AIR.PA - Airbus SE

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
107.40
+2.26 (+2.15%)
At close: 5:35PM CEST
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Previous Close105.14
Open105.50
Bid54.00 x 42000
Ask54.93 x 700
Day's Range105.50 - 107.84
52 Week Range68.42 - 107.84
Volume1,710,296
Avg. Volume1,461,300
Market Cap83.318B
Beta1.37
PE Ratio (TTM)30.41
EPS (TTM)3.53
Earnings DateJul 26, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1.50 (1.52%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-04-16
1y Target Est110.23
  • Airbus Is Said Near Blockbuster $23 Billion Jet Sale to AirAsia
    Bloomberg Video2 hours ago

    Airbus Is Said Near Blockbuster $23 Billion Jet Sale to AirAsia

    Jul.15 -- Airbus SE is closing in on a blockbuster agreement to sell $23 billion worth of aircraft, based on list prices, to AirAsia Bhd., according to people familiar with the matter. Bloomberg's  Kyunghee Park reports on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."

  • Reuters41 minutes ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Wall Street Journal - July 16

    July 16 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. - Private-equity firm General Atlantic has ...

  • Airbus Is Said Near Blockbuster $23 Billion Jet Sale to AirAsia
    Bloomberg2 hours ago

    Airbus Is Said Near Blockbuster $23 Billion Jet Sale to AirAsia

    Airbus SE is closing in on a blockbuster agreement to sell $23 billion worth of aircraft, based on list prices, to AirAsia Bhd., according to people familiar with the matter. Bloomberg's  Kyunghee Park ...

  • Bloomberg5 hours ago

    Airbus Is Said to Near $29 Billion Jet Sales to Asian Carriers

    Airbus SE is said to close in on $29 billion of deals with Asian carriers who are expanding their fleet because of surging travel demand in the region. The European manufacturer is closing in on a blockbuster agreement to sell $23 billion worth of aircraft to AirAsia Group Bhd., the continent’s biggest budget carrier, according to people familiar with the matter. Airbus is also nearing an agreement to sell wide-body jetliners valued at about $6 billion to Taiwanese startup StarLux Airlines, according to a person familiar with the matter.

  • Reuters5 hours ago

    Planemakers to kickstart Farnborough jetliner order battle

    Aerospace firms Airbus (AIR.PA) and Boeing (BA.N) will kickstart a contest for tens of billions of dollars of orders at the Farnborough Airshow on Monday, ensuring fireworks start early as they seek to bolster their already bulging order books. The two rivals are expected to make several announcements on day one of the July 16-22 event, starting even before the gates open to tens of thousands of delegates, industry sources said. There may be an intense battle for sales in the 100-150-seat market where Airbus and Boeing have forged new alliances.

  • Planemakers to kickstart Farnborough jetliner order battle
    Reuters6 hours ago

    Planemakers to kickstart Farnborough jetliner order battle

    Aerospace firms Airbus (AIR.PA) and Boeing (BA.N) will kickstart a contest for tens of billions of dollars of orders at the Farnborough Airshow on Monday, ensuring fireworks start early as they seek to bolster their already bulging order books. The two rivals are expected to make several announcements on day one of the July 16-22 event, starting even before the gates open to tens of thousands of delegates, industry sources said. There may be an intense battle for sales in the 100-150-seat market where Airbus and Boeing have forged new alliances.

  • The Wall Street Journal6 hours ago

    [$$] Global Trade Spat Unnerves Plane Makers

    LONDON—Aerospace executives at plane makers Boeing Co. and Airbus SE, along with their suppliers, said they are worried new trade barriers could drive up plane manufacturing costs and lead airlines to put off purchases. “Aerospace thrives on global trade—free and open trade,” Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg said in London on Sunday ahead of the Farnborough International Airshow, the industry’s flagship gathering that kicks off Monday. “We’re concerned about some of the ongoing talk about tariffs and trade restrictions,” the head of the U.S.’s largest exporter told reporters, though he added that there had been no material effect on company so far.

  • Planemakers plot course through trade, Brexit worries to air show deals
    Reuters6 hours ago

    Planemakers plot course through trade, Brexit worries to air show deals

    Aerospace firms are setting out wares from luxury jets to lethal drones at back-to-back British air shows this week, hoping trade tensions will not deter airlines from buying jetliners even as geopolitical uncertainty allows them to sell more weapons. The quintessentially English atmosphere of the Royal International Air Tattoo, where straw-hatted VIPs watch fighters thunder over picturesque Cotswolds villages, gives way on Monday to the Farnborough Airshow, where the hard-nose business deals in the $800 billion (604.59 billion pounds) aerospace and defence sector will be done. Trade tensions between the United States and both China and Europe, disputes over the consequences of Britain's exit from the European Union and an increase in global protectionist rhetoric have barely dented a prolonged industry boom.

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    Airbus in talks for new Viva Aerobus jet order - sources

    FARNBOROUGH, England (Reuters) - Europe's Airbus (AIR.PA) is in talks with Viva Aerobus for a repeat order of up to 40 of its A320neo-family jets, industry sources said on Sunday. The Mexican budget carrier ...

  • May promises to protect planemakers' supply chains in Brexit
    Reuters6 hours ago

    May promises to protect planemakers' supply chains in Brexit

    Prime Minister Theresa May will on Monday seek to reassure aviation bosses that her under-fire Brexit plan won't disrupt their supply chains, and promise that the industry will flourish as Britain leaves the European Union. May's words, to be delivered at the Farnborough Airshow south west of London, come at a crunch time for the prime minister as pro-Brexit lawmakers in her party threaten revolt over an EU exit strategy they say leaves Britain subject to Brussels' rule. Airbus (AIR.PA), Europe's biggest planemaker which employs around 15,000 people in Britain, warned earlier this month that if Britain left the EU without a deal - a so-called "hard" Brexit - it could result in production at its factories stopping and aircraft being grounded.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    Planemakers plot course through trade, Brexit worries to air show deals

    Aerospace firms are setting out wares from luxury jets to lethal drones at back-to-back British air shows this week, hoping trade tensions will not deter airlines from buying jetliners even as geopolitical uncertainty allows them to sell more weapons. The quintessentially English atmosphere of the Royal International Air Tattoo, where straw-hatted VIPs watch fighters thunder over picturesque Cotswolds villages, gives way on Monday to the Farnborough Airshow, where the hard-nose business deals in the $800 billion aerospace and defence sector will be done.

  • Reuters8 hours ago

    UK PM May promises to protect planemakers' supply chains in Brexit

    British Prime Minister Theresa May will on Monday seek to reassure aviation bosses that her under-fire Brexit plan won't disrupt their supply chains, and promise that the industry will flourish as Britain leaves the European Union. May's words, to be delivered at the Farnborough Airshow south west of London, come at a crunch time for the prime minister as pro-Brexit lawmakers in her party threaten revolt over an EU exit strategy they say leaves Britain subject to Brussels' rule. Airbus, Europe's biggest planemaker which employs around 15,000 people in Britain, warned earlier this month that if Britain left the EU without a deal - a so-called "hard" Brexit - it could result in production at its factories stopping and aircraft being grounded.

  • Theresa May Says Her Brexit Plan Supports Aerospace Companies Like Airbus
    Bloomberg8 hours ago

    Theresa May Says Her Brexit Plan Supports Aerospace Companies Like Airbus

    Prime Minister Theresa May, under pressure from the U.K. aerospace sector to deliver a Brexit deal that safeguards its competitiveness, will say her plan for leaving the European Union strengthens the position of manufacturers and protects jobs. In a speech at the Farnborough air show in southern England on Monday, May will announce 343 million pounds ($453 million) of funding for the industry. Some of Britain’s biggest employers, including planemaker Airbus SE and engine specialist Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc, have been ramping up pressure on May to minimize the impact of the split from the EU, warning that investments and jobs are at stake.

  • Reuters11 hours ago

    Boeing concerned about tariff talk, but no business impact yet

    Boeing Co is concerned about the impact of possible trade tariffs on the cost of running its supply chain, but has not yet seen any impact from U.S.-Chinese trade tensions on its business, Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg said on Sunday.

  • Airbus Near $6 Billion A350 Jet Sale to Taiwan's StarLux
    Bloomberg11 hours ago

    Airbus Near $6 Billion A350 Jet Sale to Taiwan's StarLux

    Airbus SE is said to close in on $29 billion of deals with Asian carriers who are expanding their fleet because of surging travel demand in the region. The European manufacturer is closing in on a blockbuster agreement to sell $23 billion worth of aircraft to AirAsia Group Bhd., the continent’s biggest budget carrier, according to people familiar with the matter. Airbus is also nearing an agreement to sell wide-body jetliners valued at about $6 billion to Taiwanese startup StarLux Airlines, according to a person familiar with the matter.

  • Reuters13 hours ago

    Airbus near deal to sell A350s to Taiwan's StarLux - sources

    FARNBOROUGH, England (Reuters) - Airbus (AIR.PA) is close to a deal to sell A350 long-haul jets to Taiwanese start-up StarLux Airlines, people familiar with the matter said on Sunday. The planned airline ...

  • Reuters13 hours ago

    Airbus near deal to sell A350s to Taiwan's StarLux: sources

    Airbus is close to a deal to sell A350 long-haul jets to Taiwanese start-up StarLux Airlines, people familiar with the matter said on Sunday. The planned airline has selected the Airbus A320neo family ...

  • Flightglobal14 hours ago

    ANALYSIS: CFM comfortably ahead in A320neo engine race

    CFM International is convincingly winning the two-horse race to power Airbus A320neo family aircraft, with more than 2,500 of the re-engined narrowbodies on order set to have engines from the GE Aviation and Safran joint venture, compared with just over 1,800 for rival Pratt & Whitney.

  • Reuters15 hours ago

    Embraer pushes E2 jet's low maintenance, fuel costs amid Airbus rivalry

    Brazilian planemaker Embraer (EMBR3.SA) is pushing the low maintenance costs and fuel burn of its E2 jet as it battles tougher competition from the rival A220, now backed by Airbus (AIR.PA), executives said on Sunday. "I'm hopeful that we'll be able to present a good showing on Tuesday," John Slattery, President and CEO Embraer Commercial Aviation, told Reuters onboard its E190-E2 jet, looking ahead to possible order announcements at this week's Farnborough air show. Boeing (BA.N) earlier this month struck a deal for a controlling stake in the commercial aircraft arm of Embraer under a new $4.75 billion (3.59 billion pounds) joint venture, coming after Airbus completed a deal to take control of rival Bombardier's (BBDb.TO) Cseries programme.

  • Embraer pushes E2 jet's low maintenance, fuel costs amid Airbus rivalry
    Reuters15 hours ago

    Embraer pushes E2 jet's low maintenance, fuel costs amid Airbus rivalry

    Brazilian planemaker Embraer (EMBR3.SA) is pushing the low maintenance costs and fuel burn of its E2 jet as it battles tougher competition from the rival A220, now backed by Airbus (AIR.PA), executives said on Sunday. "I'm hopeful that we'll be able to present a good showing on Tuesday," John Slattery, President and CEO Embraer Commercial Aviation, told Reuters onboard its E190-E2 jet, looking ahead to possible order announcements at this week's Farnborough air show. Boeing (BA.N) earlier this month struck a deal for a controlling stake in the commercial aircraft arm of Embraer under a new $4.75 billion joint venture, coming after Airbus completed a deal to take control of rival Bombardier's (BBDb.TO) Cseries program.

  • Reuters17 hours ago

    Rolls-Royce plans for take-off in flying taxi market

    British jet engine maker Rolls-Royce has designed a propulsion system for a flying taxi and is starting a search for partners to help develop a project it hopes could take to the skies as soon as early next decade. Rolls-Royce said on Sunday it had drawn up plans for an electric vertical take-off and landing (EVTOL) vehicle, or flying taxi, which could carry four to five people at speeds of up to 250 miles per hour for approximately 500 miles. Rolls-Royce's design will be showcased in digital form at the Farnborough Airshow, which starts on Monday.

  • Reuters18 hours ago

    Airbus in talks for new Viva Aerobus jet order: sources

    Europe's Airbus is in talks with Viva Aerobus for a repeat order of up to 40 of its A320neo-family jets, industry sources said on Sunday. The Mexican budget carrier has ordered 55 Airbus single-aisle aircraft ...

  • Flightglobal18 hours ago

    FARNBOROUGH: A350-1000 clear for beyond-180min ETOPS

    Airbus has secured extended twin-engined operations clearance beyond 3h for the A350-1000.

  • The Wall Street Journal5 hours ago

    [$$] Boeing, Airbus Strain to Deliver the New Jets They Have Promised

    Boeing Co. and Airbus SE, swamped with orders for new jets, are struggling to deliver them all on time—in some cases angering customers and delaying payments. Airbus has missed a number of deadlines for deliveries, forcing airline customers to find alternatives, change routes or cancel flights. The missed deliveries mean delayed payments, because most cash changes hands only upon delivery.

  • Reutersyesterday

    AirAsia mulls dual Airbus jet order but how much will it pay?

    AirAsia is discussing the possible purchase of another 100 Airbus A321neo jets as the company's chief executive officer, Malaysian entrepreneur Tony Fernandes, and Airbus go down to the wire in parallel negotiations for an expanded order for larger A330neo jets, industry sources said. Fernandes may attend this week's Farnborough Airshow where the two sides will attempt to end a rough patch in their relations and agree all or part of a complex package of wide-body and narrow-body jetliner orders, two sources said.