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We are frequently told that the single most carbon-intensive thing we can do is to fly in a plane, so why do planes still burn fossil fuels?
Airbus on Wednesday delivered the first A350 widebody jet from its Tianjin final assembly line to China Eastern Airlines, further bolstering its industrial footprint in China relative to rival Boeing Co. The work conducted in Tianjin on the jet includes cabin installation, painting, production flight test, and aircraft delivery, Airbus said in a statement. Foreign media were not allowed to attend the delivery event in Tianjin.
In a big change from the typical trend of the past few years, Boeing (NYSE: BA) captured more aircraft orders than Airbus (OTC: EADSY) in the first half of 2021. Earlier this month, Airbus reported that it delivered 77 commercial jets in June. Additionally, while the best-selling A320 family always accounts for the bulk of Airbus' deliveries, the company benefited from a healthier mix last month.