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State credit: Airbus chief sees no obligation to repay

to develop the A380 was Airbus state get loans. With each delivered aircraft should be paid a part. Now the aircraft is no longer built but soon - and Airbus

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State credit: Airbus chief sees no obligation to repay
to develop

the A380 was Airbus state get loans. With each delivered aircraft should be paid a part. Now the aircraft is no longer built but soon - and Airbus does not want to pay more.

The aircraft manufacturer Airbus is not the duty of the state to repay loans for the Out of the Giant Airbus A380. The German taxpayer will remain so, possibly to around 600 million euros for the development of widebody aircraft seats. The background is a state credit that the aircraft manufacturers in 2002 had get.

"risk partnership"

partnership," says Airbus chief Enders.

governments have granted their support for the world's largest passenger jet at the time as a "risk partner," said the outgoing Airbus chief Tom Enders, the "Financial Times". "It is a fact that this is a risk partnership, and the loans based on the promise of the lending to governments, that their money is in the absence of the success of the aircraft in danger."

Airbus had announced in mid-February that the production of the double-Decker ends up aircraft due to lack of orders in the year 2021. Previously a major customer Emirates had cancelled an Order over 39 machines. Also, the aircraft financiers Amedeo does not accept his ordered 20 machines.

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