The crisis is far from over, the timid resumption of air traffic is threatened by the violence of the second wave of Covid-19, but we are holding on tight.
This is in summary the message sent, Thursday, by Guillaume Faury during the presentation of the results for the third quarter of 2020. The executive chairman of the European aeronautics giant displays a certain confidence while remaining
as the uncertainties are numerous .
Boeing predicts a tough decade for commercial aviation
From July to September, turnover fell by 27%, to 11.3 billion euros, and even by 33% for the commercial aviation activity.
In three months, Airbus lost 767 million.
The results are affected by an exceptional charge of 1.2 billion to finance the social plan (15,000 job cuts).
But also by the additional costs of the A 380 program, the last copy of which must be delivered in 2021, to the tune of 26 million (and 358 million over nine months).
During the period, Airbus stopped the hemorrhage of its cash flow, after having
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