A view of an Airbus A400M tailfin. European aerospace giant ...
Mar 9th, 2010
(AFP/File) - A view of an Airbus A400M tailfin. European aerospace giant EADS has reported a 2009 net loss of 763 million euros because of provisions to cover cost over-runs on the much-vaunted military transport aircraft and on the A380 superjumbo.(AFP/File/Eric Piermont) -
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