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Old November 25th 03, 12:04 AM
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Airbus Charts Course for Military Contracts

(EXCERPT) The parent of the European group has broad-based plans to
challenge Boeing for defense deals after its commercial success., by
Peter Spiegel, Financial Times

LONDON It is a rivalry like that of Coke and Pepsi, Hertz and Avis,
McDonald's and Burger King. Airbus, the upstart European aircraft
group, puts together the right mix of chutzpah and government
subsidies, takes on archrival Boeing Co. and becomes leader in the
commercial aircraft market.

Less well-documented has been the strategy of Airbus' parent, European
Aeronautic Defense and Space Co., to use success in commercial
aviation to challenge Boeing in the military market. The plan is
nascent, but EADS officials believe moving the Airbus airframe into
the defense side of its business could help insulate E...

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