Aircraft giant, Airbus has announced changes to the leadership team led by Chief Executive Officer Guillaume Faury, as well as the appointment of a designated Commercial Aircraft business management team which will operate under the helm of Christian Scherer.
“Looking at our key priorities, we want to put the Company in the right configuration for the future,” said Guillaume Faury, Airbus CEO.
“Our leadership team will further focus on the operational challenges of today while addressing strategy and transformation to secure the future of all our businesses. This will require constant attention and stewardship from this leadership team – united around a common purpose and sharing Airbus’ core values – in order to be successful in the fast-changing global environment that has become our new normal.”
Meanwhile, Airbus also announced appointments to the new Commercial Aircraft management team.
“Our customers, partners, and stakeholders expect total commitment from Airbus to deliver on the ambitions and operational objectives of our Commercial Aircraft business. I’m excited to assemble a team of talented and recognised leaders at such a critical time for our industry,” said Christian Scherer, CEO Commercial Aircraft. “I’m looking forward to tackling the challenges and exploiting the opportunities together with this exceptional team.”
From January 1, 2024 onwards, the new Airbus leadership team led by Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury will consist of:
From 1 January 2024 onwards, the new Commercial Aircraft management team led by CEO Commercial Aircraft Christian Scherer will consist of: