Economic pundits in southwest France are worried by the conjunction of the strong euro, delays disrupting the A380's production ramp up and the Airbus A350XWB's late launch. Industry officials anticipate that the A350 will restore confidence in the European manufacturer's supply chain. However, because the new long-range twinjet is not scheduled to enter service until 2013 at the earliest, it will not generate substantial workload or revenues in the near term. French suppliers and ...

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