An Airbus SAS A350 XWB aircraft performs a flying display on the opening day of the 51st International Paris Air Show in Paris on June 15, 2015. French President Emmanuel Macron will discuss a major Airbus order during his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping’s state visit to France later this month. (Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg, file)

An Airbus SAS A350 XWB aircraft performs a flying display on the opening day of the 51st International Paris Air Show in Paris on June 15, 2015. French President Emmanuel Macron will discuss a major Airbus order during his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping’s state visit to France later this month. (Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg, file)

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