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Supply chains have stabilized, and Airbuses can roll out of the factory

Supply chains have stabilized, and Airbuses can roll out of the factory

Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury announced at the Paris Aviation Forum that the company’s supply chain has stabilized, putting Airbus on track to meet its target of 720 deliveries by the end of the year.

The company’s commercial director was similarly optimistic a few weeks ago, commercial general manager Christian Scherer said business was becoming more predictable. Airbus Delivered 60 aircraft in MayThis is an increase of 30 percent compared to the same period in the previous year, so the aircraft manufacturer has already delivered more than 220 aircraft this year.

Airbus and arch-rival Boeing have faced supply chain and production capacity problems in recent years, making it difficult to ramp up shipments of planes, and deliveries of individual planes are sometimes months behind schedule. The European aircraft maker has had to cut delivery targets twice in the past year. It is now trying to improve this by providing its customers outside Asia with machines made in its Chinese factory, as well as by reconfiguring its factories, focusing on the increasingly popular A321 machines.

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