desire for greater fuel economy and cheaper maintenance costs. Their A119s, now long in the tooth, have brought increasing expenses to the ultra low cost carrier, and the move to diversify their fleet with a domestic American manufacturer could prove to be a wise one should supply chain instability continue.

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