Despite weak sales in 1995, Airbus Industrie is scheduled to deliver an increased number of commercial transports during the next 12 months. In 1996, the European consortium is planning to deliver 137 aircraft, up from 123 in 1994. Deliveries are scheduled to include 15 220-260-seat A300-600/A310s, 81 124-185-seat A319/ A320/A321s and 41 256-335-seat A330/A340s. In 1995, despite a slightly reduced combined production rate, Airbus' sales were $9.6 billion, up from $ 8.5 billion ...
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