In the latest sign the demand for widebody aircraft is expected to continue to strengthen, Airbus has decided to boost output for its A330s to ten aircraft per month. The marker is to be reached in the second quarter of 2013, just as Airbus also hopes to be ramping up output of its successor aircraft, the A350XWB. The current backlog for A330/A340 aircraft stood at 355 units at the end of January, of which only four were for A340-500s and the rest for different A330 types. Plans now ...
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