Driven by strong performance across all of its divisions, Airbus parent EADS reported net income of €328 million ($420.7 million) for the first quarter ended March 31, up significantly over net income of €49 million in the prior-year period. Revenue climbed 16% to €7.01 billion and EBIT more than tripled to €657 million from €198 million in the 2004 quarter. "The first quarter result confirms our 2005 targets for EBIT and revenue growth with a solid cash ...

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