Airbus’ new executive committee, which was named April 11, is a reflection of its efforts to further streamline senior group management with leadership of the commercial aircraft division. The company’s new CEO Guillaume Faury will not be replaced in his previous position as president of Airbus Commercial Aircraft and will therefore continue to lead the group’s most important business unit himself. Faury was officially confirmed in the new role by the Airbus annual ...

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