Airbus remains confident it will be able to deliver the 650 aircraft planned for 2016 in spite of the challenges it faces in the A320neo and A350 ramp up. “We have been building gliders for the first part of the year,” Airbus Chief Operating Officer Tom Williams said at the Airbus Innovation Days in Hamburg. But he pointed out that new standard Pratt & Whitney PW1100G engines are about to arrive at the Airbus final assembly lines in Hamburg and Toulouse for ...

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