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US Leaves Tariffs On Airbus Aircraft Unchanged At 15%

The United States declared itself in full compliance with WTO findings in May after Washington state abolished aerospace industry tax breaks that largely benefited Boeing.

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P&W Engines Are The Best Choice To Power India’s Defence Aircraft: Ashmita Sethi, President and Country Head, Pratt & Whitney, India

Indian defence & aerospace is at the critical juncture of building capability. IAF talked about more than 1000 fighter aircraft for India’s next generation Advance Medium Combat Aircraft & Tejas Mk-2. What is lacking for India is the elusive jet engine capability. P&W makes world's most powerful jet engine for Fighter jets- F-22 & F 35. BW Businessworld's Manish kumar Jha speaks with Ashmita Sethi, President and Country Head, Pratt & Whitney, UTC India on such issues.

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Airbus Trims A350 Output, Quarterly Loss Worse Than Expected

The planemaker also said it hoped to avoid consuming cash in the second half of the year after a second-quarter outflow of 4.4 billion euros as deliveries tumbled because of the collapse in air travel caused by the coronavirus.

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Airbus Offers Subsidy Concession To End US Tariffs

The Asia Pacific air transport industry is taking initial steps towards restarting international operations by working closely with governments, health authorities and other stakeholders.

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Star Air launches charter services

Star Air launches charter services

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Airbus H1 Deliveries Hit 16-Year Low Despite June Bounce

Airbus has said it faces an average 40% drop in business over the next two years, forcing it to cut 15,000 jobs, or 11%, of its workforce. Unions oppose compulsory cuts.

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Airbus concludes ATTOL with fully autonomous flight tests

Airbus concludes ATTOL with fully autonomous flight tests

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Airbus CEO Sees Production Down 40% Over The Next Two Years

For the next two years - 2020/21 - we assume that production and deliveries will be 40% lower than originally planned,

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Airbus Exec Says Jetmaker Reaches New Production 'Sweet Spot'

Airbus recently announced output cuts of 33%-42% to limit damage as the pandemic grounded airlines around the world

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Anand Stanley Appointed As President Of Airbus Asia Pacific

He succeeds Patrick de Castelbajac, who is leaving Airbus. Based in Singapore, Stanley will lead the strategy and future positioning of Airbus and its divisions across the region.

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Airbus Jobs On Wire As Underlying Output Falls 40%

Estimated labour force of 35,000 people involved in production, and associated engineers and support, at Airbus would fall by the equivalent of some 14,000 full-time posts with the 40% underlying reduction

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Airbus Examining Restructuring Including Job Cuts

Airbus has implemented a number of financial, operational and social measures in order to adapt to the severe health and economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis

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US Tells WTO 'No Valid Basis' For EU Tariffs In Boeing-Airbus Subsidy Fight

USTR raised tariffs on Airbus planes to 15% from 10% on March 17, but many airlines are delaying deliveries as the coronavirus pandemic has halted most travel.

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Airbus First-Quarter Core Operating Profit Tumbles 49%

Europe's largest aerospace group also reported a negative cashflow of 8.03 billion euros including a previously published record 3.6 billion euro

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Airbus Warns Staff On Jobs With Its 'Survival At Stake'

Airbus has begun implementing government-assisted furlough schemes starting with 3,000 workers in France

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