Boeing booked more than three times the new jetliner orders as rival Airbus Industrie in 1995, even though the European consortium enjoyed the strongest revenue performance of its 25-year history. Delivering 124 aircraft to 30 customers, Airbus posted $9.6 billion in sales for 1995, more than $1 billion ahead of 1994's pace. But Airbus only won $7 billion in new orders for 106 aircraft, compared with 346 jetliners worth more than $31 billion for Boeing. A 10-week Machinists' ...
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