With the recent announcement of the purchase of 120 Airbus A220s by JetBlue Airways and Moxy (a start-up backed by JetBlue) in December 2018, Airbus has officially sold more than 500 aircraft in 2018. However, on January 3rd 2018, shares of Airbus were losing 2.96EUR (-3.52%) at 81.21EUR (-3.52%) as doubts surfaced over achieving 2018 deliveries target.

Insiders claimed that Airbus is likely to miss the 2018 target of 800 deliveries, which would be a first since the company was reshaped through mergers in 2000.

Airbus is expected to provide full-year figures on Jan. 11.

 

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