Airbus posted an adjusted second-quarter operating loss of €1.226 billion ($1.44 billion) as revenues fell 55% to €8.317 billion. Losses include €900 million of balance sheet impairment charges related to COVID 19 and Airbus said it could have to take further provisions of between €1.2 billion and €1.6 billion linked to the restructuring. “The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our financials is now very visible in the second quarter, with H1 commercial aircraft deliveries halving compared to a year ago,” said Airbus chief executive Officer Guillaume Faury. “We have calibrated the business to face the new market environment on
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