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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Denis Ranque

66 2013 Non-Executive Independent Chairman

Thomas Enders

59 2012 Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee, Executive Director

Harald Wilhelm

52 2012 Chief Financial Officer of Airbus, Member of the Executive Committee

Fouad Attar

Managing Director for Airbus Middle East

Stefano Bortoli

2018 Chief Executive Officer of ATR

Stephane Ginoux

50 2010 President Airbus Japan K.K.

Barbara Bergmeier

2018 Head of Operations, Member of the Executive Committee

Thierry Baril

53 2012 Chief Human Resources Officer Airbus, Member of the Executive Committee

Grazia Vittadini

2018 Chief Technology Officer of Airbus, Member of the Executive Committee

John Harrison

51 2015 General Counsel Airbus, Member of the Executive Committee

Christian Scherer

2018 Member of the Executive Committee, Chief Commercial Officer

Fernando Alonso

62 2015 Head of Military Aircraft, Airbus Defense and Space; Member of the Executive Committee

Bruno Even

49 2018 Chief Executive Officer of Airbus Helicopters, Member of the Executive Committee

Dirk Hoke

49 2016 Chief Executive Officer Airbus Defence and Space, Member of the Executive Committee

C. Jeffrey Knittel

58 Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Airbus Americas, Member of the Executive Committee

Klaus Richter

53 2017 Chief Procurement Officer Airbus Group and Airbus, Member of the Executive Committee

Tom Williams

66 2015 Chief Operating Officer Airbus Commercial Aircraft, Member of the Executive Committee

George Xu

46 2018 Chief Executive Officer of Airbus China, Member of the Executive Committee

Victor Chu

61 2018 Non-Executive Independent Director

Jean-Pierre Clamadieu

60 2018 Non-Executive Independent Director

Ralph Crosby

70 2013 Non-Executive Independent Director

Paul Drayson

2017 Non-Executive Independent Director

Catherine Guillouard

53 2016 Non-Executive Independent Director

Hermann-Josef Lamberti

62 2007 Non-Executive Independent Director

Maria Amparo Moraleda Martinez

2015 Non-Executive Independent Director

Claudia Nemat

49 2016 Non-Executive Independent Director

Rene Obermann

55 2018 Non-Executive Independent Director

Carlos Tavares

60 2016 Non-Executive Independent Director

Julie Kitcher

Head of Investor Relations and Financial Communication

Biographies

Name Description

Denis Ranque

Mr. Denis Ranque has served as Non-Executive Independent Chairman of Airbus SE since April 2, 2013. He was Independent Director of the Company between March 27, 2013 and April 2, 2013. He began his career at the French Ministry for Industry, where he held various positions in the energy sector, before joining the Thomson group in 1983 as Planning Director. The following year, he moved to the electron tubes division, first as Director of space business, then, from 1986, as Director of the division's microwave tubes department. Two years later, the electron tubes division became the affiliate Thomson Tubes Electroniques, and Mr. Ranque took over as Chief Executive of this subsidiary in 1989. In April 1992, he was appointed Chairman and CEO of Thomson Sintra Activites Sous-marines. Four years later, he became CEO of Thomson Marconi Sonar, the sonar systems joint venture set up by Thomson-CSF and GEC-Marconi. In January 1998, Mr. Ranque was appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Thomson-CSF group, now called Thales. He resigned from this position in May 2009, as a consequence of a change in shareholding. From February 2010 to June 2012 he was Non-Executive Chairman of Technicolor. Since October 2001, he has also been Chairman of the Board of the Ecole des Mines ParisTech, and since September 2002, Chairman of the Cercle de l'Industrie; both mandates ended in June 2012. He is a graduate of France's Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole des Mines de Paris. He is also Chairman of Scilab Entreprise and Director of Saint Gobain. Member of the E&C Committee and its predecessor, the temporary Ad-Hoc Committee, since the beginning of 2017. He is Chairman of the Ethics and Compliance Committee of the Company.

Thomas Enders

Dr. Thomas (Tom) Enders has been serving as Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee, Executive Director of Airbus SE as of May 31, 2012 and has resigned from these positions as of April 12, 2019. Within the Company, Tom previously served as Head of Airbus, Member of the Executive Committee from August 2007 to May 31, 2012; Member of the Executive Committee, Head of Airbus, Executive Director from 2007 to August 2007; Co-Chief Executive Officer, Director between June 2005 and 2007; and CEO of the Defence & Security Systems Division between 2000 and June 2005. He studied Economics, Political Science and History at the Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitaet Bonn and at the University of California in Los Angeles. Prior to joining the aerospace industry in 1991 (Messerschmitt-Boelkow-Blohm), he worked, inter alia, as a Member of the Planungsstab of the German Minister of Defense. At MBB and subsequently DASA he held various positions, including Chief of Staff, Director Corporate Development & Technology, and Head of Defence Systems. Following the creation of the Company in 2000, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the EADS Defense and Security Systems Division, holding this position until 2005 when he was appointed co-CEO of the Company. Mr. Enders was President of the BDLI (German Aerospace Industry Association) from 2005 to 2012. Moreover, from 2005 to 2009 he chaired the Atlantik-Bruecke e.V.

Harald Wilhelm

Mr. Harald Wilhelm started serving as Chief Financial Officer of Airbus, Member of the Executive Committee within Airbus SE on June 1, 2012 and resigned from these positions as of April 10, 2019. Previously, Mr. Wilhelm was Airbus Chief Controlling Officer and deputy to the Chief Financial Officer, a position he held since 1st January 2007. Prior to this, Mr. Wilhelm was Senior Vice President, Airbus Financial Control, a role he held since 2003. Mr. Wilhelm joined Airbus in 2000 as Senior Vice President, Accounting, Tax and Financial Services. Before joining Airbus, Harald Wilhelm was Vice President M & A (mergers and acquisitions) at DaimlerChrysler-Aerospace from 1998, where he worked on projects including the integration of Airbus as a single company. He was also Senior Manager M&A at Daimler-Benz Aerospace from 1995 and Manager M & A for the company between 1992 and 1993. Mr. Wilhelm has a degree in Business Studies from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet, Muenchen.

Fouad Attar

Mr. Fouad Attar serves as Managing Director for Airbus Middle East of Airbus SE. Attar joined Airbus Middle East in 2006 as Deputy President - head of commercial. Airbus Middle East is a subsidiary that became fully operational on September 1, 2006. Attar graduated from Ecole Nationale Superieure de l'Aeronautique et de l'Espace as an aeronautical engineer and holds a business and management degree from IAE Toulouse. He is married with two children and is fluent in five languages. Attar started his career at Airbus in 1984 as a flight simulator engineer at the Airbus Training Centre in Toulouse. Following this he spent 13 years in various management positions at Royal Air Maroc before joining Air France Industries as their Vice President marketing and sales. After Air France Industries and prior to joining Airbus Middle East, Attar was Senior Vice President marketing, sales and business development at EADS Sogerma Services. With over 25 years of aviation experience, Attar has considerable aviation industry experience and has contributed to the growth of the sector in the region.

Stefano Bortoli

Stephane Ginoux

Mr. Stephane Ginoux has served as President Airbus Japan K.K. within Airbus SE since July 2010. In this position, he has overall responsibility for Airbus activities in Japan. In addition to this role, he serves as Representative for Japan of Airbus from November 2016. He was dispatched to Japan in 1992 by the French Ministry of Finances in the frame of an exchange of experts between the Japanese and the French Governments. He was then trained at MITI and assigned to the Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) in Tokyo, where he stayed for almost 3 years. In 1995, he became Commercial Attaché in charge of transport and mechanical affairs at the French Embassy in Tokyo. In 1996, he was appointed Deputy Representative of Eurocopter Tokyo office and promoted to Representative of Eurocopter in Japan in August 1997. In addition to being Representative of Eurocopter, he became President of Eurocopter Service Japan in 1998, a company dedicated to technical support and guidance to the Japanese customers. In August 2001, he was appointed Director of EuroHeli Corporation, a joint venture created with Itochu to distribute Eurocopter helicopters in Japan. He was promoted to Managing Director of EuroHeli Corporation in June 2004. After the successful merger with Euroheli in April 2009, the name of the company was changed into Eurocopter Japan and Ginoux appointed as the President. In July 2009 after another merger with ANA helicopter maintenance branch, Eurocopter Japan T&E was created, as a subsidiary of Eurocopter Japan in charge of maintenance, training and customization activities. In addition to Eurocopter Japan, he also assumed the function of President of Eurocopter Japan T&E since July 2009. Eurocopter Japan merged with Eurocopter Japan T&E in April 2012. In January 2014, Eurocopter Japan changed its name to Airbus Helicopters Japan. He served as President until October 2016. He graduated from Universite Paris Dauphine, Department of Economics, from Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, INSEAD.

Barbara Bergmeier

Ms. Barbara Bergmeier has been appointed Head of Operations and Member the Executive Committee of Airbus as of December 1, 2018. Before joining Draxlmaier Group in 2014, she worked at automotive company BMW Group where she held various senior management positions from 1990. Among others, she was Senior Vice President HR Management/Services at the company's headquarters in Munich, Vice President Chassis & Drive Components in Dingolfing, Germany and Vice President Assembly and Logistics at BMW's Spartanburg plant in the U.S. Ms. Bergmeier holds a degree in business administration from the University of Applied Sciences in Landshut, Germany.

Thierry Baril

Mr. Thierry Baril has served as Chief Human Resources Officer Airbus, Member of the Executive Committee of Airbus SE since June 1, 2012. He joined Airbus in 2007 as Executive Vice President, Human Resources, and Member of the Airbus Executive Committee. Prior to this, Mr. Baril was Executive Vice President Human Resources at Eurocopter and member of the Eurocopter Executive Committee since January 2003. Mr. Baril started working for Boccard SA in 1988 as deputy to the Human Resources Director and transferred to Laborde & Kupfer-Repelec, a subsidiary of GEC ALSTHOM, as Human Resources Manager in 1991. From there, Mr. Baril moved on to Alstom Energy where he successively held the position of Human Resources Director of the company’s Belfort site from 1995 and then that of Vice President Human Resources of Alstom Energy Group. Following on from his experience in Alstom Energy, Mr. Baril then became Managing Director Europe, Human Resources for GE (General Electric) at their Belfort Headquarters in 1998 and from December 2000 he was Vice President Human Resources of Alcatel Space at their headquarters in Toulouse. Mr. Baril holds a University Degree in Personnel Management from Institut Universitaire de Technologie and a Business Degree in Human Resources Management and Development obtained at the Institut de Gestion Sociale (IGS) in Paris in 1988.

Grazia Vittadini

Ms. Grazia Vittadini has served as Chief Technology Officer of Airbus, Member of the Executive Committee of Airbus SE since May 1, 2018. Furthermore, she serves as Director of the Airbus Foundation Board and as a member of the Inclusion and Diversity Steering Committee. Previously, Vittadini was Executive Vice President Head of Engineering since January 2017 and member of Executive Committee of Airbus Defense and Space. Prior to this position, she had been Senior Vice President Head of Corporate Audit & Forensic, responsible for Airbus Group audit activities worldwide. Since January 2013 and for one year and a half, Grazia was Vice President Head of Airframe Design and Technical Authority for all Airbus aircraft. Always leading transnational teams in multiple locations, she also served as Chief Engineer on the Wing High Lift Devices of the A380 in Bremen from First Flight to In-Service (2005-2009) and then contributed to securing First Flight and Type Certification of the A350 XWB aircraft as Head of Major Structural Tests in Hamburg. The Major Tests for A320 Extended Service Goal, A380 and A400M were also in her scope. Vittadini began her professional career on the Italian side of the Eurofighter Consortium, before joining Airbus Operations in Germany in 2002 and setting on her path towards senior management positions. Grazia Vittadini graduated in Aeronautical Engineering and she specialized in Aerodynamics from the Politecnico di Milano.

John Harrison

Mr. John Harrison has served as General Counsel Airbus, Member of the Executive Committee of Airbus SE since June 8, 2015. Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England & Wales, John Harrison completed his academic studies at the McGill University, Montreal, Canada. He holds a Bachelor LL.B. (Hons) and Masters LL.M. of Laws degree. John Harrison began his career in 1991 at the international law firm Clifford Chance, working consecutively in their London, New York and Paris offices. He joined Airbus then Technip S.A. where he served as Group General Counsel and Member of the Group Executive Committee from 2007-2015. Prior to joining Technip, Mr. Harrison fulfilled various senior legal positions in Airbus Group companies over a ten year period culminating his tenure from 2003-2007 as General Counsel of the EADS Defense Division.

Christian Scherer

Mr. Christian Scherer has been appointed Chief Commercial Officer and Member of the Executive Committee at Airbus SE as of September 14, 2018. Mr. Scherer, CEO of ATR since October 2016, held many senior management positions within the Group. At Airbus, where he started his career in 1984, he served as Head of Contracts, Leasing Markets and Deputy Head of Sales as well as Head of Strategy and Future Programmes. At Airbus Defence and Space, he headed Marketing & Sales. Born in Duisburg, Germany, and raised in Toulouse, France, Christian Scherer holds an MBA Degree from the University of Ottawa in international marketing and graduated from the Paris Business School (ESCP).

Fernando Alonso

Mr. Fernando Alonso has served as Head of Military Aircraft, Airbus Defense and Space; Member of the Executive Committee of Airbus SE since March 1, 2015. He was named as Head of Military Aircraft, Airbus Defense and Space on 29 January 2015 and took up the position on 1 March 2015. He is a member of the Airbus Defense and Space Executive Committee and on 1 July 2015 was appointed to the Airbus Group Executive Committee. Previously he was Senior Vice President Flight and Integration Tests, Head of Flight Operations since September 2007, and, before that, Vice President Flight Test Division since February 2002. He began his professional career with McDonnell Douglas in Long Beach, California in 1979 as a performance engineer in the company’s flight test department. Three years later, he joined Airbus as a performance engineer in the flight division. While remaining with Airbus, he graduated as a flight test engineer in 1990, and then became a flight test engineer responsible for aircraft performance of the A330, A340 and A321. Between 1995 and 2002, he was responsible for the development of flight controls and handling qualities during the flight test programs of the A319, A330-200, A340-500 and A340-600. Subsequently, he was deeply involved in the organization and coordination of the flight test campaign of the A380. During a career at Airbus that has spanned more than 30 years, he has accumulated more than 4,300 hours of flight tests. He was a flight test engineer on the maiden flights of A340-200 in 1992, the A319 in 1997, the A380 in April 2005 and most recently the A350 XWB in June 2013. He obtained a degree from Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (Aeronautical Engineers) in 1979.

Bruno Even

Mr. Bruno Even has served as Chief Executive Officer of Airbus Helicopters, Member of the Executive Committee within Airbus SE since April 1, 2018. Bruno Even comes to Airbus from Safran where he was CEO of the Helicopter Engines business since 2015. A graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique, Bruno Even joined the French Ministry of Defense in 1992 where he was in charge of the space component's development for the Helios II satellite. In 1997, he transferred to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to become technical advisor for the Director of Strategic Affairs, Security and Disarmament. In 1999, he joined Safran Helicopter Engines (ex-Turbomeca) where he held a number of management posts up to Executive Vice President Support and Services. From 2013 to 2015, he was CEO of Safran Electronics & Defense (ex-Sagem).

Dirk Hoke

Mr. Dirk Hoke has served as Chief Executive Officer Airbus Defence and Space, Member of the Executive Committee within Airbus SE since April 1, 2016. He started on 1 January as Deputy CEO. He is a member of the Airbus Executive Committee. Dirk Hoke joined Airbus from Siemens, where he had been CEO of the Large Drives Business Unit since 2014. He has held various executive-level positions at Siemens since becoming CEO of the Cluster Western & Central Africa in 2008. His career spans 21 years and five continents. In 1994, Dirk Hoke began his professional career as R&D Engineer for process and software analysis in the automotive industry at Renault in Paris. In 1996, he joined Siemens through an international trainee program with assignments in Germany, Argentina and Austria. He then held various management posts in the Transportation Systems Division based in Germany. He relocated to Sacramento, USA, as Head of the Transportation Systems restructuring team in 2001. Dirk Hoke continued his professional career at Siemens as General Manager for the Transrapid Propulsion and Power Supply Subdivision from 2002 to 2005 including the Shanghai “Maglev” project. He was then promoted to President of Siemens Transportation Systems China and made Siemens the largest foreign railway supplier in the country. In 2008, Dirk Hoke moved to Morocco to lead Siemens’ Africa activities. He returned to Germany in 2011 to become the Division CEO of Industrial Solutions with the special task to build up the services business for the Industry Sector. Afterwards, he was called upon to restructure the Large Drives Business Unit. Dirk Hoke holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Brunswick, Germany. In 2010, Dirk Hoke became a member of the Young Global Leader Class of the World Economic Forum and in 2013, member of the Baden Baden Entrepreneur Talks.

C. Jeffrey Knittel

Mr. C. Jeffrey (Jeff) Knittel serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Airbus Americas, Member of the Executive Committee of Airbus SE. He is the Chairman and CEO of Airbus Americas, Inc., responsible for Airbus’ commercial aircraft business throughout the Americas, as well as for providing leadership for the company’s helicopters and space and defense businesses in North America. With more than 5,000 employees, Airbus Americas is the U.S.-based operation of Airbus, encompassing the regional corporate offices, engineering centers, training facilities, MROs and spare parts distribution centers, as well as manufacturing facilities producing commercial aircraft, helicopters and satellites. He is also a member of the Executive Committee of Airbus. He has more than 35 years of experience in aerospace and transportation finance. Before joining Airbus, he had been Chief Executive Officer of C2 Aviation Capital (C2), a leasing company focused on acquiring, leasing and managing commercial aircraft around the world. Prior to leading C2 Aviation Capital, he served since 1986 in a series of senior leadership positions at CIT Group Inc. – most recently as President of CIT Transportation Finance, a $21 billion diversified organization that provided leasing and financing solutions for the aerospace, rail and maritime industries, including commercial airlines, business aircraft operators, railroads and shippers. From 1982 to 1986, he held various senior management positions with Manufacturers Hanover Leasing Corporation. He began his career with the Cessna Finance Company. He is a trustee of the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, a member of the Board of the USO of Metropolitan New York, and a member emeritus of the Board of Governors of the Wings Club. He holds a bachelor’s degree in aviation management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. In addition, he graduated from the Advanced Management Program at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School.

Klaus Richter

Mr. Klaus Richter has served as Chief Procurement Officer Airbus Group and Airbus, Member of the Executive Committee of Airbus SE since January 1, 2017. He served as Chief Procurement Officer Airbus & Airbus Commercial Aircraft, Member of the Executive Committee of the Company between January 1, 2015 and January 1, 2017. In this function, he is a member of the Airbus Group Executive Committee and the Airbus Executive Committee. In addition, he serves as the Chairman of the Board of Airbus in Germany. He is in charge of procurement across the entire Airbus organization, having responsibility for developing strong partnerships with suppliers and ensuring timely delivery of all purchased goods on cost and with the proper quality. In addition, Richter leads the General Procurement Organization of Airbus Group. He coordinates strategic procurement topics, as well as the development and application of procurement processes and tools across all Airbus Group Divisions. Richter is also responsible for the Airbus Group Regional Sourcing Offices in the U.S., India, China and Brazil. Richter joined Airbus Group in November 2007 as Executive Vice President Procurement for Airbus. Before joining the Group, Richter was Senior Vice President Materials Purchasing for BMW, based in Munich, Germany. In this position, he was heading all supplier relations for direct materials and equipment across the entire company. Klaus Richter began his professional career with McKinsey & Company in 1993 as a management consultant for automotive, electronics and aerospace businesses and product development, a role which he retained until he joined the BMW Group in 2003 as Head of Purchasing Strategy for production materials. He graduated from the Technical University Munich where he obtained a doctorate in mechanical engineering in 1991. After graduation he received a Humboldt scholarship and spent two years as a researcher and teacher at the University of California at Berkeley.

Tom Williams

Mr. Tom Williams was appointed as Chief Operating Officer Airbus Commercial Aircraft, Member of the Executive Committee of Airbus SE from January 1, 2015 until December 31, 2018. Previously, he was Airbus Executive Vice President Programs, a position he held since July 2005. In this role he was in charge of ensuring the profitability of the civil programs, of leading the product policy and the development of new products, as well as ensuring proper delivery to the customers. Before being appointed to this position, he had been Executive Vice President Procurement from February 2004. After completing an apprenticeship with Rolls-Royce Aero Engines in 1972, Tom Williams went on to carry out increasingly senior roles in a number of U.K. manufacturing companies. In 1992 he was appointed Operations Manager for Cummins Engines, looking after all manufacturing at the company’s 1,200-strong Scottish factory. At the start of 1995 he became Manufacturing and Business Group Director for the Sensors activity of Pilkington Optronics - a joint venture with Thomson CSF of France. Focusing initially on the introduction of ‘lean manufacturing’ techniques, he also became involved in integrating Thorn EMI Electro Optics into the business. Williams joined British Aerospace (now BAE Systems) in 1997 as Site Director and General Manager at the Prestwick site of the company’s Aero-structures division. Two years later he was appointed Operations Director – Internal Supply, within the company’s Military Aircraft and Aero-structures Division, then Euro-fighter Operations Director with responsibilities that included manufacturing and other business functions at the Warton and Salmesbury sites of BAE Systems. In November 2000, he became Managing Director and General Manager of Airbus UK, a position he held until he became Airbus’ Executive Vice President Procurement in 2004. During his apprenticeship he gained an HNC in Production Engineering and in 1988 an MBA from the University of Glasgow.

George Xu

Mr. George Xu has served as Chief Executive Officer of Airbus China, Member of the Executive Committee of Airbus SE since January 8, 2018. As country head of Airbus China, he is responsible for all Airbus Commercial Aircraft business activities and providing leadership to the company’s Helicopters and Defense and Space businesses in China. In 1995, Xu worked for the Tianjin Economic and Technology Development Area Administrative Committee. He was nominated Deputy Director of the Investment Promotion Bureau of Tianjin Free Trade Zone in 2003 and was promoted as its Director in 2005, when he started to actively participate in the Airbus A320 Family Final Assembly Line program jointly initiated by Airbus and its Chinese partners. From 2008 to 2011, Xu was Deputy GM of Airbus Tianjin A320 Family Final Assembly Line and in parallel Director of the Investment Promotion Bureau of Tianjin Free Trade Zone Administrative Committee. In 2011, he was appointed Chairman of Board of Airbus Tianjin Final Assembly Line and Vice President of Tianjin Free Trade Zone Administrative Committee. In 2014, Xu was nominated and worked full time as Party Secretary of Tianjin Youth League until 2017. George Xu received a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Information Management System from Tianjin University and Master of Business Administration from Roosevelt University of Chicago. He also received a Doctorate degree in Economics from Nankai University.

Victor Chu

Mr. Victor Lap-Lik Chu has served as Non-Executive Independent Director of Airbus SE since April 11, 2018. He graduated as a lawyer in London. He was admitted to practice law in England and Hong Kong. After completing his training with Herbert Smith, the City law firm, Victor moved back to Hong Kong in 1982 with Herbert Smith. He has since handled a wide array of mandates in the field of corporate, commercial and securities law, with special emphasis on China and regional investment transactions. In late 1985, he founded Victor Chu & Co., which has become one of the leading law firms in Hong Kong. In 1988, he created the First Eastern Investment Group, a Hong Kongbased international investment firm. First Eastern specializes in private equity investments, venture capital investments and investments in the expansion stage of business development. Victor Chu was part of the first wave of specialists in the Chinese market. He penetrated China early and built a lot of relationships at the highest level in the country. He has been instrumental in gaining the confidence of major international investors and institutions ready to co-invest with First Eastern Investment Group. Key projects have included toll roads, water treatment operations, property and manufacturing industries and FinTech, as well as the launch of Japanese budget airline Peach Aviation. He is an extremely respected business figure in Hong Kong and Asia. In addition to his business activities, he has been very active with several international institutions such as The World Economic Forum and The Royal Institute of International Affairs. He is also a generous philanthropist in the field of environmental protection (Global Ocean Commission, WWF) and education. Current mandates: Chairman and CEO of the First Eastern Investment Group, Member of the Board of China Merchants China Direct, Member of the Board of Grand Harbour Marina PLC Page 2 of 2. LLB University College London 1979. Member of the Audit Committee as of April 11, 2018.

Jean-Pierre Clamadieu

Mr. Jean-Pierre Clamadieu has served as Non-Executive Independent Director of Airbus SE since April 11, 2018. He graduated (1981) from Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Paris before becoming Chief Engineer of the Corps of Mines. Between 1981 - 1993, he worked mainly for the French Ministry of lndustry and as Technical Advisor to the Minister of Labor. In 1993, he joined RhonePoulenc to develop new activities in the field of automobile pollution control. ln the following years, he held several executive positions in the Rhodia group, as President of Rhodia's Chemicals in Latin America, President of Rhodia Eco Services, Senior VicePresident for Rhodia Corporate Purchasing, President of Rhodia Organic Fine Chemicals division and President of Rhodia Pharmaceuticals & Agrochemicals division. In October 2003, he was appointed CEO of Rhodia, and became its chairman & CEO in March 2008. Following a merger between Rhodia and the Belgian chemical group Solvay in 2011, he was appointed CEO of the new Solvay group. Since his appointment, he led the integration of the new group and its transformation into a major player in the field of specialty chemicals and advanced materials, which combines industrial competitiveness with the quest for sustainable solutions for its clients. He also promotes an ambitious and coordinated European energy policy. Current mandates: CEO and Member of the Board of Solvay SA, Member of the Board of Axa, Member of the Board of Solvay Finances SA (Luxembourg), Member of the Board of Solvay Specialty Chemicals Asia Pacific Pte.Ltd (Singapore). He has served as Remuneration, Nomination and Governance Committee of the Company since April 11, 2018.

Ralph Crosby

Mr. Ralph D. Crosby, Jr. has served as Non-Executive Independent Director of Airbus SE since March 27, 2013. He was Member of the Executive Committee of EADS from 2009 - 2012 and served as Chairman and CEO of EADS North America from 2002 - 2009. He presently serves as an Independent Director of American Electric Power headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, where he chairs the Human Resources Committee; Ducommun Corporation, headquartered in Los Angeles, where he chairs the Compensation Committee; and Serco, headquartered in London, United Kingdom. Furthermore, Mr. Crosby serves on the Board of Directors, and Executive Committee of the Atlantic Council of the United States. Prior to joining EADS, Mr. Crosby was an Executive with Northrop Grumman Corporation, where he had served as a Member of the Corporate Policy Council with positions including President of the Integrated Systems Sector, Corporate Vice President and General Manager of the company’s Commercial Aircraft Division and Corporate Vice President and General Manager of the B-2 Division. Prior to his industry career, Mr. Crosby served as an officer in the United States Army, where his last military assignment was as military staff assistant to the Vice President of the United States. Mr. Crosby is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point (B.Sc.), and holds Masters degrees from Harvard University, and Institut universitaire de hautes etudes internationales, Geneve. He is the recipient of the James Forrestal Award from the National Defense Industrial Association, and has been awarded Chevalier of the Legion d’Honneur of France. He is Member of the Audit Committee of the Company.

Paul Drayson

Lord Paul Drayson has served as Non-Executive Independent Director of Airbus SE since April 12, 2017. He has served as Member of the Remuneration, Nomination and Governance Committee of the Company since April 12, 2017. He is Member of the Ethics and Compliance Committee of the Company. He graduated as an engineer and finished his PhD in 1985 at Aston University. In 1987 he became Managing Director of The Lambourn Food Company Limited, a subsidiary of the Trebor Group and, after a management buy-out of the Company in 1989, completed its sale to a third party in 1991. The same year, he founded Genisys Development Limited, a consultancy company for new products development and management. In 1993, he co-founded PowderJect Pharmaceuticals Plc and led its business as Chairman and CEO until it was sold to Chiron Corporation, a US company, in 2003. He co-founded Drayson Racing Technologies LLP in 2007 and, in 2014 he set up Drayson Technologies Ltd, an Internet of Things platform company of which he currently is the co-founder, Chairman and CEO. He was also elected chairman of the U.K. BioIndustry Association in 2001 and was appointed to the House of Lords and a Member of the Science and Technology Committee of the House of Lords in 2004. He was then appointed Parliamentary under Secretary of State for Defense Procurement in 2005 and became Minister of State for Defense Equipment & Support in 2006 and Minister of State for Science & Innovation in 2008. Current mandates: Member of the Board of Directors of Airbus SE; Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of Drayson Technologies Ltd; Science Entrepreneur in Residence at Magdalen College, Oxford; Supernumerary Fellow at St. John’s College, Oxford; Member of Project “Oxfordshire Innovation Engine”; Member of Her Majesty’s Privy Council; Member of the House of Lords; Co-Founder and Trustee of Drayson Foundation.

Catherine Guillouard

Ms. Catherine Guillouard has served as Non-Executive Independent Director of Airbus SE since 2016. She began her career in 1993 at the Ministry of Economy in the French Treasury working for the department in charge of the Africa-CFA zone and later in the Banking Affairs Department. She joined Air France in 1997 as IPO Senior Project Manager. She was subsequently appointed Deputy Vice-President Finance Controlling in 1999, Senior Vice-President of Flight Operations in 2001, Senior Vice-President of Human Resources and Change Management in 2003 and Senior Vice-President of Finance in 2005. On September 2007, Guillouard joined Eutelsat as Chief Financial Officer and member of the Group Executive Committee. She joined Rexel on April 2013 as Chief Financial Officer and Group Senior Vice-President. Since May 2014, she is Deputy Chief Executive Officer. She also serves as Member of the Board of Directors of Engie, Member of the “Comite de la Strategie, des Investissements et des Technologies” of Engie. She is Member of the Audit Committee, and Member of the Ethics and Compliance Committee of the Company. Member of the E&C Committee and its predecessor, the temporary Ad-Hoc Committee, since the beginning of 2017.

Hermann-Josef Lamberti

Mr. Hermann-Josef M. Lamberti has served as Non-Executive Independent Director of Airbus SE since October 22, 2007. Chairman of the Audit Committee as of October 22, 2007. He is Member of the Ethics and Compliance Committee of the Company. Member of the E&C Committee and its predecessor, the temporary Ad-Hoc Committee, since 2017. He is Member of the Management Board of Deutsche Bank since 1999 and is the bank’s Chief Operating Officer. From 1985, he held various management positions within IBM, working in Europe and the United States, in the fields of controlling, internal application development, sales, personal software, marketing and brand management. In 1997, he was appointed Chairman of the Management of IBM Germany. He started his career in 1982 with Touche Ross in Toronto, before joining the Chemical Bank in Frankfurt. Mr. Lamberti studied Business Administration at Universitaet zu Koeln and University of Dublin. He is currently Member of the Supervisory Boards of BVV Versicherungsverein des Bankgewerbes A.G. und BVV Versorgungskasse des Bankgewerbes e.V., Carl Zeiss AG, Deutsche Boerse AG, and Deutsche Bank Privat-und Geschaeftskunden AG; Member of the Board of Management of Arbeitgeberverband des privaten Bankgewerbes e:V.; Member of the Advisory Board of Barmenia Versicherungen Wuppertal; Deputy Member of the Deposit Insurance Committee of Bundesverband deutscher Banken e:V.; Delegate of the Delegates’ Assembly of the Deposit Insurance Committee of Bundesverbank deutscher Banken e.V.; Member of the Financial Community Germany Committee of Bundesverband deutscher Banken e.V.; Member of the Board of Management of Deutsches Aktieninstitut e.V.; Member of the Board of Trustees of e-Finance Lab Frankfurt am Main; Member of the Stock Exchange Council of Eurex Deutschland; Member of the Stock Exchange Council of Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse AG; Chairman of the Society of Freunde der Bachwoche Ansbach e.V.; and Member of the Board of Trustees of Institute for Law and Finance Frankfurt; amongst others.

Maria Amparo Moraleda Martinez

Ms. Maria Amparo Moraleda Martinez has served as Non-Executive Independent Director of Airbus SE since 2015. She graduated as an industrial engineer from Universidad Pontificia Comillas ICAI - ICADE and holds a PDG from Instituto de Estudios Superiores de la Empresa (IESE). Between January 2009 and February 2012, she was Chief Operating Officer of Iberdrola SA's International Division with responsibility for the United Kingdom and the United States. She also headed Iberdrola Engineering and Construction from January 2009 to January 2011. Previously, she served as General Manager of IBM Spain and Portugal (2001-2009). In 2005 her area of responsibility was extended to encompass Greece, Israel and Turkey as well. Between 2000 and 2001, she was executive assistant to the chairman and CEO of IBM Corporation. From 1998 to 2000, she was General Manager of INSA (a subsidiary of IBM Global Services). From 1995 to 1997, she was HR Director for EMEA at IBM Global Services and from 1988 to 1995 held various professional and management positions at IBM Espana. She is also a member of various boards and trusts of different institutions and bodies, including the Academy of Social Sciences and the Environment of Andalusia, the Board of Trustees of the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Madrid and the International Advisory Board of the Instituto de Empresa Busniess School and member of the Madrid Advisory Board of IESE. Current mandates: Member of the Board of Directors of Alstom S.A., Member of the Board of Directors of Faurecia S.A., Member of the Board of Directors of Solvay S.A., Member of the Board of Directors of Melia Hotels International S.A.; Member of the Supervisory Board of CSIC (Consejo Superior d’Investigaciones Cientificas). Member of the Advisory Board of KPMG Spain. Member of the E&C Committee and its predecessor, the temporary Ad-Hoc Committee, since the beginning of 2017. She is Member of the Ethics and Compliance Committee. She is Chair of the Remuneration, Nomination and Governance Committee.

Claudia Nemat

Ms. Claudia Nemat has served as Non-Executive Independent Director of Airbus SE since 2016. She has been a member of the Board of Management of Deutsche Telekom AG since October 2011 and is responsible for the Board area Europe and Technology. Before joining Deutsche Telekom AG, Claudia Nemat spent 17 years working for McKinsey & Company where she was elected Partner in 2000, and Senior Partner (“Director”) in 2006. Among other responsibilities during her time there, she was co-leader of the global Technology Sector and led the unit for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Her main areas of expertise include large-scale strategic and operational turnaround and transformation programs, especially for global technology companies as well as in the software and telecommunications industries. She also led McKinsey’s initiatives on Europe based global technology leadership. Nemat has worked in numerous European countries as well as North and South America. Since 2013, she has been a member of the Supervisory Board of Lanxess AG. Claudia Nemat studied physics at Universitaet zu Koeln, where she also taught at the department of Physics and Mathematics. She is Member of the Remuneration, Nomination and Governance Committee of the Company.

Rene Obermann

Mr. Rene Richard Obermann has served as Non-Executive Independent Director of Airbus SE since April 11, 2018. In February 2015 he joined Warburg Pincus, a leading private equity firm, as a Managing Director and Partner. Subsequent to investments made by Warburg Pincus, he assumed roles as Non-Executive Chairman of the Board at 1&1 Internet SE and Strato AG and Non-Executive Director of inexio KGaA. Furthermore, he serves on the boards of Allianz Deutschland AG, Telenor ASA and ThyssenKrupp AG and is a member of the Editorial Board of DIE ZEIT. He worked as CEO of Ziggo BV in The Netherlands in 2014 until the merger with LibertyGlobal’s UPC in November. Prior to Ziggo, he worked at Deutsche Telekom Group (DT) from 1998 until 2013. After running DT’s mobile division (T-Mobile International), he was appointed as CEO of Deutsche Telekom AG in November 2006, where he remained until December 2013. He began his career with a business traineeship at BMW AG in Munich. Next, he founded his own business in Münster in 1986: ABC Telekom, a company marketing and distributing telecommunication equipment and providing technical services. After the acquisition of ABC Telekom by Hutchison Whampoa in 1991, he became Managing Partner of the resulting company: Hutchison Mobilfunk GmbH. Between 1993 and 1998, he was CEO of that company. From 2007-2013, he also served as Vice President of the German Association for Information Technology, Telecommunications and New Media (BITKOM). Current mandates: Managing Director of Warburg Pincus LLC; Member of the Board of Telenor ASA; Member of the Supervisory Board of Thyssenkrupp AG; Member of the Supervisory Board of Allianz Deutschland AG; Member of the Supervisory Board of Inexio Informationstechnologie und Telekommunikation KGaA; Chairman of the Supervisory Board of 1&1 Internet SE; Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Strato AG. He is Member of the Audit Committee of the Company.

Carlos Tavares

Mr. Carlos Tavares has served as Non-Executive Independent Director of Airbus SE since 2016. Carlos Tavares is a graduate of Ecole Centrale de Paris. He held a number of different positions with the Renault Group from 1981 to 2004 before joining Nissan. In 2009, he was appointed Executive Vice President, Chairman of the Management Committee Americas and President of Nissan North America. He was named Group Chief Operating Officer of Renault in 2011. Since 1 January 2014, he has joined the Managing Board of PSA Peugeot Citroen. He was named Chairman of the Managing Board since 31 March 2014. Current mandates: Member of the Board of Directors of Airbus SE; Director of Banque PSA Finance; Director of Faurecia SA; Chairman of the Board of Directors of Peugeot Citroen Automobiles SA; Member of the Board of Directors of Total Group.

Julie Kitcher