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Aeronautics has come into convalescence


ANALYSIS - Airbus and Boeing believe that the Covid-19 crisis is not yet over. But they are preparing for the recovery by scheduling production increases.

Fifteen months after suffering the impact of a crisis of unprecedented violence due to the Covid-19 pandemic which brought air transport to a halt, how is world aeronautics doing?

The results published for the first half of 2021 reflect an improvement in the situation.

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Thanks to the resumption of aircraft deliveries, manufacturers have recovered their sales and profitability.

Halfway through the year, Airbus retains the advantage over Boeing.

The European giant has seen its deliveries accelerate.

In total, it shipped 297 devices, 101 more than a year earlier.

Boeing, thanks to the resumption of deliveries and the return to service of the 737 Max since the end of 2020, is regaining its colors with 156 aircraft delivered, against 70 a year earlier.

The two aircraft manufacturers returned to profit in the first half of the year.

However, is aeronautics

“out of business”

, as Bruno Le Maire said on July 16, on the sidelines of a visit to Airbus industrial headquarters?

The minister of

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Source: lefigaro

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