3 Aerospace Firms Trading at Attractive Valuations
We think demand will remain solid for narrow-body aircraft, with Airbus Group, United Technologies, and Safran leading the way.
Chris Higgins: This year marks the start of an unprecedented production increase in narrow-body passenger aircraft like the Airbus A320 and Boeing 737, a category that is a major profit-driver within the commercial aerospace upcycle. Although investor sentiment reflects ever-deepening worries over a possible aerospace downturn, we think demand will remain solid. We've highlighted three firms with economic moats trading at attractive valuations: Airbus Group, United Technologies, and Safran.
Airbus and Boeing will capture 90% of the narrow-body market through 2035 thanks to the introduction of new engines on their A320 and 737 aircraft. However, Boeing's lagging order book means Airbus enjoys an advantage.
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