TOULOUSE—Airbus Commercial Aircraft president Guillaume Faury says Airbus will give the market more concrete guidance on the proposed A321XLR in 2019, an aircraft Faury asserts can “change the industry.” “We will be more precise next year,” Faury said on the sidelines of the first delivery of an A330-900 to TAP Air Portugal Nov. 26. “We have not been shy to say that we want to develop the product [the A321LR].” A further upgrade of the A321neo could ...


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