How Airbus is breathing life back into its A380 production line

The production facility responsible for the A380 is receiving a new lease of life as Airbus is set to begin building its popular A321neo at the site. Richard Schuurman visits Toulouse for Aviation News

So you’re an airline CEO and fancy adding a dozen or so Airbus A321neos to your fleet… Chief commercial officer Christian Scherer will be most happy to accept your order, but he’s going to keep you waiting for your new jets until at least 2029. That’s because the A320neo family is sold out at current production rates.

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