Production processes for the A380 are about to be adjusted once more by Airbus, but this time the move is driven by increasing output rates instead of by the need to cure a shortfall in the system. After years of struggle to bring production rates to about two A380s per month, Airbus believes it has now started to turn the corner on the problems that have plagued the program for years. That is allowing officials to look ahead and explore how to make the next jump in output, to around ...


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