Airbus forced to recalibrate amid COVID-19 pandemic

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July 31, 2020

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In celebration of the company’s 50th anniversary in 2019, Airbus conducted a special formation flight with representatives from each member of its in-production commercial aircraft product line. Airbus Photo

Airbus forced to recalibrate amid COVID-19 pandemic

Airbus's revenues had totalled $30 billion by the end of June, down 39 per cent from 2019's $49.1 billion, mainly due to a a 50 per cent plunge in commercial aircraft deliveries.

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In our Aug/Sept issue, Rob Erdos muses on float flying and we discuss night aerial firefighting. Plus: Air Canada in the pandemic, KF Aerospace at 50 and Canadians in the Battle of Britain.

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