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Airbus ordered to pay $99 million fine in Eurofighter case

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German prosecutors have ordered Airbus to pay 81.25 million euros ($99 million) to settle one of two investigations into alleged corruption surrounding...

Overcapacity stifling Europe’s defence industry

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Europe's politicians need to put aside national pride and security sensitivities and let the defence industry tackle the overcapacity that has led...

Airbus completes overhaul, says major projects on track

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Airbus Group completed an overhaul of Europe's largest aerospace group on Tuesday by changing its name from EADS and reaffirming a pledge...

Airbus Military, EADS North America deliver HC 144A Maintenance Training Unit...

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The US Coast Guard Aviation Logistics Center has purchased the prototype CN235 aircraft and plans to transform it into an HC-144A maintenance...

Airbus Military, EADS North America deliver HC 144A Maintenance Training Unit...

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The US Coast Guard Aviation Logistics Center has purchased the prototype CN235 aircraft and plans to transform it into an HC-144A maintenance...

Airbus Military, EADS North America deliver HC 144A Maintenance Training Unit...

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The US Coast Guard Aviation Logistics Center has purchased the prototype CN235 aircraft and plans to transform it into an HC-144A maintenance...

Competition increasing for GEW Technologies

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The communications intelligence market is becoming increasingly competitive as defence budgets are cut around the world and companies look to more crowded...

Grintek Ewation becomes GEW Technologies after change in shareholding

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GEW Technologies (formerly known as Grintek Ewation) expands its global security electronics business by merging with Cassidian, the defence and security division...

Cassidian joins forces with ATECH to provide advanced mission avionics for...

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Cassidian, the defence and security division of EADS, joins forces with Brazilian systems specialist ATECH, São Paulo, to equip the new EC725...

Cassidian joins forces with Atech to provide advanced mission avionics for...

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Cassidian, the defence and security division of EADS, joins forces with Brazilian systems specialist Atech, São Paulo, to equip the new EC725 helicopters...

UK opens probe into EADS unit Saudi defence deal

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Britain's Serious Fraud Office has formally launched a criminal probe into allegations that European defence group EADS bribed Saudi Arabian officials to...

Cassidian equips new Finnish Border Guard Patrol Vessel

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Cassidian, the defence and security division of EADS, will equip the new Offshore Patrol Vessel of the Finnish Border Guard with its proven...

Cassidian SmartRadar offers new airborne ground surveillance opportunities

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Cassidian, the defence and security division of EADS, has developed an airborne ground surveillance radar that, through use of the newest ultra-high-resolution radar...

Cassidian takes over shares in optronics division of Carl Zeiss

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Cassidian and Carl Zeiss AG have agreed to run the optronics and optics activities of Carl Zeiss Optronics GmbH jointly in future...

Cassidian’s identification systems protect French Armed Forces

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Cassidian, the defence and security division of EADS, will supply the French Armed Forces with advanced identification systems used to prevent friendly fire. The...

CASSIDIAN’s new SPEXER™ 1500 radar offers unprecedented level of situational awareness

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CASSIDIAN's new SPEXER™ 1500 radar offers unprecedented level of situational awareness  12 June 2012 – Cassidian, the defence and security division of...

Fabrice Bregier appointed new CEO of Airbus

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Fabrice Bregier, previously the Chief Operating Officer of Airbus, has taken over as Airbus President and CEO. He succeeds Tom Enders, who...

Lagardere surprise no-show at EADS AGM

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French media magnate Arnaud Lagardere stayed away from his own election as the next chairman of Airbus parent EADS yesterday, throwing an...

Oman buys eight C295

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The Royal Air Force of Oman (RAFO) today signed a contract with Airbus Military for the acquisition of eight C295 aircraft, five...

Cassidian’s identification systems to obtain AIMS certification of future Mode 5...

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2 May 2012 – Cassidian, the defence and security division of EADS, has successfully completed all certification measurements of its MSSR 2000 I (MSSR...

CASSIDIAN’s new SPEXER™ 2000 Coastal radar proves unique detection capabilities...

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Cassidian, the defence and security division of EADS, has proven the superior performance of its newly developed SPEXER™ 2000 Coastal radar in...

Cassidian’s new SPEXER 2000 Coastal radar proves unique detection capabilities due...

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19 April 2012 – Cassidian, the defence and security division of EADS, has proven the superior performance of its newly developed SPEXER 2000 Coastal...

Cassidian protects VIP convoys against roadside bombs

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Cassidian, the defence and security division of EADS, has developed a new-generation Convoy Protection Jammer that significantly enhances the protection of vehicle convoys against...

German government warns EADS over French bias-paper

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The German government has told aerospace group EADS to locate more of its activities in Germany or put Berlin's plans to buy part...

Airbus claims victory in 2011 order race

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Airbus outsold Boeing almost two-to-one in 2011 after gambling on a revamped fuel-efficient jetliner and delivered more jets than its rival for...

EADS CEO says demand for planes still strong -paper

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European aerospace and defence group EADS continues to see solid demand for its planes and does not expect its business to be...

France delays EADS succession decision -sources

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Aerospace group EADS held off naming a successor to Chief Executive Louis Gallois and preparing other moves after France asked for more...

Voting cap considered for EADS – chairman in paper

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The outgoing chairman of European aerospace group EADS proposed instituting a cap on voting rights, effectively a poison pill to protect the...

Airbus CEO sees order volume down in 2012 -paper

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Airbus, the aircraft making arm of EADS, expects to receive fewer new orders in 2012 compared with this year, when customers snapped...

EADS says Berlin move clears air, eyes alternative

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The chief executive of European aerospace group EADS said a decision by the German government to take a 7.5 percent stake lifted...

Airbus head opposes German purchase of EADS shares-paper

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The head of Airbus said Germany's planned purchase of a stake in the aerospace parent EADS was a step in the wrong...

EADS delays A350 with 200 mln euro charge

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Airbus parent EADS pushed back its new A350 jetliner by six months with a charge of 200 million euros (US$271.7 million) as...

Germany to buy EADS stake from Daimler-sources

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Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition partners no longer object to Germany buying a stake in EADS after the failure to find a...

EADS to ask Germany to order Talarion drones-paper

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EADS is set to offer to waive any rights to damages from cuts to Eurofighter jet orders if some countries buy Talarion...

EADS says unaffected by French bank dollar problems

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European aerospace and defence group EADS has not been affected by the difficulties French banks are having in securing dollar financing, said...

EADS open to Thales tie-up for Brazil contract-paper

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Aerospace and defence group EADS is open to teaming up with France's Thales to win a border surveillance contract in Brazil potentially...

MBDA Germany prepares way for C-RAM Laser Weapon System

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MBDA Germany says it has conducted several successful tests with a laser demonstrator, paving the way to a counter rocket, artillery, mortar...

Airbus wary of global recession risk, Asia seen as buffer

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Airbus, a unit of aerospace group EADS, eyes challenges stemming from a possible global recession brought on by the eurozone debt crisis...

Daimler CEO: EADS stake talks progressing

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Talks about German car maker Daimler selling a stake in Airbus parent EADS are progressing, Daimler Chief Executive Dieter Zetsche said at...

US scrutinizes foreign defence M&A

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US regulators are increasingly taking a tougher stand on foreign takeovers in the defence sector to protect technology designed to deal with...

Airbus procurement head says no impact yet from economic climate

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The procurement head of Airbus, part of aerospace group EADS , sees no impact so far on its business from the current...

EADS won’t join French-British ‘Telemos’ drone project

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European aerospace group EADS will not take part in the French-British Telemos drone programme, which it competes against with its own drone...

EADS ready to dig deep into cash for M&A: executive

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Europe's EADS is ready to dig deep into its $16 billion cash pile to drive forward plans to expand in the United...

Germany denies preparing to buy EADS stake

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Germany denied a report it was preparing to take a stake in EADS after failing to find a domestic private investor for...

Berlin to buy stake in EADS – report

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The German government is preparing to take a stake in European aerospace company EADS after no buyers for part of Daimler's holding...

SAAF keeps CASA fleet flying

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EADS has been awarded a contract of just under R1 million to provide product support services to the South African Air Force...

Germany seeks local investor for EADS stakes

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Germany is starting to look for domestic private investors to buy part of Daimler's stake in EADS and keep German influence at...

Acquisitions key for EADS’ US growth – CFO

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European aerospace group EADS parent of Airbus, cannot meet its 2020 sales target in the United States without acquisitions, said its chief...

Eurocopter’s EC145 helicopter will strengthen the Namibia Police Air Wing

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Namibia's Ministry of Safety & Security has ordered a Eurocopter EC145 to expand the capabilities and reach of the Namibia Police Force's...

Ghana Air Force orders two C295 aircraft

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Ghana's Ministry of Defence has signed a contract with Airbus Military for two C295 aircraft, which will be delivered from the beginning...