WASHINGTON—Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury told investors during the Paris Air Show that further bump-ups in production rates of commercial narrowbody aircraft could come around 2022-23, and that discussions with suppliers are ongoing. Faury asserted that demand for the A320 family remains robust, with the earliest slots available in 2024, according to several financial analysts who briefed their own clients after the Airbus presentation. Considering its backlog, Airbus does not have to ...

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