Airbus is taking a €158 million ($201 million) charge linked to the costs associated with wing component cracking on its A380s and expects more costs to come. The latest charge covers repairs on 71 aircraft already delivered and adds to a €105 million charge taken in March because of the same problem. Moreover, Airbus CFO Harald Wilhelm says additional costs are due this year to cover the expense of repairing about 30 A380s being delivered this year. That could bring the bill to €260 ...
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