Airbus is "now revising its production rates downwards to adapt to the new coronavirus market environment," it said in a statement.
It said it would now be making 40 A320s per month, 2 A330s, and 6 A350s.
"This represents a reduction of the pre-coronavirus average rates of roughly one-third," Airbus said.
"With these new rates, Airbus preserves its ability to meet customer demand while protecting its ability to further adapt as the global market evolves." (READ: Airbus cancels 2019 dividend, 2020 forecasts due to coronavirus)
Airbus chief executive officer Guillaume Faury said: "Our airline customers are heavily impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.
"We are actively adapting our production to their new situation and working on operational and financial mitigation measures to face reality." – Rappler.com