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Airbus delivered more than 600 new planes in 2021

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European aircraft manufacturer Airbus delivered more than 600 commercial jets in 2021, slightly exceeding its target. With a final spurt in December, a total of 611 aircraft found their way to customers for the year as a whole, the group announced on Monday. That was 8 per cent more than in 2020, meaning that Airbus is likely to remain the world’s largest aircraft manufacturer for the third year in a row. Final figures of US rival Boeing are expected later this month. Demand for new aircraft is picking up significantly, despite the continuing coronavirus pandemic. In total, Airbus collected gr…

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