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Airbus SAS Production targets reviewed

AIRBUS SAS's plan to build four A320 aircraft a month in Tianjin may change if local demand wanes, according to aerospace magazine Flight International's Website.

The site quoted Airbus Executive Vice-President Tom Williams as saying production "is very much dependent on the volume of aircraft we're going to be selling in China." The plane maker wants to equally divide output for Chinese customers between the Tianjin plant and Europe, Williams said.

Airbus is due to deliver its first Chinese-made A320 to Sichuan Airlines by the middle of the year, and output is due to gradually rise to four aircraft a month by 2011, Flight said.


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