7 DECEMBER 2015

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Article from BTNews 7 DECEMBER 2015

Webinar deadline

Readers interested in the regular webinar programme from aviation industry news and data website FlightGlobal may just be in time to sign up for the latest session, which takes place tomorrow (Tuesday 8 December), starting at 15:00 GMT.

Subjects in the spotlight include the implications of Airbus reportedly planning to increase the production rate for the A320 from 42 a month to 60 a month in 2019.

There is also the question whether Boeing will follow suit and what the move means for the new players.

Participants will also be asked to comment on whether concerns are justified over the secondary market for larger twin-aisle types like the B777 and A380 – will the market see any other production-rate reductions in the twin-aisle sector, following the A330 and 747, and how many open slots are there for the 777 and A380?

To join the discussion, you need to be a registered Flightglobal user and log-in to your existing account, or create a new account.  www.flightglobal.com/consultancy

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