Airbus has appointed new leaders for its most important aircraft programs following a leadership shuffle that was caused by the departure of Chief Operating Officer Günter Butschek late last year. The manufacturer promoted Klaus Roewe, A320neo program chief, to run the entire A320-family program, including the current production-standard aircraft. Patrick Piedrafitra, who has been leading the A330 program, is moving on to take responsibility for the A350 family. And Eric Zanin, ...

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