AIR.PA - Airbus SE

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
125.66
+0.66 (+0.53%)
As of 3:04PM CEST. Market open.
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Previous Close125.00
Open124.78
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range124.58 - 126.50
52 Week Range77.50 - 126.50
Volume749,536
Avg. Volume1,090,958
Market Cap97.7B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.38
PE Ratio (TTM)34.84
EPS (TTM)3.61
Earnings DateJul 31, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield1.65 (1.44%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-04-15
1y Target Est120.82
  • Airbus and Boeing bag $17 billion of deals in Paris Airshow battle
    Reuters2 hours ago

    Airbus and Boeing bag $17 billion of deals in Paris Airshow battle

    Airbus and Boeing bagged more than $17 billion in plane deals on day two of the Paris Airshow as their sales teams scrapped for orders after a downturn in business at many airlines and the grounding of Boeing's top-selling jet. Airbus extended its early lead in orders at the event with a $6 billion deal on Tuesday to sell 36 planes to Philippines airline Cebu Air, including 10 of the new long-range A321XLR model launched on Monday. The European firm also struck a deal to sell a further 30 A320neo aircraft to Saudi Arabian Airlines, worth $3.3 billion at list prices, while Malaysia's AirAsia converted 253 A320neo orders to the larger A321neo model.

  • AirAsia to convert 253 orders for Airbus A320neo planes to larger A321neo
    Reuters2 hours ago

    AirAsia to convert 253 orders for Airbus A320neo planes to larger A321neo

    AirAsia Group has decided to convert 253 orders for Airbus' A320neo planes to the larger A321neo model, making AirAsia the world's largest customer for the A321neo, but is not yet ready to order the new longer-range version. "The change will enable the airline to offer higher capacity in response to ongoing strong demand across its network," Airbus said in a statement on Tuesday. Airbus launched the A321XLR, which has a range of up to 4,700 nautical miles, at the Paris Airshow on Monday.

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    Saudi Arabian Airlines to boost its Airbus A320neo fleet

    Saudi Arabian Airlines has decided to expand its order of the existing Airbus A320neo family of planes from 35 to as many as 100, including 35 options, the companies said. The additional firm order takes the airline's order from the A320neo family of aircraft to 65, of which 15 are the new Airbus A321XLR planes, the companies said on Tuesday.

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    GECAS close to ordering Airbus A321XLR: sources

    Leasing giant GECAS is in talks to place an order for the newly launched Airbus A321XLR, industry sources said, after a subdued start to Paris Airshow for aircraft orders. An order from the aviation leasing unit of General Electric for the latest extended-range version of the A321neo could come at the air show, they said. Airbus declined comment and GE officials could not immediately be reached.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    UPDATE 1-GECAS close to ordering Airbus A321XLR -sources

    Leasing giant GECAS is in talks to place an order for the newly launched Airbus A321XLR, industry sources said, after a subdued start to Paris Airshow for aircraft orders. Airbus declined comment and GE officials could not immediately be reached. Planemakers continue to notch up orders after a relatively quiet opening to the Paris Airshow, which runs from June 17-23, on Monday, with the event overshadowed by the continued grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX.

  • TheStreet.com15 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.

  • Reuters16 hours 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.

  • Reuters18 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 Daily20 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.

  • Crane Is Ready to Take $45-Share Offer to Circor Holders
    Bloomberg20 hours ago

    Crane Is Ready to Take $45-Share Offer to Circor Holders

    (Bloomberg) -- Crane Co. is ramping up pressure on rival Circor International Inc. by taking its $45-a-share takeover offer directly to the industrial product manufacturer’s shareholders.Crane has commenced an unsolicited, all-cash tender offer for the flow control equipment maker’s outstanding shares, Circor said in a statement Monday, confirming an earlier Bloomberg News report."The Circor board of directors will carefully review and evaluate Crane’s tender offer to determine the course of action that it believes is in the best interests of Circor and its shareholders," the company said. The board intends to make a recommendation to shareholders on the offer within 10 business days.The tender offer, which would crystallize Crane’s unrequited overtures into a formal hostile takeover proposal, is aimed at forcing Circor’s management to the negotiating table to avoid facing the prospect of a shareholder referendum on the deal."This cash tender offer provides Circor shareholders the opportunity to send a clear message to the Circor board," Crane Chief Executive Officer Max Mitchell said in a statement Monday. "Circor shareholders have endured five years of underperformance and a series of value-destroying capital allocation decisions by current management."The offer represents about a 50% premium above Circor’s share price on May 20, the day before Bloomberg first reported Crane’s interest in acquiring it. Circor rose less than 1 percent to $45.02 at 12:55 p.m. in New York on Monday, valuing the Burlington, Massachusetts-based company at $896 million. Crane’s largest customers by revenue include Boeing Co. and Airbus SE, while Circor’s include Lockheed Martin Corp. and Exxon Mobil Corp.The push comes almost two weeks after Mitchell criticized Circor’s board for refusing to engage in merger talks despite a series of offers to do so. In a letter dated June 4, Mitchell said Circor’s board had “provided no significant rationale for its rejection,” calling it a “disservice to Circor shareholders.”In the same letter, Mitchell said Crane was willing to improve the terms of its $45-a-share offer should Circor decide to engage.Mario Gabelli, chairman of Gamco Investors Inc., which owns 15.2% of Circor’s stock and is the largest investor, has also criticized the board’s failure to engage with Stamford, Connecticut-based Crane.In an interview last month, Gabelli said “there is no way you could talk about this as proper governance.”(Updates with comment from Crane CEO in fifth paragraph.)To contact the reporter on this story: Ed Hammond in New York at ehammond12@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Elizabeth Fournier at efournier5@bloomberg.net, Kevin MillerFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Reuters22 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.

  • Reuters22 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.

  • Reuters22 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.

  • Reuters23 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
    Reuters23 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
    Reutersyesterday

    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.

  • Reutersyesterday

    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
    Bloombergyesterday

    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.comyesterday

    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.

  • Boeing apologizes, Airbus jumps ahead of manufacturer in plane battle
    Yahoo Finance Video21 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.