Planned tariffs on aircraft imports to the U.S. from Europe would apply to about 15% of the Airbus backlog, Aviation Week Fleet Data Services show, though many questions—from how lessors are affected to what happens with U.S.-assembled A320s, remain unanswered. A European retaliation targeting full aircraft from the U.S. could put the same percentage of Boeing’s backlog at risk. Aviation Week calculates that U.S. airlines have 664 Airbus orders on their books, excluding A220s. ...

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