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Airbus Says Reducing Wing Production For Three Weeks

Airbus, whose main industrial operations are shared between four European countries, resumed partial production in France and Spain on Monday at a slower rate than normal.

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Airbus Set To Partially Resume Production, Support Global Efforts Against COVID-19

Airbus is supporting those in the health, emergency and public services that rely on its aircraft, helicopters, satellites and services to accomplish their critical missions.

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Governments Offer Airlines Aid As Coronavirus Drives Deeper Flight Cuts

Europe's Airbus also signalled some government support may be needed if the coronavirus crisis lasts for several months, three people familiar.

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Airbus Halts Production In France, Spain As COVID-19 Related Measures Are Implemented

The Airbus statement came as the Sydney-based Centre for Aviation (CAPA) claimed that most airlines in the world will be bankrupt by May-end amid the current COVID-19 scare.

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Cathay Pacific Warns Of H1 Loss From 'Unprecedented' Virus Challenge

Cathay Pacific has been through challenging times before, but the scale that we are facing in the current situation really is an unprecedented challenge.

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Airbus Investing Up To €1 Billion In A220 Passenger Jet Programme This Year

The United States has become more important for Airbus since the U.S. government slapped tariffs on jets made in Europe for purchase by U.S. airlines following a years-long tariff dispute.

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U.S. Raises Tariffs On European Aircraft In Ongoing Dispute Over Subsidies

European planemaker Airbus said the U.S. move would hit U.S. airlines already facing a shortage of aircraft and complicate efforts to reach a negotiated settlement with the European Union in the longstanding dispute.

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Airbus Pledges Profit Gain After Bribery Settlement Hit

Raising its proposed dividend by 9% to 1.80 euros per share, Airbus predicted full-year free cash flow of around 4 billion euros, improved from 3.509 billion in 2019.

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Airbus Confident Can Sell More Than 1,000 A321xlrs Over 10 Yrs

Airbus this month agreed to pay a record $4 billion in fines after reaching a plea bargain with prosecutors in Britain, France and United States over alleged bribery and corruption stretching back at least 15 years.

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Airbus Unveils Blended Wing Aircraft Demonstrator At Singapore Show

Airbus is a global leader in aeronautics, space and related services. It generates annual revenues of 64 billion euros and employs a workforce of about 134,000.

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Airbus Agrees To Settle Corruption Probes With France, Britain, US

Airbus has been investigated by French and British authorities on suspected corruption over a decade.

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Air India Launches Flights Between Bhubaneswar And Surat

The flights to Surat from Bhubaneswar here will depart at 8.40am and reach the destination at 10.40am.

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Airbus Revises Up Jet Demand Forecast, Shaves Traffic Growth

The European planemaker said the world's fleet of passenger jets and freighters would more than double to 47,680 aircraft by 2038.

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Airbus Second-quarter Profits Rise And Beat Analyst Forecasts

Second-quarter adjusted operating profit rose 72% to 1.98 billion euros ($2.2 billion), led by a more-than-twofold rise at the main Airbus commercial planemaking arm. Revenues rose 23% to 18.317 billion.

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Airbus To Launch New A321 With Nearly 200 Orders

Boeing boss Dennis Muilenburg on Sunday said he expected to announce orders for wide-body jets at the show but his main focus at the event is safety.

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