AW&ST: In May, two new aircraft competing with Airbus made their first flights, the Comac C919 and the United Aircraft Corp. MC-21. In what markets and to what extent will they hurt Airbus? Bregier: It is premature to say, but these competitors have ambitions that go beyond their home markets. We are already in a tough competition with Boeing, which is why we invest in the improvement of our aircraft. We have launched the A320neo. We welcome this competition, but we believe we will ...

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