Airbus Misses 2022 Production Targets, Reconfirms Rate Increases

Airbus A321neo
Credit: Airbus SAS 2021 Sylvain Ramadier
FRANKFURT—Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury has confirmed the company’s commercial aircraft production targets in spite of a significant shortfall in deliveries in 2022. Faury said Jan. 10 that the company still aims at raising A320neo family production rates to 64 by 2024 and to 75 “by the middle of the...

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