Airbus expects to deliver 20 A380s this year after it fell well short of its original target to hand over 18 aircraft in 2009. The company is implementing conclusions drawn from an in-house review to overcome the bottlenecks and systemic flaws that kept it from ramping up production as planned. According to COO Fabrice Brégier, two A380s per month are to be built by mid-year. Airbus has already completed three aircraft that are awaiting delivery in Hamburg. In order to achieve the ...
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