July 13 - As defence budgets around the world are slashed and airlines struggle with high fuel prices and falling demand, we ask whether the party's over for the world's big planemakers.
Oh my heavens and that the party's over quite for only the second day of the show. We're anticipating that the defense budget downturn in US and Europe say longer term down. -- we expect that you relatively flat market works. Next. On the other hand is growing budget Middle East Asians typically and somewhat offsetting its idiot trying to that it. -- the book too which is huge and so we already have a -- then but some -- -- East sometimes making but I think it was to -- -- probably the biggest tenant we are facing our. Partners have reasserted their commitment to the F 35 and expected to continue this and we have other. Strait cooperation partners. That completely. We are confident that -- Silicon I think we have a duplicate posts. -- some of that essence of the right into the -- that's best for me. Or help us. No question here in Europe the airlines. Have been suffering it's been -- very difficult time but at the same time we do -- markets that are successful. And the good news is that traffic is growing and airlines as a whole this year should be profitable. What's the new line and some key activists and production expenses in the company's -- please -- if -- Those people ordering us to slow down at some point because we're building aircraft as an industry and about less than 12100 aircraft. You Boeing and Airbus -- he'll be under twelve under here we've got in backlog over a thousand so we're looking at six. Seven years with the production running flat out we don't -- anything Mexicans living here.