The German government is still holding back about €600 million ($790 million) in repayable loans for the Airbus A350, according to industry sources. Germany was planning to provide a total of about €1 billion as part of the four Airbus nations’ support scheme for new aircraft development. Neither Airbus nor Germany’s economics ministry was prepared to comment. The impasse is understood to be linked to demands by the country’s aerospace coordinator, Peter Hintze, who wants Airbus and ...
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