Supported by a greater-than-expected order intake at the Paris Air Show, Airbus is now entering discussions with key suppliers to convince them a further production ramp-up is sustainable in the long term. Airbus ended the year’s biggest industry event with orders and commitments for 421 aircraft, significantly more than the roughly 200 that CEO Fabrice Bregier had initially forecast. Among them were 366 A320-family aircraft (but only 43 A320ceo-family jets, indicating that a more ...


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