Scherer Replaces Schulz As Airbus Chief Commercial Officer

Credit: Airbus
FRANKFURT—Airbus is facing more leadership turmoil after CCO Eric Schulz resigned Sept. 13 after just nine months in the role. The manufacturer said in a statement that Schulz “decided to leave the company for personal reasons” without elaborating further. He is replaced by Christian Scherer, who...

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