Airbus set to boost production of world’s most popular passenger jet

Oct. 26, 2020
Group aims to lift output of A320neo single-aisle aircraft next year, reports Peggy Hollinger for the Financial Times.

TOULOUSE, France - Airbus is aiming to boost production of its popular A320neo family of single-aisle aircraft by close to 18 per cent from the second half of next year in a rare piece of good news for an industry that has been devastated by the impact of the coronavirus crisis, Peggy Hollinger reports for the Financial Times. Continue reading original article.

The Intelligent Aerospace take:

October 26, 2020 -While both Airbus and Boeing have reduced its workforce as demand for new aircraft fell amid the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Financial Times reports that Boeing is preparing for the return of the 737 MAX to the skies and Airbus has asked suppliers to up their production as the European manufacturer plans to increase production of its A320neo single-aisle jet from 40 to 47 per month.

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Jamie Whitney, Associate Editor
Intelligent Aerospace

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