PARIS, May 23 (Reuters) - The head of EADS , parent of aircraft maker Airbus, told a French newspaper there could be a three- to four-month delay on A380 aircraft deliveries, extending a previous forecast of two to three months. "We have had to slow down the production of the A380," Louis Gallois told the regional daily La Depeche du Midi in an interview published on Friday. "This is a real bother for our clients, we will have to pay penalties. But it is not a catastrophe...The delay is ...
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