Airbus

  • News HeadlinesAirbus plans to build satellites from space debris right in orbit

    Airbus plans to build satellites from space debris right in orbit

    (ORDO NEWS) — European aerospace company Airbus will send a 3D printer to the International Space Station next year. He is able to use metal in his work; this will be a pilot project to create a factory that will produce orbiting satellites right in space. The printer, called Metal3D, can work with metals that melt at temperatures up to 1200 degrees Celsius. This will be the first 3D printer…

  • News HeadlinesAirbus flight difficulties

    Airbus: flight difficulties

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Airbus, a European aircraft manufacturer, has provided its employees with a very bleak picture of the effects of the coronavirus crisis. The management of the aircraft concern addressed 135 thousand employees in corporate mail, warning of impending more massive job cuts, and emphasizing that immediate action is a matter of company survival. In a letter to staff, Guillaume Fori, CEO, says Airbus is “spending cash…

  • News HeadlinesOne of the largest manufacturers of Airbus aircraft prepared for bankruptcy

    One of the largest manufacturers of Airbus aircraft prepared for bankruptcy

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The foreign edition of Reuters has published fresh material stating that one of the largest manufacturers of Airbus aircraft has prepared for bankruptcy, the company’s CEO Guillaume Fori said. “We are losing money at an unprecedented rate, which could threaten the very existence of our company,” said the top manager in an appeal to the company’s employees. He also said that in order for the…

  • News HeadlinesAirbus will reduce about thousand jobs

    Airbus will reduce about 10 thousand jobs

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — European aerospace giant Airbus could cut up to 10 thousand jobs in the coming days, as the company is struggling with the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, City AM reports. It is reported that executives should complete plans to reduce a total of 134 thousand company employees next week. One source said the cuts would be “inevitable and brutal,” adding: “Boeing is cutting 10 percent…