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The European manufacturer admitted to EU officials hydrogen tech wouldn't be ready by 2035, as it had earlier claimed.
Airbus and Air France to stand trial over 2009 Atlantic crash
Both the aircraft manufacturer and the airline have stated that they will appeal the decision.
EU and US agree to suspend tariffs over Airbus-Boeing dispute
The tariffs will be suspended for four months initially as the standoff between the bloc and the US eased.
Airbus reports €1.1 billion in losses due to COVID-19 pandemic
The company said in a statement that 566 commercial aircraft were delivered in 2020. It took in a mere 268 aircraft orders in 2020, down from 768 in 2019.
Airbus unveils concepts for zero-emission planes powered by hydrogen
The European aerospace company aims to develop the world's first zero-emission commercial aircraft by 2035.
Airbus axes 15,000 jobs amid sector’s 'gravest crisis'
Airbus is to cut 15,000 jobs as it faces “the gravest crisis this sector has ever experienced”.
Airbus crisis reveals 'devastating' impact of coronavirus pandemic
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