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The world's largest aircraft manufacturer Airbus delivered significantly fewer machines after bottlenecks in suppliers than in the previous month. In the past month, the DAX group handed over 46 traffic jets to its customers after 60 in June, as he announced in Toulouse on Monday evening.

Die Stückzahl der ausgelieferten Airbus-Maschinen sinkt weiter. © Julian Weber/dpa The number of the delivered Airbus machines continues to drop.

because suppliers hardly come after their deliveries, Airbus boss Guillaume Faury had cut his plans for 2022 at the end of July and expects only 700 deliveries instead of 720. Meanwhile, the manufacturer brought in orders of over 401 new machines in July, of which almost 300 machines go to China. In return, Airbus posted cancellations over four jets.

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still contained in the order book, a remaining order from the Arabic airline Qatar Airways over 19 large -scale aircraft of type A350. According to industry circles, however, the manufacturer has now terminated the contract with its large customer after months of public dispute over damage to the surface of several machines in the series.

Qatar Airways had sued the world's largest aircraft manufacturer in London in December because of the defects and publicly described them as a security problem. However, Airbus and the European Aviation Authority Easa assessed the matter differently. The manufacturer had offered to fix the damage at his own expense, but Qatar Airways had rejected this.

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