All posts tagged "Airbus"
Airbus to sell 430 planes to Phoenix-based Indigo for $49.5B
Boeing reached an agreement with low-cost carrier FlyDubai to sell 225 Boeing 737 MAX 10 aircraft.
- Posted November 15, 2017
Airbus, Samsung, others lobby Trump team on investment
By Paul Wiseman WASHINGTON, D.C. — At a time of public skepticism about globalization, a dozen CEOs from foreign-based companies with big U.S. operations meet Tuesday with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and congressional...
- Posted April 3, 2017
Airbus profit dives on problems with A400M military jet
PARIS — Surprise new costs for the long-troubled Airbus A400M military jet sent the European plane maker’s profits plunging last year and will weigh on the company’s financial prospects through next year, even as it forecast a...
- Posted February 22, 2017
Trade body: Boeing was offered illegal tax breaks in US
$5.7 billion in subsidies were illegal
- Posted November 29, 2016
UK Serious Fraud Office Launches Criminal Probe into Airbus
LONDON – Britain’s Serious Fraud Office is investigating allegations of fraud, bribery and corruption in the civil aviation business of Airbus Group. The European aircraft maker says in a statement released Sunday it has been informed of...
- Posted August 8, 2016
Boeing, Airbus Offer Rosy Outlooks for Aircraft Demand
Boeing announced a planned expansion for its British operation
- Posted July 11, 2016
France Opens Manslaughter Inquiry into EgyptAir Crash
Investigators say the black boxes have arrived in Paris, where technicians will attempt to repair them
- Posted June 27, 2016
Egyptair Says Plane Carrying 69 Has Disappeared from Radar
CAIRO – An EgyptAir flight from Paris to Cairo carrying 59 passengers and 10 crew disappeared from radar early Thursday morning, the airline said. The Airbus A320 most likely crashed into the sea, Ihab Raslan, a spokesman...
- Posted May 19, 2016
European Space Agency Launches New Laser Communications Hub
BERLIN – The European Space Agency says a new laser terminal has been launched into orbit as part of wider efforts to develop Europe’s first optical communications network, a system able to monitor natural disasters and other...
- Posted January 30, 2016
Analysis: Iran Deals may not Herald Rapid Changes
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – The lifting of crippling international sanctions linked to Iran’s nuclear program and the flurry of diplomacy that led to the release of Americans held by Tehran suggests a new era could be...
- Posted January 18, 2016