France's Zodiac Aerospace is behind schedule in supplying toilets for the Airbus A350.
Zodiac is starting to slowly emerge from a year-long crisis over delays in production of aircraft seats that disrupted some airplane deliveries.
The same day but in a different place… Airbus Group CEO Tom Enders said the planemaker may miss its target for 15 A350 deliveries this year because of delays in receiving cabin fittings.
Zodiac Aerospace CEO Olivier Zarrouati told analysts on a conference call that resolving the delays in delivering onboard toilets would take only a "few months".
Zodiac said it was meanwhile ahead of schedule on deliveries of A350 electrical systems.
Zodiac has opened a new assembly line in Canada to support the production increase, which includes plans for a quadrupling of output to 60 aircraft in 2016.
"We are working very closely with Airbus to analyze our collective capacities to support the assembly line," Zarrouati said.
"It won't take as long to resolve as the seats...We are talking about a few months," he added.