TOULOUSE, FRANCE — The European planemaker Airbus delivered 58 commercial aircraft in November, making the company closer to its 600 aircraft target by year-end.

Airbus registered 318 new orders during Dubai Airshow, but also faced order cancelations for 75 jets including 28 A320neos for Mexico's Interjet, which suspended operations last year due to the financial bottleneck.

Between January and November, Airbus delivered 518 jets and sold 610, or a net total of 368 after adjusting for cancellations, the company said in a monthly bulletin.

Airbus deliveries frequently increase in the last month of the year but supply chain problems have reduced the pace of deliveries from the Hamburg plant, industry sources say.

Besides that, a significant amount of deliveries have been pushed back into next year. November deliveries were however slightly ahead of expectations. Airbus delivered 21 aircraft in the last week of the month compared with 15 in the last week of October.