Cuts... #AirbusGroupNews Airbus Sees Mixed Segment Results While Launching New Business Jet as Pandemic PersistsQuick LinksRecent Issues Airbus published its financial and operational results through the first nine... — read more
Over 10000 Jobs cut in Germany and France. UK and Spain roughly 2500, the rest will be international. Don't have numbers for US, but Americans are lucky. You all are better off than Boeing.
26 employees from Airbus Americas Mobile Engineering Center, but I've not heard of any from Wichita.... Guess it's good to be protected by J.O. My prediction is that there will be more from Mobile, and eventually all staff remaining at the... — read more
This will probably include us as well... Europe’s largest aerospace group has not ruled out layoffs, while signalling that no decisions will be made before the... — read more
It's official. The EVP of Airbus Engineering has planned to lay off all contract employees in the Americas. O'Leary states that he is trying to save some of them, but I give it two weeks, tops. Direct employees supposedly will be retained, but I... — read more
Just in... Airbus just announced they will lay off 2,362 people: 829 in Germany 630 in Spain 404 in France 357 in U.K. 142 in other world wide locations. Boeing announcement is next. Stay tuned.
More cuts are coming, this time it's not Wichita. Anyhow, A400M issues, now cuts. Not sure if anyone is surprised this time http://www.janes.com/article/74214/airbus-expecting-layoffs-in-spain
I hear that Airbus had layoffs in Wichita, but I have no additional details to share. Other companies are laying off as well...
We'll see what happens, but things are looking good right now for Airbus
Forgeard was really working hard not to lay people off. During the downturn in 2002 Boeing cut 30,000 people and we managed not to be hit really hard. So, I would say we are more people centric and we care about our people where American companies... — read more
Have you heard about any planned redundancies at Airbus?