Airbus is projected to reach a new delivery record this year. An order intake to sustain a positive book-to-bill ratio is the strongest signal, yet, that the European commercial aircraft maker has put the global economic crisis firmly behind it. In reality, 2010 figures, with deliveries of 510 units and 574 net orders (644 gross orders), already showed that after two years of global economic crisis-induced reduction in activity, the commercial airplane market for narrowbodies and ...
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