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  1. Hexcel Is Taking Off To New HighsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    Profile: The demand for fuel efficient airplanes has driven growth in demand for the use of carbon fibers to reduce weight. Hexcel manufactures carbon fibers used by Boeing and Airbus .

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  2. Strong Performance for Concept LaserRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | F&M Magazine

    ... 2014 German Innovation Award for co-developing the first additively manufactured titanium component onboard the Airbus A350 XWB. 2014 results reflect rapid growth The fast-growing acceptance of additive manufacturing in the markets and the ...

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  3. Airbus commits to a British futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Independent

    There has been speculation that the giant European plane manufacturer could reduce its UK presence if Britain votes to leave the European Union. Jamie Dunkley, in Munich, learns that this departure is not destined for take-off Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.

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  4. Airbus Fiscal Year 2014: The Key Highlights You Need to KnowRead the original story

    Friday | GuruFocus.com

    ... it picked up later. In 2014, Boeing delivered 114 Dreamliners which raised its delivery figures. In contrast, Airbus A350 recently entered service, and its deliveries are yet to gather pace. Once Airbus is able to do that, the company's deliveries ...

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  5. Airbus delivers 629 civil aircraft in 2014, adjusts A320/A330 productionRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 3 | Air Transport World

    Airbus Group delivered a record 629 civil aircraft in 2014 and announced plans to increase the A320 production rate from 42 to 50 aircraft per month starting in 2017. It will also cut the A330 production rate to six aircraft per month in 2016.

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  6. Airbus to step up production of A320 aircraftRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNetwork

    The wings for Airbus are manufactured in Broughton and the aerospace giant plans to increase the number of A320s per month from 42 to 50 aircraft by 2017 The aerospace giant said it would increase output of its A320 family to 50 aircraft a month by 2017 amid strong demand for more fuel-efficient short-haul passenger aircraft worldwide - an increase from 42 currently and more than the 46 per month it had previously planned from 2016. The news came as Airbus announced a 15% increase in 2014 profit on higher plane deliveries.

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  7. Passenger jets lift Airbus 2014 earningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sympatico Finance

    European aerospace giant Airbus has reported higher-than-expected earnings for last year, boosted by strong sales of its civilian aircraft. Problems with its A400M military plane, however, weighed on profits.

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  8. Airbus FY profit up 59%; to pay record dividendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | MarketWatch

    Airbus Group on Friday said it would boost production of its popular A320 single-aisle jet, as Europe's largest plane maker reported a 59% rise in full-year profit despite problems with a big military aircraft program. Net income in 2014 was 2.34 billion euros , the Toulouse, France-based company said, compared with EUR1.47 billion a year earlier, when earnings were weighed down by costs linked to the new A350 long-range jet that entered service in January.

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  9. Airbus profits take off in 2014, no turbulence seen in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Bangkok Post

    Airbus Group said Friday its net profit soared 59 percent in 2014 thanks to record deliveries of passenger jets and that it expects revenue and operating profits to climb further this year. The company, best known for its passenger jets, chalked up a net profit of 2.34 billion euros , which would have been even better had it not been for a provision of 551 million euros for delays to its A400M military transport plane.

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  10. Finnair Highlights Cost Savings Success, Outlines Vision for Profitable Growth in 2014 Annual ReportRead the original story

    Friday | Business Wire

    ... implementing its new commercial strategy. The company also began extensive preparations for the delivery of 19 Airbus A350 XWB aircraft, the first four of which are due to enter service in the second half of 2015. On 11 February Finnair published ...

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  11. Airbus Group Achieves Record Revenues, EBIT* And Order Backlog In 2014Read the original story

    Thursday | PR-inside.com

    Airbus Group Achieves Record Revenues, EBIT* And Order Backlog In 2014 * Revenues increase five percent to a 60.7 billion * Reported EBIT* up 54 percent to a 4.0 billion with a 6.7% return on sales * Earnings per share up 61 percent to a 2.99, despite A400M charge * Free cash flow positive at a 2.0 billion, including a 0.9 billion proceeds from divestments * Proposed 2014 dividend a 1.20 per share, up 60% from a 0.75 in 2013 * Airbus Group targets slight increase in EBIT* before one-off in 2015 * Production rate adjustments: A320 family production up to 50 aircraft a month from Q1 2017; A330 production down to six aircraft per month from Q1 2016 * Airbus order backlog 6,386 aircraft, providing solid platform for growth Amsterdam, 27 February 2015 - Airbus Group reported strong 2014 results, reflecting an improved operational performance with record commercial aircraft deliveries, ... (more)

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  12. Airbus posts higher 2014 profit and increases A320 build ratesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Business Times

    Airbus Group NV reported a 15 per cent gain in annual profit after increasing commercial plane deliveries and announced plans to boost monthly production of its workhorse A320 single-aisle aircraft to 50 a month by 2017. [TOULOUSE] Airbus Group NV reported a 15 per cent gain in annual profit after increasing commercial plane deliveries and announced plans to boost monthly production of its workhorse A320 single-aisle aircraft to 50 a month by 2017.

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  13. Airbus Posts Higher 2014 ProfitRead the original story

    Friday | Bloomberg

    Employees work on a section of Airbus A320 wing inside the A320/A330 wing assembly building at the Airbus Group NV assembly plant in Broughton, U.K. Photographer: Paul Thomas/Bloomberg -- Airbus Group NV reported a 15 percent gain in annual profit after increasing commercial plane deliveries and announced plans to boost monthly production of its workhorse A320 single-aisle aircraft to 50 a month by 2017. Earnings for 2014 before interest, tax and one-time items rose to 4.07 billion euros from 3.54 billion euros, beating estimates by analysts for 3.84 billion euros.

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  14. Airbus pays record dividend as profit jumpsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | MarketWatch

    Airbus Group NV on Friday said it would boost production of its popular A320 single-aisle jet as Europe's largest plane maker reported a 59% rise in profit for last year despite problems with a big military aircraft program. Net income was EUR2.3 billion , the Toulouse, France-based company said, compared with EUR1.5 billion a year earlier when earnings were weighed down by costs linked to the new A350 long-range jet that entered service in January.

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  15. The $1.3bn planes that nobody wantedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NEWS.com.au

    ... different aircraft as potential additions to its fleet, including the latest version of the Boeing 777 and the Airbus A350. Under the potential deals, Boeing will finish all 10 of the aircraft as a condition of delivery, the Puget Sound Business ...

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  16. Airbus A350XWB makes first trip to ParisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Business Journal

    Airbus said in a press release that the plane was carrying media guests on their way to attend the Airbus Group Annual Results event on Feb. 27. Airbus Americas Engineering in Wichita has had as many as 150 people working on the A350 during its design and development.

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  17. TransDigm to Acquire Telair Cargo GroupRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | ThomasNet

    CLEVELAND, TransDigm Group Incorporated announced today a definitive agreement to purchase the Telair Cargo Group of businesses , a global leader in aerospace on-board cargo loading and handling, restraint systems and unit load devices from AAR CORP. , for a total purchase price of approximately $725 million in cash, subject to adjustment.

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  18. AirAsia X chief outlines turnaround planRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Bangkok Post

    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's AirAsia X will cut flights on unprofitable routes, reorganise staff and defer some aircraft deliveries to turn around the loss-making long-haul budget carrier. "Capacity reduction and cost-cutting within the organisation would be two strategies this year," Benyamin Ismail, the acting chief executive of AirAsia X said in a telephone interview yesterday.

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  19. House members urge airliners to have recorders that ejectRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | USA Today

    Several House lawmakers called Wednesday for airliners to have flight recorders that eject and float during an emergency, in order to more easily find planes that crash in the ocean and learned what happened. House members urge airliners to have recorders that eject Several House lawmakers called Wednesday for airliners to have flight recorders that eject and float during an emergency, in order to more easily find planes that crash in the ocean and learned what happened.

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  20. Boeing Is Well Positioned To Grow Through The End Of This DecadeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Forbes.com

    Boeing has grown at an impressive pace since the start of this decade. The company entered this decade with annual revenue of about $64 billion, and it posted annual revenue of nearly $91 billion last year.

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