Boeing Expected To Follow Airbus Production Cuts

The A350 (pictured) will face more headwinds than the A330, having just moved into profitability in 2019.
Credit: P. Masclet/Airbus
Just a short time ago, Airbus could not expand fast enough. Given the strength of demand, the manufacturer planned to add another final assembly line for narrowbodies in Toulouse, even though its global industrial system was already complex — because maximum deliveries were what mattered. Now, as...

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