Given the extreme variables governing the airline industry's projected recovery, Airbus has several production strategies in place and is ready for any contingency, according to company executives. They confirmed that the European manufacturer intends to deliver 300 commercial transports in 2002, down from a 330-aircraft objective determined in early November after reassessing the demand. An updated production plan for 2003 is tentatively scheduled to be completed during the second ...
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