Airbus Commercial Aircraft president Guillaume Faury expects the company to have produced around 100 A320neo family aircraft by end of June that will then have to wait for engines to be attached. The situation came about after one of the neo engine suppliers, Pratt & Whitney, encountered problems with is new geared turbofan while the other supplier, CFM International, has had delivery delays with the new LEAP-1A. “This is a rather unique situation,” Faury said on the ...

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