AIR.DE - Airbus SE

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
125.08
+2.72 (+2.22%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close122.36
Open122.26
Bid125.06 x N/A
Ask125.14 x N/A
Day's Range122.26 - 125.14
52 Week Range78.93 - 125.14
Volume72,038
Avg. Volume61,362
Market Cap97.297B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.47
PE Ratio (TTM)34.68
EPS (TTM)3.61
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.65 (1.44%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-04-15
1y Target Est113.00
  • Reuters46 minutes ago

    UPDATE 1-American in talks for up to 50 Airbus A321XLR jets -sources

    American Airlines Group Inc is edging toward a deal with Airbus to buy up to 50 newly launched A321XLR extended-range narrow-body aircraft, including some converted from existing orders of other models, people familiar with the matter said. Airbus and American Airlines declined comment. The people said the order, if confirmed, could be announced to coincide with the Paris Airshow, which runs through June 23, though officials from the U.S. airline were not expected to attend the show in person.

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    American in talks for up to 50 Airbus A321XLR jets - sources

    American Airlines Group Inc is edging toward a deal with Airbus to buy up to 50 newly launched A321XLR extended-range narrow-body aircraft, including some converted from existing orders of other models, people familiar with the matter said. Airbus and American Airlines declined comment. The people said the order, if confirmed, could be announced to coincide with the Paris Airshow, which runs through June 23, though officials from the U.S. airline were not expected to attend the show in person.

  • Airbus, GE Notch Paris Air Show Wins As Boeing Open To 737 Name Change
    Investor's Business Daily5 hours ago

    Airbus, GE Notch Paris Air Show Wins As Boeing Open To 737 Name Change

    Airbus and GE announced their first orders at the Paris Air Show Monday, while Boeing said it's open to changing the 737 Max's name.

  • TheStreet.com6 hours ago

    Boeing, Airbus and United Technologies - 3 Things to Watch at Paris Air Show

    Boeing, Airbus, United Technologies among the big reveals at the 2019 Paris Air Show.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    UPDATE 1-IndiGo drops Pratt for CFM's jet engines in $20 bln order

    India's biggest airline IndiGo said on Monday it had placed a $20 billion jet engine order from CFM International, a move that marks a shift away from Pratt & Whitney towards its French-American rival. CFM, owned by General Electric and France's Safran , will provide the 1LEAP-1A engines to power 280 A320neo and A321neo jetliners already on order from Airbus by the Delhi-based budget carrier. IndiGo has an order book of 430 Airbus planes of the A320neo family, of which the first 150 aircraft were to be powered by engines from United Technologies Corp's Pratt & Whitney.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    UPDATE 1-Cebu to buy over two dozen Airbus jets -sources

    Airbus is set to win a deal to sell jets worth around $4.5 billion at list price to Philippines airline Cebu Air after a face-off with rival Boeing, industry sources said. Airbus declined comment. Cebu officials could not be reached for comment.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    UPDATE 1-Virgin Atlantic orders 14 Airbus A330neos, with further six options

    Europe's Airbus has agreed to sell 14 A330neo wide-body passenger jets to Virgin Atlantic in a deal valued at $4.1 billion, the companies announced at the Paris Airshow on Monday, with an option for the airline to order six more. The British airline placed firm orders for the upgraded A330 model, which it had been evaluating against the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. "It happened to be that this one was a fantastic opportunity for Virgin Atlantic to transform its fleet," Weiss told Reuters at the airshow.

  • Reuters8 hours ago

    Cebu nears deal to buy around 26 Airbus jets -sources

    Airbus is set to win a deal to sell jets worth around $4.5 billion at list price to Philippines airline Cebu Air after a face-off with rival Boeing, industry sources said. Airbus declined comment. Cebu officials could not be reached for comment.

  • IndiGo drops Pratt for CFM's jet engines in $20 billion order
    Reuters8 hours ago

    IndiGo drops Pratt for CFM's jet engines in $20 billion order

    India's biggest airline IndiGo said on Monday it had placed a $20 billion jet engine order from CFM International, a move that marks a shift away from Pratt & Whitney towards its French-American rival. CFM, owned by General Electric and France's Safran, will provide the 1LEAP-1A engines to power 280 A320neo and A321neo jetliners already on order from Airbus by the Delhi-based budget carrier. IndiGo has an order book of 430 Airbus planes of the A320neo family, of which the first 150 aircraft were to be powered by engines from United Technologies Corp's Pratt & Whitney.

  • Boeing to supply parts for Airbus A320 jets for British Airways
    Reuters9 hours ago

    Boeing to supply parts for Airbus A320 jets for British Airways

    Boeing Co said on Monday it would supply parts for A320 jetliners made by its competitor Airbus to supply British Airways, the first such agreement by the U.S. planemaker to support an Airbus aircraft. Under the agreement announced at the Paris Airshow, Boeing will manage and maintain a global exchange inventory of parts for Airbus' A320 and A320neo single-aisle aircraft. The deal reflects a push by the world's largest planemaker into the higher-margin services business that includes aircraft parts and analytics, which Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg aims to grow to $50 billion in revenue in a decade.

  • Reuters9 hours ago

    UPDATE 1-Boeing to supply parts for Airbus A320 jets for British Airways

    Boeing Co said on Monday it would supply parts for A320 jetliners made by its competitor Airbus to supply British Airways, the first such agreement by the U.S. planemaker to support an Airbus aircraft. Under the agreement announced at the Paris Airshow, Boeing will manage and maintain a global exchange inventory of parts for Airbus' A320 and A320neo single-aisle aircraft. The deal reflects a push by the world's largest planemaker into the higher-margin services business that includes aircraft parts and analytics, which Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenburg aims to grow to $50 billion in revenue in a decade.

  • Budget Airline IndiGo Orders 280 Jet Engines in $20 Billion Deal
    Bloomberg9 hours ago

    Budget Airline IndiGo Orders 280 Jet Engines in $20 Billion Deal

    (Bloomberg) -- Indian budget carrier IndiGo is ordering jet engines worth $20 billion from a joint venture of General Electric Co. and France’s Safran SA, a sign that the biggest buyer of Airbus SE A320neo planes is moving away from a rival engine by Pratt & Whitney following a series of glitches.The order by IndiGo, operated by InterGlobe Aviation Ltd., for 280 engines to power Airbus A320neo and A321neo aircraft will include service and maintenance, the airline statement said. CFM International, the GE-Safran venture, will deliver the first engine by 2020.The order is a blow to Pratt, a division of United Technologies Corp., which has grappled with delivery delays and groundings in India after spending $10 billion to develop its fuel-efficient geared turbofan for single-aisle jets. The deal strengthens CFM’s presence in India, the world’s fastest growing aviation market last year, with the local affiliate of Singapore Airlines Ltd. and state-run Air India Ltd. already using its turbines.A move by IndiGo, Asia’s biggest budget carrier by market value, to CFM “would be a key reputational negative” for Pratt’s geared turbofan and could hurt future sales campaigns, Cowen & Co. analyst Cai von Rumohr said in a note to clients on May 30. IndiGo, which controls almost half of the local market in India, had ordered 430 A320neo-family jets, and chose Pratt to supply turbines for the first 150 of them. The airline, founded by billionaires Rakesh Gangwal and Rahul Bhatia, is in talks with Airbus to place another “large” order to fuel an ambitious growth plan beyond the subcontinent, Chief Executive Officer Ronojoy Dutta said in an interview last month.To contact the reporter on this story: Anurag Kotoky in New Delhi at akotoky@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Young-Sam Cho at ycho2@bloomberg.net, Ville Heiskanen, Unni KrishnanFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • TheStreet.com10 hours ago

    Fed Steps Up to the Plate, Paris Air Show, Trading Airbus: Market Recon

    Whether it's a parent making the effort, a girlfriend wearing one's road jersey in the stands, or eventually a spouse that simply understands the ridiculousness of one's stubborn refusal to ever surrender, the friendly pressure of knowing someone came to see you is always a positive. My thought on this is while a limited trade deal that eases tensions between the U.S. and China might be the best we can hope for, it also may be too much to ask for, as this is about a lot more than trade.

  • Airbus faces cabin comfort dilemma as it launches A321XLR jet
    Reuters11 hours ago

    Airbus faces cabin comfort dilemma as it launches A321XLR jet

    Airbus has broken records by launching the longest-range narrow-body jetliner at the Paris Airshow, but planemakers are having to rethink their mantra on comfort as they squeeze ever more miles out of jets designed for shorter trips. Airbus and Boeing have been promoting new carbon-fibre long-haul aircraft such as the 787 Dreamliner and A350, which offer roomier cabins and help passengers avoid jet lag by providing a cabin pressure closer to that felt on the ground. Airbus pushed that further on Monday by adding a longer stride to the A321neo with its new A321XLR, whose range of 4,700 nautical miles leapfrogs the out-of-production Boeing 757 and nudges it into the long-jump category enjoyed by wide-body jets.

  • Reuters11 hours ago

    UPDATE 1-Airbus faces cabin comfort dilemma as it launches A321XLR jet

    Airbus has broken records by launching the longest-range narrow-body jetliner at the Paris Airshow, but planemakers are having to rethink their mantra on comfort as they squeeze ever more miles out of jets designed for shorter trips. Airbus and Boeing have been promoting new carbon-fibre long-haul aircraft such as the 787 Dreamliner and A350, which offer roomier cabins and help passengers avoid jet lag by providing a cabin pressure closer to that felt on the ground. Airbus pushed that further on Monday by adding a longer stride to the A321neo with its new A321XLR, whose range of 4,700 nautical miles leapfrogs the out-of-production Boeing 757 and nudges it into the long-jump category enjoyed by wide-body jets.

  • Boeing dealt new blow as Airbus launches long-range A321
    Reuters14 hours ago

    Boeing dealt new blow as Airbus launches long-range A321

    Boeing suffered a fresh setback on the opening of the Paris Airshow on Monday as its engine supplier announced a delay for the U.S. planemaker's all-new 777X jet while Airbus launched a rival plane aimed at the middle of the market. The news is another headache for Boeing as it continues to grapple with the grounding of its top-selling 737 MAX aircraft in March after two deadly crashes. European arch-rival Airbus, meanwhile, launched a long-range version of its A321neo jet, aiming to carve out new routes for airlines with smaller planes and steal a march on Boeing's owns plans for another potential all-new jet, the NMA.

  • Reuters14 hours ago

    UPDATE 6-New blow to Boeing from engine delay, Airbus long-range rival takes off

    Boeing suffered a fresh setback at the opening of the Paris Airshow on Monday as the U.S. planemaker's engine supplier revealed a delay affecting its all-new 777X jet, while Airbus targeted the middle of the market with a rival plane. GE Aviation said it had found unexpected wear in a component for the GE9X engine it is making for Boeing's 777X, the world's largest twin-engined jet, forcing a delay of several months while it redesigns and tests the part. The aerospace industry's biggest annual event, which alternates with Britain's Farnborough Airshow, is traditionally a slugging match between Airbus and Boeing in the $150 billion a year commercial aircraft market.

  • New blow to Boeing from engine delay, Airbus long-range rival takes off
    Reuters16 hours ago

    New blow to Boeing from engine delay, Airbus long-range rival takes off

    Boeing suffered a fresh setback at the opening of the Paris Airshow on Monday as the U.S. planemaker's engine supplier revealed a delay affecting its all-new 777X jet, while Airbus targeted the middle of the market with a rival plane. GE Aviation said it had found unexpected wear in a component for the GE9X engine it is making for Boeing's 777X, the world's largest twin-engined jet, forcing a delay of several months while it redesigns and tests the part. The aerospace industry's biggest annual event, which alternates with Britain's Farnborough Airshow, is traditionally a slugging match between Airbus and Boeing in the $150 billion a year commercial aircraft market.

  • Financial Times16 hours ago

    IndiGo signs $20bn jet engine deal with CFM

    Indian budget airline IndiGo has ordered 600 jet engines with a list price of $20bn from CFM International in a deal that reflects soaring regional demand for air travel and represents a snub to existing supplier Pratt & Whitney. The engines will power 280 Airbus A320neo and A321neo jetliners ordered by IndiGo, India’s clear market leader. CFM International, a joint venture between General Electric of the US and Safran of France, won the order even though IndiGo has an existing relationship with Pratt & Whitney, owned by United Technologies Corporation.

  • Boeing crisis, trade tensions cast pall over air show
    Reutersyesterday

    Boeing crisis, trade tensions cast pall over air show

    Safety concerns, trade wars and growing security tensions in the Gulf are dampening spirits at the world's largest planemakers as they arrive at this week's Paris Airshow with little to celebrate despite bulging order books. The aerospace industry's marquee event is a chance to take the pulse of the $150-billion-a-year commercial aircraft industry, which many analysts believe is entering a slowdown due to global pressures from trade tensions to flagging economies, highlighted by a profit warning from Lufthansa late on Sunday. Humbled by the grounding of its 737 MAX in the wake of two fatal crashes, U.S. planemaker Boeing will be looking to reassure customers and suppliers about the plane's future and allay criticism of its handling of the months-long crisis.

  • Exclusive: Boeing seeking to reduce scope, duration of some physical tests for new aircraft - sources
    Reutersyesterday

    Exclusive: Boeing seeking to reduce scope, duration of some physical tests for new aircraft - sources

    Boeing Co engineers are reducing the scope and duration of certain costly physical tests used to certify the planemaker's new aircraft, according to industry sources and regulatory officials. As Boeing kicks off the year-long flight testing process on its new 777X, its engineers will cut hours off airborne testing by using computer models to simulate flight conditions, and then present the results to the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as part of the basis for certification, according to two people with direct knowledge of the strategy. Reuters could not determine when Boeing decided to move forward with the plan to cut back on physical tests or the extent to which it planned to reduce them for the 777X.

  • Boeing apologizes, Airbus jumps ahead of manufacturer in plane battle
    Yahoo Finance Video6 hours ago

    Boeing apologizes, Airbus jumps ahead of manufacturer in plane battle

    Boeing executives have apologized to the airlines and to the families of the victims of the 737 MAX crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia. This as the manufacturer struggles for orders as its competitor Airbus lands a major 100-plane order. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Keenan joins Julie Hyman, Adam Shapiro, Brian Sozzi and Ethen Wolff-Mann to talk about Boeing's woes.