Airbus has posted stronger-than-expected second-quarter earnings as it reported its adjusted operating profit rose by 72% to €1.98 billion while it accumulated operating income of €1.77 billion, while revenues increased by 23% to €18.32 billion. “The half-year financial performance mainly reflects the ramp-up in production of A320 Family aircraft and transition to the more efficient Neo version, as well as further progress on the A350 financial performance,” said Airbus chief executive officer Guillaume Faury. “We continue to see good demand for our competitive product portfolio, including the new A321XLR, as shown by the strong market endorsement at June’s Le Bourget
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