Facing Reality

Fiottau, Jens; Norris, Guy
January 2014
Aviation Week & Space Technology;1/20/2014, Vol. 176 Issue 2, p33
Trade Publication
The article discusses the record number of orders received by aircraft manufacturer Airbus in 2013 and its impact on the company's plans to increase production. Topics include comments from Airbus chief executive officer (CEO) Fabrice Bregier and chief operating officer (COO) for customers John Leahy, details on the production of the A320 airplane and engines by manufacturers Pratt & Whitney and CFM International, and discussion of the amount and types of aircraft on order.


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