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December 2002 to Today
Unlike most other industries, aviation product manufacturers didn't see radical changes in their warranty costs during the recession. Yes, there were plenty of ups and downs, but they tended to be tied to new product cycles rather than to the economy.
November 5, 2010
Aerospace Industry Warranties:
In an industry that puts a premium on safety and reliability, warranty costs rarely stray far from the baseline. And while many aviation companies cope with the double whammy of rising warranty costs and declining sales, some such as Boeing and Gulfstream are actually seeing sales rise and claims fall.
October 1, 2009
Aerospace Warranty Trends:
Unlike the computer and passenger car industries, in the commercial aviation industry the customer-facing brand names and their suppliers share warranty costs much more equitably. Then again, these multi-million-dollar jets and helicopters are hardly consumer products. And since safety and reliability are such top priorities, consistently low warranty costs are to be expected.
April 9, 2009
In the good old days, the airlines and aviation parts manufacturers already swamped by regulatory paperwork had little time for the additional bother of warranty claims. But in an era of falling revenue and rising costs, warranty has suddenly become very important to both operators and their suppliers.
March 2, 2004
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