Airbus Ramps Up Services and Production

The aircraft manufacturer's aftermarket trading was less affected than production of new aircraft, which was heavily hit by the impact of the novel coronavirus.
Credit: Airbus
Airbus’s commercial aircraft business posted about €1.7 billion ($1.8 billion) of aftermarket sales in the first half of the year, which equated to roughly 7% of total revenue. While that was a lower share than in the year-ago period, Airbus did manage to grow its total services sales by roughly...

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