EADSY - Airbus SE

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34.28
-0.18 (-0.52%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT
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Previous Close34.46
Open34.08
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range34.00 - 34.38
52 Week Range20.84 - 35.08
Volume71,811
Avg. Volume152,947
Market Cap106.765B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.56
PE Ratio (TTM)31.30
EPS (TTM)1.10
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.47 (1.45%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-04-11
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Boeing crisis, trade tensions cast pall over air show
    Reuters15 hours ago

    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
    Reuters19 hours ago

    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.

  • CFM erases jet engine output delay, cautious on rate increases
    Reuters2 days ago

    CFM erases jet engine output delay, cautious on rate increases

    CFM International has caught up with delays in deliveries of its LEAP jet engine after keeping its assembly lines running at high speed while the Boeing 737 MAX remains grounded, the French-American engine maker said on Saturday. The LEAP engine helped Boeing and European rival Airbus upgrade their most important single-aisle models, leading to the development of the Boeing 737 MAX and the Airbus A320neo, which is also powered by the Pratt & Whitney geared turbofan. CFM officials said ahead of the Paris Airshow that the engine maker had been able to absorb earlier delays in production during the grounding of the 737 MAX.

  • Boeing Makes Another Vertical Leap As It Looks For Fatter Profits
    Investor's Business Daily3 days ago

    Boeing Makes Another Vertical Leap As It Looks For Fatter Profits

    Aviation giant Boeing and archrival Airbus are looking to fatten profits by making more of the parts that go into their planes. Boeing stock dipped.

  • Airbus Looks To Soar Above Boeing With This New Engine Technology
    Investor's Business Daily3 days ago

    Airbus Looks To Soar Above Boeing With This New Engine Technology

    Airbus could open a new front in its aerospace battle with Boeing by bringing the world’s first hybrid-electric airliner to market.

  • Airbus urges UTC not to be distracted by Raytheon deal
    Reuters3 days ago

    Airbus urges UTC not to be distracted by Raytheon deal

    Airbus said on Friday it had urged United Technologies to "keep its eye on the ball" in its role as a commercial aerospace supplier as it moves towards a planned merger with U.S. defence contractor Raytheon. Chief Executive Guillaume Faury said the message was understood by the world's largest aerospace supplier, whose Pratt & Whitney unit supplies engines for the A320neo jet. Faury told a news conference he had spoken to UTC leaders and would do so again at the Paris Airshow next week.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Airbus readies A321XLR jetliner launch, sees A330neo sales

    Airbus sought on Friday to heighten anticipation surrounding a new longer-range version of its A321neo and hinted at new orders for its larger A330neo plane ahead of a Paris Airshow overshadowed by the grounding of Boeing's 737 MAX. Sales chief Christian Scherer told a news briefing ahead of the June 17-23 event that the current longest-range A321 variant, the A321LR, had a range of 4,000 nautical miles and added "hint, hint, hint, maybe soon a little more". Airbus has already started pre-marketing the longer-range A321XLR which will allow airlines to offer long trips in narrowbody planes on routes where demand is too slim to justify taking the risk of trying to fill a larger wide-body.

  • Airbus May Make the Next Version of Its Top-Selling Jet an Electric Hybrid
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Airbus May Make the Next Version of Its Top-Selling Jet an Electric Hybrid

    The European planemaker has grown confident that the revolutionary propulsion system will be ready for roll-out on an all-new single-aisle jet around 2035, according to people with knowledge of its planning. While the company has been public about its interest in hybrid engines, Airbus is now willing to consider powering its most important aircraft with the technology, said the people, who asked not to be named discussing internal deliberations. Timelines aren’t certain and will shift as different capabilities evolve, the people said, adding that Airbus would start with a smaller single-aisle and work its way up to a size comparable to the A321neo, which seats as many 240 people.

  • Oman Air plans Airbus talks unless Boeing provides 737 Max support plan
    Reuters3 days ago

    Oman Air plans Airbus talks unless Boeing provides 737 Max support plan

    Oman Air CEO Abdulaziz Al Raisi plans to hold talks with Airbus if Boeing does not provide a support and recovery plan for its grounded 737 MAX planes before June 17, a statement by the Omani company said on Friday. "The grounding of the 737 MAXs has had a major financial impact on Oman Air," the statement cited Raisi as saying. "The airline's expansion plans for 2019 had been significantly curtailed" and Oman Air "also suffered revenue losses and market share declines," he added.

  • Airbus signs amended A400M deal with buyer countries
    Reuters3 days ago

    Airbus signs amended A400M deal with buyer countries

    Airbus said on Friday it had signed an agreement with European buyer countries for a revised contract for its delayed A400M military transporter plane. Airbus said the agreement with OCCAR, which represents Germany, France, United Kingdom, Spain, Turkey, Belgium and Luxembourg, included key points such as new capabilities development plan, a new production delivery schedule and new financial terms. Under the new financial terms, it said the partners agreed on the implementation of a revised financial retention mechanism which is the amount of cash that buyer countries can hold back while waiting for delayed deliveries.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    Airbus poised to launch longer-range jet

    Airbus gave its broadest signal yet that it is preparing to launch a longer-range version of its successful A321 single-aisle jet as the European plane maker set out its view of the market ahead of the Paris air show next week. Speaking to journalists on Friday, Christian Scherer, the company’s commercial aircraft president, said that the A321LR had a range of 4,000 nautical miles and might “hint, hint, hint” soon have “a little more [range] in the near future”.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    Airbus agrees revised deal for troubled A400M programme

    Airbus has agreed a revised deal with European governments over its troubled A400M military transport aircraft, drawing a line under a lengthy battle over cost and technological problems. The European aerospace and defence group said on Friday it would stretch out deliveries of the aircraft while sticking to the programme’s overall contractual timeframe until 2030. The amended contract, signed with OCCAR, the European arms procurement agency which coordinates the A400M purchase for the programme’s seven founding nations, also includes new financial terms, although the details were not disclosed.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    Airbus prepares to steal march on Boeing with long-range aircraft

    Airbus is preparing to steal a march against rival Boeing with the launch of a new long-range aircraft that could pre-empt the US company’s plans for a similar plane. The European aircraft maker has been courting potential airline customers about a longer-range version of its single-aisle A321 jet and could launch the model on its home territory at next week’s Paris Air Show — the industry’s showcase event where the world’s two biggest jet manufacturers like to trump each other in a public battle of orders. Potential airline customers, including IAG, the owner of Aer Lingus and British Airways, have already expressed an interest.

  • Airbus in talks with Indigo Partners on A321XLR sale: sources
    Reuters4 days ago

    Airbus in talks with Indigo Partners on A321XLR sale: sources

    PARIS/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Airbus is in talks with U.S.-based private equity firm Indigo Partners about a potential sale of its new A321XLR passenger jet, industry sources said on Thursday. Airbus, which declined to comment, is trying to cement the launch of its longest-range single-aisle jet at the Paris Airshow next week. Indigo Partners, which also declined comment, buys aircraft on behalf of four airlines in which it holds stakes, using its bulk purchasing power to squeeze lower prices from planemakers.

  • Airbus agrees new contract for delayed A400M military transporter
    Reuters4 days ago

    Airbus agrees new contract for delayed A400M military transporter

    Airbus has reached an agreement with European state buyers to revise a contract for its delayed A400M military transporter plane, resetting Europe's largest defense project after a lengthy wrangle over costs and military capability. Airbus said on Friday it had signed an A400M contract amendment with arms procurement agency OCCAR, which coordinates the A400M purchase for seven core nations, to lengthen the model's production plan while sticking to the program's overall contractual timeframe until 2030.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    UPDATE 2-Airbus agrees new contract for delayed A400M military transporter

    Airbus has reached an agreement with European state buyers to revise a contract for its delayed A400M military transporter plane, resetting Europe's largest defence project after a lengthy wrangle over costs and military capability. Airbus said on Friday it had signed an A400M contract amendment with arms procurement agency OCCAR, which coordinates the A400M purchase for seven core nations, to lengthen the model's production plan while sticking to the programme's overall contractual timeframe until 2030.

  • Why The Paris Air Show Is Ripe For Big Boeing, Airbus Surprises
    Investor's Business Daily4 days ago

    Why The Paris Air Show Is Ripe For Big Boeing, Airbus Surprises

    Boeing (BA) and Airbus (EADSY) head into the 2019 Paris Air Show with low expectations for orders as the 737 Max crisis still looms, but some analysts are holding out hope for some positive news. The aerospace industry's biggest event, which alternates with the U.K.'s Farnborough Airshow, runs June 17-20. Exhibitors will show off new production and assembly techniques, 3D printing,...

  • Pilot shortages, unsold planes weigh on ATR deliveries: sources
    Reuters4 days ago

    Pilot shortages, unsold planes weigh on ATR deliveries: sources

    Franco-Italian turboprop maker ATR is tackling a slump in deliveries resulting from a combination of industrial delays, unsold aircraft and pilot shortages, industry sources said. The turboprop maker, owned jointly by Airbus and Italy's Leonardo, has delivered only a handful of aircraft in 2019 but aims to recover in the second half. Toulouse-based ATR declined to give a figure for mid-year deliveries but said it was confident of achieving its target of matching last year's total handover of 76 aircraft.

  • Pilot shortages, unsold planes weigh on ATR deliveries - sources
    Reuters4 days ago

    Pilot shortages, unsold planes weigh on ATR deliveries - sources

    Franco-Italian turboprop maker ATR is tackling a slump in deliveries resulting from a combination of industrial delays, unsold aircraft and pilot shortages, industry sources said. The turboprop maker, owned jointly by Airbus and Italy's Leonardo, has delivered only a handful of aircraft in 2019 but aims to recover in the second half. Toulouse-based ATR declined to give a figure for mid-year deliveries but said it was confident of achieving its target of matching last year's total handover of 76 aircraft.