PARIS (Reuters) -European planemaker Airbus sees demand for flying on the industry’s most-used jets – the medium-haul A320 and Boeing 737 families – recovering to pre-pandemic levels in 2023, amid concerns over the shape of demand for bigger models.

Chief Executive Guillaume Faury said on a webcast on Tuesday that the recovery in air travel in Europe had been “very disappointing” so far in 2021 but that traffic was rebounding in the United States.Click here for more..