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well Boeing struggles rival Airbus is raking in the cash the European plane maker beat for costs in the first quarter , rating profit jump to around six hundred million dollars this time last year it barely broke even , a new game driven by higher deliveries of its bestselling a three twenty neo family of jets they're a direct rival to Boeing's troubled seven three seven Max eight the plane grounded off to two fatal crashes in the space of five months , you want to add a bus trying to capitalize on its rivals troubles low for one thing the Penn never accuse each other of making unsafe planes that would just rattle public confidence in air travel but there is a deeper reason to what is their space it it's a team he fell in Paris explains the G. what play is a very carefully balanced mechanism between these two companies and narrow body at cross which is where they make that money most of that money if one side gets too much of an upper hand the other side can react in unpredictable ways it could launch a price war or it could even launch a new play Abbas doesn't want to launch a new plane and therefore it doesn't really want to provoke bombing too far , last week Boeing had to scrap its outlook for twenty nineteen and cancel share buybacks it said the problems with the Max had cost it at least one billion dollars already Abbas has its troubles too though it faces costs of ending the production of its flagship a three eighty super jumbo no more will be made off to twenty twenty one due to poor sales but the company is sticking to its targets for the year including a fifteen percent rise in operating profits