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Thu, Apr 13 2017

Airbus CEO considers new term, says not retiring soon

AMSTERDAM Airbus Chief Executive Tom Enders is in the early stages of considering whether to seek another term as head of Europe's largest aerospace company when his mandate expires in 2019, and says he is not currently thinking about retirement.

Airbus CEO considers another term, says not retiring soon

AMSTERDAM, April 12 Airbus Chief Executive Tom Enders is in the early stages of considering whether to seek another term as head of Europe's largest aerospace company when his mandate expires in 2019, and says he is not currently thinking about retirement.

BRIEF-Airbus formally changes name to Airbus SE from Airbus Group SE

* CEO says does not expect another big financial hit from A400M this year

Airbus CFO sees further pressure on book-to-bill ratio

AMSTERDAM, April 12 Airbus airplane sales may remain under pressure for some time as the company works through a record backlog of unfilled orders, but the long-term outlook is strong, the European planemaker's finance director said on Wednesday.

Airbus loses first quarter order race as delays hamper A320neo

PARIS Airbus took 20 new jet orders in March to end the first quarter well behind rival Boeing as delays in deliveries of the A320neo shifted the spotlight back to an earlier model.

UPDATE 1-Airbus loses Q1 order race as delays hamper A320neo

PARIS, April 6 Airbus took 20 new jet orders in March to end the first quarter well behind rival Boeing as delays in deliveries of the A320neo shifted the spotlight back to an earlier model.

CORRECTED-Airbus reports pickup in orders for current A320 amid delays

PARIS, April 6 Airbus took 20 new jet orders in March to end the first quarter well behind rival Boeing as delays in deliveries of the A320neo shifted the spotlight back to an earlier model.

Planemaker Airbus places $1.5 billion in U.S. dollar bonds

PARIS European planemaker Airbus on Thursday said that it had placed a total of $1.5 billion (1.2 billion pounds) in U.S. dollar bonds, as companies look to take advantage of low interest rates to raise funds from capital markets.

Planemaker Airbus places $1.5 billion in U.S. dollar bonds

PARIS, April 6 European planemaker Airbus on Thursday said that it had placed a total of $1.5 billion in U.S. dollar bonds, as companies look to take advantage of low interest rates to raise funds from capital markets.

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