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  • Airbus is thinking beyond current events.

  • The European aerospace giant has told firms in its sprawling supply chain to prepare for a rebound in production.

  • Airbus says it could increase output off its best, selling a 3 20 jets by almost 1/5 when demand recovers.

  • The comments come days after one major Airbus operator predicted a big rebound for the stronger budget.

  • Airlines hungry based Wizz Air says it expects to snap back to 2019 passenger numbers as soon as health fears ease.

  • It keeps taking new Airbus jets even as other carriers cancel or defer orders.

  • Now the plane maker says it could raise output as early as July next year, though no decision has yet been taken.

  • But industry sources say any such move is far from guaranteed.

  • They say Airbus will need major customers around the world to recover before increasing production.

  • Right now, that seems very uncertain.

  • Only this week, British Airways owner I E G warned that the travel slump had deepened on some key budget carriers like Asia have all but stopped taking new jets.

Airbus is thinking beyond current events.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/24
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