HAMBURG—Airbus believes it has defined the blueprint for future new production lines and developed technology it can also apply to its legacy production systems now that it has opened the fourth A320/A320neo family final assembly line (FAL) in Hamburg. “This is a quantum leap for us,” Klaus Roewe, SVP-A320 program, told an audience at the Hamburg-Finkenwerder plant. Guillaume Faury, president of Airbus Commercial Aircraft, added that Airbus is now “in the early ...

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