Airbus CEO Tom Enders is heading to his last major air show before his April 2019 departure. He reshaped a loose conglomerate into an integrated company, reduced government influence and added the Bombardier C Series. Due in part to alleged corruption cases in the civil aircraft division, he did not seek a contract extension, making way for new management. Enders met with Aviation Week Managing Editor/Commercial Jens Flottau in Toulouse to discuss Airbus’ challenges and ...


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