Airbus sees hopeful signs for airlines

Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury said that aircraft increasing demands is a signs that companies in the sector are recovering from the Covid-19 crisis.

He pointed out in an interview with France’s Le Journal du Dimanche on Sunday that despite this, the recovery now focuses on short-haul lines as there may be new impacts of the pandemic due to the new SARS CoV-2 variant (Omicron).

Faury noted that the renewal of fleets becomes a determining element for the airlines to reduce their emissions, and that is precisely one of the adjustment trends for the coming years.

Last week, the European aeronautical manufacturer won a double battle against its eternal rival, Boeing, by taking over two orders from regular customers of the US group.