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Airbus (2). Enders: "All aircraft manufacturers must learn from accidents"

For Faury, the goal will be "to continue to improve transport safety"

During the Airbus shareholders' meeting held today, the outgoing CEO Tom Enders said he was confident that US rival Boeing will soon be able to solve all the problems of the B-737 MAX by allowing the new certification by of the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration), but above all to guarantee the safety of transport again. "Incidents like the one in Ethiopia create doubts about safety even among passengers", explained Enders underlining the fact that "there can be no competition in this field between producers, but we must learn from disasters to improve ourselves".

Also the incoming Guillaume Faury talked about the B-737 MAX answering a shareholder question, specifying how "despite the differences with the Airbus A-320neo our goal will be to continue to seriously consider our security practices, taking example from all the inconveniences and accident to be able to improve in the future".

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