AIR.DE - Airbus SE

XETRA - XETRA Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
89.60
-0.38 (-0.42%)
As of 1:37PM CET. Market open.
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Previous Close89.98
Open89.41
Bid89.65 x 21500
Ask89.65 x 52700
Day's Range88.33 - 89.60
52 Week Range77.80 - 111.12
Volume32,452
Avg. Volume93,032
Market Cap69.549B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.94
PE Ratio (TTM)23.82
EPS (TTM)3.76
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.50 (1.69%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-16
1y Target Est113.00
  • Boeing to Open Its First 737 Plant in China Under Shadow of a Trade War
    Bloomberg3 hours ago

    Boeing to Open Its First 737 Plant in China Under Shadow of a Trade War

    The Chicago-based planemaker will inaugurate its completion and delivery center in Zhoushan, 90 miles southeast of Shanghai, on Saturday, after more than a year of construction. The facility marks a rare industrial foray outside of the U.S. for Boeing and a joint venture with state-owned planemaker Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China Ltd. While the plant was sent in motion before U.S. President Donald Trump was elected, the ribbon-cutting risks being overshadowed by his tit-for-tat on duties with China on products ranging from cars, machinery to pork and soybeans.

  • Reuters5 hours ago

    Airbus names Mhun as next programmes chief

    Airbus (AIR.PA) on Friday named services boss Philippe Mhun as its next head of programmes, succeeding defence and commercial aerospace veteran Didier Evrard, who is scheduled to retire. The move completes a tandem of top-level industrial changes at Europe's largest aerospace group after Airbus last month hired Bosch appliances executive Michael Schoellhorn to replace soon-to-retire Chief Operating Officer Tom Williams. Mhun, 56, is currently senior vice-president of services at Airbus - a fiercely competitive marketplace in which both Airbus and Boeing are targeting increases in revenue as they place after-market activities at the centre of future developments.

  • Reuters5 hours ago

    Airbus names Mhun as next programs chief

    Airbus (AIR.PA) on Friday named services boss Philippe Mhun as its next head of programs, succeeding defense and commercial aerospace veteran Didier Evrard, who is scheduled to retire. The move completes a tandem of top-level industrial changes at Europe's largest aerospace group after Airbus last month hired Bosch appliances executive Michael Schoellhorn to replace soon-to-retire Chief Operating Officer Tom Williams. Mhun, 56, is currently senior vice-president of services at Airbus - a fiercely competitive marketplace in which both Airbus and Boeing are targeting increases in revenue as they place after-market activities at the center of future developments.

  • Reuters11 hours ago

    BRIEF-BOC Aviation Says Agreed To Purchase Two Airbus A350-900 Aircraft From Airbus S.A.S

    Dec 14 (Reuters) - BOC Aviation Ltd: * ENTERED INTO AGREEMENT WITH AIRBUS S.A.S., CO AGREED TO PURCHASE TWO AIRBUS A350-900 AIRCRAFT FROM AIRBUS S.A.S * CO GRANTED OPTION TO AN AIRLINE TO EITHER TAKE AIRCRAFT ...

  • Reuters22 hours ago

    Airbus strategy review augurs clean break under new CEO

    Airbus has launched a strategic review to outline changes under incoming chief executive Guillaume Faury as it faces industrial challenges and prepares for overdue modernisation, industry sources said. The "Airbus Next Chapter" review involves a team of planners working outside the normal strategy organisation in pursuit of a break from years of industrial problems, management feuds and an ongoing bribery scandal. It is being led by investor relations chief Julie Kitcher in what one insider described as a signal to financial markets that profits will be embedded in strategy, as the once state-sponsored European project marks its 50th anniversary.

  • Airbus strategy review augurs clean break under new CEO
    Reuters22 hours ago

    Airbus strategy review augurs clean break under new CEO

    Airbus has launched a strategic review to outline changes under incoming chief executive Guillaume Faury as it faces industrial challenges and prepares for overdue modernization, industry sources said. The "Airbus Next Chapter" review involves a team of planners working outside the normal strategy organization in pursuit of a break from years of industrial problems, management feuds and an ongoing bribery scandal. It is being led by investor relations chief Julie Kitcher in what one insider described as a signal to financial markets that profits will be embedded in strategy, as the once state-sponsored European project marks its 50th anniversary.

  • Reuters23 hours ago

    Iceland's WOW Air to reduce fleet, cut 111 jobs

    Icelandic low-cost carrier WOW air, which is in talks with U.S. private equity fund Indigo Partners about a potential investment, said on Thursday it would reduce its fleet to 11 aircraft from twenty and cut 111 jobs. Indigo is managed by Bill Franke, the veteran U.S. low-cost airline investor, and has also made investments in U.S.-based Frontier Airlines, Mexico's Volaris, Chilean carrier JetSmart and Hungary's Wizz (WIZZ.L). "After a challenging year, WOW air is now restructuring and simplifying its operations to return to its roots as a profitable ultra-low cost airline while discussions with Indigo Partners progress," WOW Air said in a statement.

  • Flightglobalyesterday

    PICTURE: Airbus unveils ANA A380 with turtle-themed livery

    Airbus has shared images of All Nippon Airways' first A380 adorned with a "unique livery" after 21 days in the manufacturer's Hamburg paintshop.

  • Exclusive: Airbus staff error led to fatal Mali copter crash - German official
    Reuters2 days ago

    Exclusive: Airbus staff error led to fatal Mali copter crash - German official

    The fatal crash of a German armed forces helicopter in Mali last year was caused by the failure of mechanics from manufacturer Airbus to correctly set the aircraft's rotor controls after repairs, a defense official told Reuters on Wednesday. "It was a maintenance error on the part of Airbus. Airbus said in a statement that a German military investigation had identified an improper setting of controls as "one of the factors in the chain of events" that led to the crash, and precautionary measures had been implemented to prevent any reoccurrence of the issue.

  • Flightglobal2 days ago

    MEA signs A330neo engine support deal with Rolls-Royce

    Middle East Airlines has signed with Rolls-Royce a long-term maintenance agreement for Trent 7000 engines powering a fleet of Airbus A330neo jets that the Lebanese carrier intends to order.

  • Flightglobal2 days ago

    Viva Air picks Teledyne data solution for A320 fleet

    Latin American budget carrier Viva Air has selected Teledyne Controls to provide hard- and software to collect aircraft data and distribute on-board system software updates across a fleet of Airbus A320 jets

  • Is Hawaiian Airlines' Turnaround Plan Good Enough?
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Is Hawaiian Airlines' Turnaround Plan Good Enough?

    Investors don't seem to think much of the incremental changes that Hawaiian Airlines is making in its quest to stabilize its profitability next year.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Iran airlines need 500 planes, official mulls Sukhoi -reports

    Iran needs some 500 planes and would likely back buying the Sukhoi Superjet 100 if Russia is willing to sell them to its airlines, Iranian news agencies reported the country's top civil aviation official as saying on Wednesday. Iran needs to upgrade its ageing passenger fleet and is seeking to avert U.S. sanctions on Tehran. The U.S. Treasury has revoked licences for Boeing Co and Airbus to sell passenger jets to Iran after President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement in May and reimposed sanctions.

  • Flightglobal2 days ago

    Airbus taps successor for retiring military aircraft chief Alonso

    Airbus has appointed Alberto Gutierrez to replace Fernando Alonso as head of military aircraft at the airframer's defence and space division in January 2019.

  • Flightglobal3 days ago

    Airbus partners with Royole to explore flexible cabin displays

    Airbus is co-operating with flexible-screen specialist Royole Technologies to develop aircraft-cabin applications.

  • Avianca seeks to cut Airbus order as much as half: CEO
    Reuters4 days ago

    Avianca seeks to cut Airbus order as much as half: CEO

    Airline Avianca Holdings SA (AVT_p.CN) will begin negotiations with Airbus (AIR.PA) to reduce the 100 planes it had agreed to purchase in a 2015 deal to as few as 50, the chief executive of the Latin American company said. Avianca was also seeking a strategic alliance with German airline Lufthansa (LHAG.DE), CEO Hernan Rincon said late on Sunday, part of its bid to expand in Europe. Avianca representatives will travel to France in the coming days for re-negotiations with Airbus, Rincon said.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Avianca seeks to cut Airbus order as much as half - CEO

    Airline Avianca Holdings SA (AVT_p.CN) will begin negotiations with Airbus (AIR.PA) to reduce the 100 planes it had agreed to purchase in a 2015 deal to as few as 50, the chief executive of the Latin American company said. Avianca was also seeking a strategic alliance with German airline Lufthansa (LHAG.DE), CEO Hernan Rincon said late on Sunday, part of its bid to expand in Europe. Avianca representatives will travel to France in the coming days for re-negotiations with Airbus, Rincon said.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Avianca to seek reduction in Airbus order -chief executive

    Airline Avianca Holdings SA will begin negotiations with Airbus to reduce to as few as 50 planes from 100 it had agreed to purchase in 2015, the chief executive of the Latin American company said. Avianca ...

  • Financial Times4 days ago

    [$$] May’s Brexit deal ‘worse for trade than status quo’

    A report by the House of Commons cross-party business committee of MPs said that after taking evidence from business in recent weeks it could not find even one company that thought the prime minister’s deal was better than the status quo. Many companies did support the withdrawal agreement part of the deal because that, at least, removed the possibility of the “catastrophic consequences” of a no-deal Brexit. The report of business views, published on Monday morning to help inform MPs, took evidence from the food, pharmaceutical, aerospace and automotive industries over the past two weeks and was agreed unanimously by MPs.

  • Flightglobal4 days ago

    Conventional A320-family backlog drops below 200

    Airbus delivered over twice as many A320neo-family jets than baseline variants during November, as the remaining backlog of conventional A320-family aircraft fell below 200.

  • Airbus Teams With Lockheed to Take On Boeing Tankers
    Motley Fool5 days ago

    Airbus Teams With Lockheed to Take On Boeing Tankers

    The two sides are gearing up for a rematch of one of the most controversial Pentagon procurement battles in recent memory.

  • Airbus wins December deliveries some breathing room after busy November
    Reuters6 days ago

    Airbus wins December deliveries some breathing room after busy November

    Airbus (AIR.PA) has left itself a slightly less challenging task on deliveries for the final weeks of the year than 2017's record surge in December, but only after trimming the target with its most recent results, company data showed on Friday. Airbus said it had delivered 673 aircraft up to the end of November, leaving 109 aircraft still to be delivered in December in order to reach a core target of 782 deliveries - excluding the recently acquired Bombardier CSeries, now selling as the A220. Airbus in October said it maintained a target of 800 deliveries for 2018, but that these would now include 18 A220 models previously been excluded from the goal - a move equivalent to cutting the core Airbus target by 2 percent to 782 aircraft.

  • Airbus wins December deliveries some breathing room after busy November
    Reuters6 days ago

    Airbus wins December deliveries some breathing room after busy November

    Airbus (AIR.PA) has left itself a slightly less challenging task on deliveries for the final weeks of the year than 2017's record surge in December, but only after trimming the target with its most recent results, company data showed on Friday. Airbus said it had delivered 673 aircraft up to the end of November, leaving 109 aircraft still to be delivered in December in order to reach a core target of 782 deliveries - excluding the recently acquired Bombardier CSeries, now selling as the A220. Airbus in October said it maintained a target of 800 deliveries for 2018, but that these would now include 18 A220 models previously been excluded from the goal - a move equivalent to cutting the core Airbus target by 2 percent to 782 aircraft.

  • Flightglobal7 days ago

    OPINION: Will A330neo orders soar after slow start?

    First delivery of the A330neo has brought with it a period of anxious waiting in Toulouse, as Airbus hopes for a smooth service entry from the twinjet.

  • Flightglobal7 days ago

    Airbus escalates deliveries in chase for year-end target

    Airbus delivered 89 aircraft in November, the highest number shifted in a single month so far this year.