Airbus delivered 68 commercial aircraft in November, it confirmed on December 6, which meant it would fall short of its target of “around 700” deliveries in 2022. A “complex operating environment” meant the manufacturer had delivered 565 aircraft during the first 11 months of the year. Ahead of full-year results being announced in February, Airbus said that it “remains committed to delivering its financial guidance as provided at the Nine-Month 2022 results, meaning guidance for EBIT Adjusted and Free Cash Flow before M&A and Customer Financing remains unchanged”. In turn it said it “will be adjusting the speed of the
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