Poll: Will Airbus Meet Its Goal Of Catching Up With Delayed A320neo Family Deliveries By 2022?

Airbus needs another 18 months or so to catch up with A320neo family deliveries and aims to produce 65-67 per month from 2023, up from 63 in 2021, company CEO Guillaume Faury said.

The manufacturer is producing A320neo family aircraft with a six-month delay, Faury said Feb. 13 at the company’s annual press conference. It is counting on improvements at the Hamburg, Germany factory and manufacturing A321s elsewhere.

The delays began in the transition from the A320ceo version with engine issues that Faury considers lasted from 2017-19.

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