What airliners do Airbus currently make?

Now production of the A380 has wound down, testing of the A321XLR project has been ramped up, while the A220 appears to be going from strength to strength. Dominic Ward takes a look at the state of play with Airbus’s current types in production

It’s been more than a year since Airbus made its final A380 delivery flight, with Emirates being the recipient back in December 2021. In that time, the A380 assembly line has been reconfigured as a finishing line for the A321XLR project, into which the company is investing the bulk of its efforts.

But there has been more than just progress with the A321XLR. In the last year or so, Airbus has delivered its 220th A220 – JetBlue being the recipients – while in excess of 500 A350s have now been delivered.

The speed at which some of these milestones has been reached can be considered impressive and is, considering the global situation, a testament to the resilience of the firm.

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