SYDNEY—Airbus expects to have produced around 100 A320neo family aircraft by the end of June that will not be able to be delivered because they are awaiting engines, said Guillaume Faury, president of Airbus Commercial Aircraft. “This is a rather unique situation,” he said on the sidelines of the IATA AGM here. “We have an industrial crisis to manage. It is not a good situation. We try to communicate with our customers as well as we can.” Airbus decided to ...

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