Eric Schulz’s predecessor John Leahy was known for pushing the Airbus organization hard. Toward the end of his tenure, production could not increase fast enough: The sales chief wanted to have more aircraft to sell. Little more than two months on the job, Schulz and equally new Airbus Commercial Aircraft President Guillaume Faury appear to be taking a more cautious approach. While sticking to the general goal of raising output as quickly as possible, Schulz has made his first public ...


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