The 737 MAX safety crisis has made it hard for Boeing to win aircraft orders this year, but Airbus isn't doing much better.
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The downturn in orders at Airbus and Boeing this year hasn't affected the pricey wide-body jets that they're most desperate to sell.
Airbus' inability to build and deliver jets on time -- especially the A321neo -- has prevented it from fully capitalizing on the Boeing 737 MAX grounding.
Airlines are planning to retire their Airbus A380s at a very young age, because of the jumbo jet's unwieldy operating costs.
The Paris Air Show helped Airbus get its 2019 net firm order total back above zero.
The European aircraft manufacturer announced deals for more than 100 aircraft on Monday -- and the launch of the A321XLR model should lead to more deals over the next few days.
Airbus and Boeing continued to mark time in May, with no meaningful order activity.
The Boeing 737 MAX grounding has given Airbus a huge advantage over its American rival heading into the most important sales event of the year.
The two aerospace giants' order backlogs both shrunk in the first four months of 2019.