Despite a brief strike by some 300 French workers on Friday, Airbus is committed to delivering a dozen A380 aircraft this year, according to CEO Tom Enders. Enders made the comments during a ceremony in Toulouse, France, marking the delivery of Qantas Airways' first A380. "It's two years and two months behind," Qantas CEO Geoff Dixon said. "But that's history, we've adapted. We'd have liked to have the aircraft, but we're getting it now, and we'll probably get more."

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