FRANKFURT – Airbus does not see any change in demand or supply chain relief for the A320neo family as a result of the current grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX. “An A320 is an A320 and a MAX is a MAX”, CEO Guillaume Faury said April 30 presenting the company’s first-quarter results. The current situation “is not changing the mid- to long-term picture,” Faury stated. “We have a very strong backlog for the A320neo and we are limited by the supply ...


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