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Airbus welcomes proposed Brexit agreement but seeks more 'clarity'

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THE Prime Minister's proposed Brexit Withdrawal Agreement has been welcomed with caution by one on the region's biggest employers. Tom Enders, CEO of Airbus, says the company is still looking for more 'clarity' from PM Theresa May on what her proposed deal will mean for the Broughton based business. He added: "We have long argued that greater clarity was needed on what Brexit means for the United Kingdom and for us, as a major employer - with 14,000 people, more than 100,000 in the supply chain and a turnover here of £6bn - the shape of the future longer-term relationship with the European Union is of critical importance. "The announcement of a draft Brexit Withdrawal Agreement is a welcome first step forwards but there clearly remains much work to do. The company sent shockwaves throughout British Industry when it said it would 'reconsider its investments in the UK, and its long-erm footprint in the country' if Britain was forced to leave the single market and customs union in March 2019 without any transition agreement in place.

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Airbus says Brexit deal is a welcome step but much work to do

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Airbus says Brexit deal is a welcome step but much work to do. LONDON, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest planemaker Airbus welcomed the draft Brexit agreement between London and Brussels but said there needs to be more clarity to allow businesses to plan. "The announcement of a draft Brexit Withdrawal Agreement is a welcome first step forwards but there clearly remains much work to do," said Chief Executive Tom Enders on Thursday. "We look forward to further clarity and the removal of uncertainty as soon as possible so that Airbus, like every business in the UK, can properly plan for the future."

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SFAS Framework Analysis (2018-2019) on the Top 5 Global Commercial Aircraft OEMs: Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier, Embraer and ATR -- OEMs are Focused Strongly on Ramping Up Aircraft Production Rates

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Boeing & Airbus lit up the Farnborough Airshow 2018 with combined order intake for around 960 aircrafts worth $160 billion at list prices, with Boeing's order intake packing a real punch underscored by its tally of orders for freighters, indicating towards resurgence in demand for freighters and that the aviation super cycle is still in full momentum. The burgeoning order backlog across OEMs; worth over $1 trillion, is likely to drive consistent revenues growth across the industry value chain over the next decade as it gears up for disciplined operational execution. Airlines profitability continues to be on the upward growth trajectory with 2018 likely to be another boom year for the airlines with the profitability projected to register double digit growth rate to reach $38.4 billion in 2018, despite the spike in crude oil prices & pressures from escalating labor costs. Against this backdrop, this SFAS Framework Analysis will thus be crucial to understand & assess as to how are the OEMs strategically positioned in a rapidly changing and evolving industry dynamics and market environment and how adaptive, responsive & prepared are they to be able to ride the waves of change & disruption blowing through the market.

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SaudiGulf Airlines signs agreement for 10 Airbus A320neo jets

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DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabian airline SaudiGulf owner Al-Qahtani Aviation has signed an agreement to buy 10 Airbus (AIR.PA) A320neo family jets, Airbus said in a statement on Thursday. The "commitment" was announced at the Bahrain International Airshow, which is taking place this week, Airbus said. The parties did not immediately respond to questions about whether the deal was new or part of earlier Airbus announcements in which the buyer was not identified. Reuters reported in July, citing sources, that SaudiGulf was behind an order for 10 A320neos that Airbus said during England's Farnborough was for an undisclosed customer.

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Aviation Capital Group Announces Delivery of Vietnam Airlines’ first Airbus A321neo Aircraft

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NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aviation Capital Group LLC (“ACG”) announced today that it has delivered Vietnam Airlines’ first Airbus A321neo aircraft. “Vietnam Airlines is delighted to partner with ACG and selected the Airbus A321neo for its exceptional operational performance with 15-20% reduced fuel burn and its outstanding passenger comfort and amenities. We are confident that the Airbus A321neo fleet will further deliver the highest level of passenger comfort on our growing domestic and regional routes in Vietnam and Asia,” said Duong Tri Thanh, president and CEO of Vietnam Airlines.”. Aviation Capital Group is one of the world’s premier full service aircraft asset managers with approximately 500 owned, managed and committed aircraft as of September 30, 2018, which are leased to approximately 90 airlines in approximately 45 countries.

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Airbus likely sold 10 A330neo jets to Delta - sources

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PARIS (Reuters) - U.S. carrier Delta Air Lines <DAL.N> has emerged as the probable buyer for 10 Airbus A330neo jets worth $3 billion, industry sources said, in a boost for the becalmed European model. Airbus <AIR.PA> announced an order for 10 of the 300-seat aircraft in its latest monthly order update on Friday, but withheld the name of the buyer for the Oct. 30 deal. Delta was not immediately available for comment. If confirmed, the deal would mark the second order for the slow-selling A330neo in as many weeks after Kuwait Airways ordered eight of the long-haul planes in mid-October. Airbus is aggressively seeking more orders for the latest version of its profitable A330 franchise after sales of the engine-upgraded A330neo model fell short of expectations in the face of heavy competition from the newer Boeing 787. However, industry sources have questioned how far recent orders represent net new sales for the European giant, saying they could replace at least some earlier orders for the A350.

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Chilean University Wins 2018 Airbus GEDC Diversity Award

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The SaviaLab diversity initiative from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile has been selected as the winner of the 2018 Airbus GEDC Diversity Award for innovative use of technology to increase diversity in engineering education. The SaviaLab initiative seeks to bridge the gap of opportunity by offering science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) outreach education to indigenous minorities and young people in rural areas across Chile. Since 2014, the initiative has introduced over 3,300 students from 7 regions to potential STEM career paths. The three finalist projects - NASA Swarmathon from the University of New Mexico, USA, SaviaLab from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, and iSTEAM Underwater Robot Competition from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology - presented their diversity initiative to a Jury* of industry experts and distinguished guests at the WEEF-GEDC 2018 conference - the largest engineering education gathering in the world - in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. This global award is administered by Airbus, the Global Engineering Deans Council (GEDC) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Since Airbus launched the award in 2012, 198 entries representing 140 institutions from 37 countries have been submitted. For the 2018 edition, 39 entries were received from 19 countries.

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SFAS Framework Analysis (2018-2019) on the Global Top 5 Commercial Aircraft OEMs: Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier, Embraer, ATR - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Strategic Factor Analysis Summary (SFAS) Framework Analysis - 2018-2019 - Global Top 5 Commercial Aircraft OEMs - Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier, Embraer, ATR" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. Boeing & Airbus lit up the Farnborough Airshow 2018 with combined order intake for around 960 aircrafts worth $160 billion at list prices, with Boeing's order intake packing a real punch underscored by its tally of orders for freighters, indicating towards resurgence in demand for freighters and that the aviation super cycle is still in full momentum. The OEMs are focused strongly on ramping up aircraft production rates through the next decade to meet delivery schedules with aircraft deliveries by the industry in 2018 likely to reach a record high with production output on key aircraft programs going up. Against this backdrop, this SFAS Framework Analysis will thus be crucial to understand & assess as to how are the OEMs strategically positioned in a rapidly changing and evolving industry dynamics and market environment and how adaptive, responsive & prepared are they to be able to ride the waves of change & disruption blowing through the market.

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SFAS Framework Analysis (2018-2019) on the Global Top 5 Commercial Aircraft OEMs: Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier, Embraer, ATR - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Strategic Factor Analysis Summary (SFAS) Framework Analysis - 2018-2019 - Global Top 5 Commercial Aircraft OEMs - Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier, Embraer, ATR" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. Boeing & Airbus lit up the Farnborough Airshow 2018 with combined order intake for around 960 aircrafts worth $160 billion at list prices, with Boeing's order intake packing a real punch underscored by its tally of orders for freighters, indicating towards resurgence in demand for freighters and that the aviation super cycle is still in full momentum. The OEMs are focused strongly on ramping up aircraft production rates through the next decade to meet delivery schedules with aircraft deliveries by the industry in 2018 likely to reach a record high with production output on key aircraft programs going up. Against this backdrop, this SFAS Framework Analysis will thus be crucial to understand & assess as to how are the OEMs strategically positioned in a rapidly changing and evolving industry dynamics and market environment and how adaptive, responsive & prepared are they to be able to ride the waves of change & disruption blowing through the market.

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European Satellite-based Earth Observation Market Report 2018-2023 Featuring Airbus, iSi, Maxar Technologies, Thales Group & UrtheCast

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European Satellite-based Earth Observation Market Report 2018-2023 Featuring Airbus, iSi, Maxar Technologies, Thales Group & UrtheCast. Advances in sensing and imaging technologies in the past decade have led to the development of superior observation satellites for environmental monitoring. The global satellite-based earth observation market is expected to witness significant challenges from alternative low-to-high-altitude observational technologies, including unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and stratospheric balloons (stratolite). Key questions answered in this report. What will the market size be in 2023 and what will the growth rate be? What are the key market trends? What is driving this market? What are the challenges to market growth?

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