Airbus said it will build nine A330s per month instead of the current production rate of 10 starting in the 2015 fourth quarter. Airbus EVP-programs Tom Williams said the switch will allow the manufacturer “to maintain a smooth production flow” as it prepares to transition to the re-engined A330neo, which is expected to enter service in 2017. Airbus has been building 10 A330s per month since 2013. “We are confident we will sustain a steady production towards the A330neo ...

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