airbus group nv - unsp adr (EADSY) Key Developments
Airbus Group N.V. Presents at 4th Annual Japan Airfinance Conference, Apr-16-2015 through Apr-17-2015
Apr 13 15
Airbus Group N.V. Presents at 4th Annual Japan Airfinance Conference, Apr-16-2015 through Apr-17-2015. Venue: The Peninsula Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan. Presentation Date & Speakers: Apr-16-2015, Alan Pardoe, Head of Marketing Communications. Apr-17-2015, Alan Pardoe, Head of Marketing Communications.
Airbus Group Wins Order from ANA Holdings to Provide Seven A321 Aircraft
Apr 8 15
Airbus Group has received a new order from ANA Holdings for seven A321 aircraft including four A321ceo with Sharklets and three A321neo. This firm order brings ANA's total order for the A320 Family to 37 aircraft (26 A321neo, four A321ceo with Sharklet, and seven A320neo). With an optimised use of cabin space called 'Cabin-Flex', the A321neo will typically seat up to 240 passengers while maintaining Airbus' standard comfort standard of at least 18 inch wide seats. The A321ceo will seat up to 220, and the A320neo up to 180 people.
Airbus Increased Stake Sale By 2.5% in Dassault Aviation SA
Mar 25 15
Airbus Group N.V. (ENXTPA:AIR) is now planning to sell 17.5% stake in Dassault Aviation SA (ENXTPA:AM). Airbus initially announced the sale of a 15% before raising the amount to 17.5% later in the day. Airbus' stake will drop to about 24.5% from 42%.
Airbus Planning To Sell Dassault Aviation Stake
Mar 25 15
Airbus Group N.V. (ENXTPA:AIR) may sell some stake in Dassault Aviation SA (ENXTPA:AM). Reuters reported Airbus as stating that it is planning to sell 15% stake in Dassault Aviation. The news report quoted Airbus as saying that post transaction, Airbus' stake in Dassault will drop to about 27% from 42%.
Airbus Group's Airbus Defence and Space Introduces New Radar Technologies to Enhance Air Traffic Control
Mar 24 15
Airbus Defence and Space, a division of Airbus Group has introduced new technologies in its air surveillance radar which give the ASR-NG, or Airport Surveillance Radar Next Generation, enahnced air traffic control capabilities. The company has completed a demonstration which showed enhanced detection capabilities with a significant increase of detection range coverage to 120 NM (220 km). Other key features of ASR-NG are the complete mitigation of wind farm effects, a new Primary Surveillance Radar 3D height measurement and resistance against interference by 4G/LTE mobile phone signals. ASR-NG consists of a primary radar on the basis of a solid state transmitter and advanced signal processing technology for long-range surveillance. Its extreme sensitivity means that even very small objects such as mini drones, slow flying objects such as helicopters or even flocks of birds can be reliably detected and classified. Specifically developed algorithms allow for safe guidance of aircraft even in the vicinity of wind turbines, which is hardly possible with conventional air traffic control radar systems.