Airbus said it booked 53 A350 aircraft orders through the first nine months of 2010. Artist's rendering: A350XWB. Courtesy, Airbus. Airbus parent EADS posted third-quarter net income of €13 million ($17.9 million), reversed from an €87 million net deficit in the year-ago period, as revenue increased 18% to €11.27 billion on the back of rising commercial aircraft sales. CFO Hans Peter Ring told analysts during a webcast Friday that there are "clear signs of ...

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