LONDON Despite British exasperation with continuing delays to the Airbus A400M airlifter, EADS CEO Louis Gallois remains publicly confident London will stay the course on the embattled military program. As a conciliatory gesture, Gallois says EADS is looking at “bridging” options to try to ease the effect of the latest delay. Gallois, responding to blunt comments by John Hutton, U.K. defense secretary, admits the minister’s frustration is understandable. EADS has now delayed ...

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