Airbus is starting to pull together components in preparation for the final assembly of the first A330neo, which is scheduled to get underway in September. In a program update, the European OEM said the industrial phase of the new model “is now fully underway” and on track for the start of final assembly, with components and sub-assemblies steadily being delivered to its Toulouse final assembly line (FAL). The first large component for the aircraft—the center wing ...

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