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FACTBOX-How Airbus A380 output hinges on Emirates negotiations

PARIS, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Future production of the world's largest airliner is under threat as Airbus tries to rescue a proposed deal for 36 A380 superjumbo aircraft with Dubai's Emirates. Following is a breakdown of likely remaining A380 deliveries, according to industry sources, and the impact on A380 production if a deal with Emirates is either reached or abandoned.

CURRENT SITUATION

A380 Likely Unlikely Ord Del Backlog Delivs Delivs AIR ACCORD 3 3 3

(ex-Transaero order)

AIR FRANCE 10 10 0 ALL NIPPON 3 3 3

AIRWAYS

AMEDEO 20 20 20 ASIANA 6 6 0 BRITISH 12 12 0 CHINA SOUTHERN 5 5 0 EMIRATES 142 101 41 41 ETIHAD AIRWAYS 10 10 0 KOREAN AIR 10 10 0 LUFTHANSA 14 14 0 MALAYSIA 6 6 0

AIRLINES

QANTAS 20 12 8 8 QATAR AIRWAYS 10 8 2 2 SINGAPORE 24 21 3 3

AIRLINES

THAI AIRWAYS 6 6 0 VIRGIN ATLANTIC 6 6 6 UNDISCLOSED (ex- 10 10

HK Airlines order)

Total 317 221 96 49 47

December 2017 (3 delivs so far: Emirates, Qatar, S'pore)

Revised Total 317 224 93 46 47

PRODUCTION ESTIMATES NO EMIRATES ORDER

Deliveries End-year Backlog* 2017 (est) 17 46 Emirates order 0 2018 12 34 2019 8 26 2020 6 20 2021 6 14 2022 6 8 2023 6 2 2024 2 0

WITH EMIRATES ORDER

Deliveries End-year backlog* 2017 (est) 17 46 Emirates order 36 Backlog including Emirates 82 2018 12 70 2019 8 62 2020 6 56 2021 6 50 2022 6 44 2023 6 38 2024 6 32 2025 6 26 2026 6 20 2027 6 14 2028 6 8 2029 6 2 2030 2 0

(* Based on likely backlog as listed in first chart, and 2017 deliveries as reported up to Dec. 27)

(Reporting by Tim Hepher; Editing by Mark Potter)