Airbus (AIR.PA) deliveries rose 11% in the first seven months of the year to 381 airplanes, the European planemaker said on Friday.
For July, deliveries stood at 65 aircraft, it said in a monthly commercial update, confirming a Reuters report.
After a slow start to the year, deliveries have picked up in pace since May as Airbus targets 720 deliveries for the year. Airbus reaffirmed the delivery goal with half-year earnings last week but dropped an interim target for underlying output of 65 narrow-body jets a month by end-2024, up from around 47 now.
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