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Airbus appoints Guillaume Faury as chief executive officer

Staff Writer |
Amsterdam, The Netherlands - Airbus, an aerospace corporation, has selected Guillaume Faury as future chief executive officer.

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Mr. Faury, who currently serves as President Airbus Commercial Aircraft, will succeed Tom Enders who remains CEO until the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 10 April 2019, when the appointment of Mr. Faury as executive member of the Board will be submitted to shareholders.

Mr. Faury served in various senior management roles at Eurocopter from 1998 to 2008.

Starting in Engineering, then Flight Test, Mr. Faury later became Executive Vice President for Commercial Programmes, then Executive Vice President for Research and Development.

In 2009, he joined Peugeot S.A., where he served as Executive Vice President for Research and Development as a Member of the Managing Board.

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