By Dominic Lalk
Airbus SE this week announced that Airbus Commercial Aircraft president, Guillaume Faury, would succeed Tom Enders as Airbus CEO from next April. This is the latest leadership change at the Toulouse-headquartered manufacturer after Airbus Commercial Aircraft CCO, Eric Schulz, handed in his surprise resignation last month.
In Chicago, Boeing closed its acquisition of parts and services provider, KLX Inc. and at its South Carolina plant handed over the maiden B787-9 to Air Tahiti Nui, the first Boeing aircraft for the South Pacific airline.
Hainan Airlines will commence A350 domestic flights this Saturday, Hong Kong Airlines is reportedly deferring four A350s, AirAsia X has won approval for more Mainland routes and Jet Airways has received a US$35 million cash injection from the Etihad Group.
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