PARIS—Airbus has not given up yet on securing a major narrowbody order from International Airlines Group (IAG)—flipping a commitment announced by the company for the Boeing 737 MAX earlier this week. “We will be very happy to make our offer when it comes to a tender at a later stage,” Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury said June 20. “We have not received a request for proposals (RFP) but we are taking the position that we would like to bid for the business,” ...


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