Sydney - Pratt & Whitney and CFM International have missed delivery dates, and they do jeopardize once again the delivery targets of the Airbus who aims to deliver 800 aircraft till the end of 2018.

This is a challenging situation. If the engine manufacturers stick to their plans, we'll stick to our plans too,
said the new boss of Airbus Commercial Aircraft Guillaume Faury at the IATA's Annual General Meeting in Sydney, Australia.

100 A320neo at the Airbus plants are still waiting for their engines from the suppliers to be delivered to the customers.

As of the end of April 2018, Airbus has delivered 38 A320neo, and nine A321neo to its customers.