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Search results for: HUMBERT-Gustav

GERMANY
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May 16, 2006
Brandendenburg's State Prime Minister Matthias Platzeck (L to R) German Transport and Construction Minister...
Berlin, Germany
Platzeck, Tiefensee, Glos, Woehrl, Humbert and Stieglitz pose in front of an Airbus A-380-841 aircraft...
Brandendenburg's State Prime Minister Matthias Platzeck (L to R) German Transport and Construction Minister Wolfgang Tiefensee, German Economy Minister Michael Glos, State Secretary Dagmar Woehrl, CEO Gustav Humbert of Airbus and inspector general of the German airforce Lieutenant-general Klaus-Peter Stieglitz pose for the media in front of an Airbus A-380-841 aircraft at the exhibition ground of the ILA 2006 Berlin Air Show at Berlin's Schoenefeld airport May 16, 2006. The aircraft takes part at the ILA 2006 Berlin Air Show from May 16 to 21, 2006. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
FRANCE AIRCRASH TRIAL
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May 02, 2006
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert (L) arrives with one of his lawyers for the first day of the trial...
Colmar, France
Airbus Chief Executive Humbert arrives for first day of trial of crash of Airbus A320 in Colmar
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert (L) arrives with one of his lawyers for the first day of the trial of the crash of an Airbus A320, in 1992 in Alsace, in Colmar, eastern France, May 2, 2006. Nine passengers and crew members survived and 87 perished when the plane crashed 14 years ago in the Vosges mountains on the Mount Saint-Odile in eastern France January 20, 1992. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
FRANCE AIRCRASH TRIAL
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May 02, 2006
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert arrives for the first day of the trial of the crash of an Airbus...
Colmar, France
Airbus Chief Executive Humbert arrives for first day of trial of crash of Airbus A320 in Colmar
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert arrives for the first day of the trial of the crash of an Airbus A320, in 1992 in Alsace, in Colmar, eastern France, May 2, 2006. Nine passengers and crew members survived and 87 perished when the plane crashed 14 years ago in the Vosges mountains on the Mount Saint-Odile in eastern France January 20, 1992. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
HUMBERT
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January 17, 2006
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert poses next to an Airbus380 model after a news conference in Paris...
Paris, France
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert poses next to an Airbus380 model after a news conference in Pa.....
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert poses next to an Airbus380 model after a news conference in Paris January 17, 2006. [Airbus outsold Boeing Co. in 2005 with 1,055 net orders, capping a record year for both planemakers marked by fierce price competition and strong demand from Asian and budget airlines.]
FRANCE
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January 17, 2006
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert poses next to an Airbus380 model after a news conference in Paris...
Paris, France
Airbus Chief Executive Humbert poses next to Airbus380 model after news conference in Paris
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert poses next to an Airbus380 model after a news conference in Paris January 17, 2006. Airbus outsold Boeing Co. in 2005 with 1,055 net orders, capping a record year for both planemakers marked by fierce price competition and strong demand from Asian and budget airlines. REUTERS/Franck Prevel
FRANCE
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January 17, 2006
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert poses next to an Airbus380 model after a news conference in Paris...
Paris, France
Airbus Chief Executive Humbert poses next to Airbus380 model after news conference in Paris
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert poses next to an Airbus380 model after a news conference in Paris January 17, 2006. Airbus outsold Boeing Co. in 2005 with 1,055 net orders, capping a record year for both planemakers marked by fierce price competition and strong demand from Asian and budget airlines. REUTERS/Franck Prevel
FRANCE
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January 17, 2006
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert attends a news conference in Paris January 17, 2006. Airbus outsold...
Paris, France
Airbus Chief Executive Humbert attends news conference in Paris
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert attends a news conference in Paris January 17, 2006. Airbus outsold Boeing Co. in 2005 with 1,055 net orders, capping a record year for both planemakers marked by fierce price competition and strong demand from Asian and budget airlines. REUTERS/Franck Prevel
FRANCE
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January 17, 2006
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert attends a news conference in Paris January 17, 2006. Airbus outsold...
Paris, France
Airbus Chief Executive Humbert attends news conference in Paris
Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert attends a news conference in Paris January 17, 2006. Airbus outsold Boeing Co. in 2005 with 1,055 net orders, capping a record year for both planemakers marked by fierce price competition and strong demand from Asian and budget airlines. REUTERS/Franck Prevel
TRANSPORT AIRBUS CHINA
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December 05, 2005
President of Airbus Industry Gustav Humbert of Germany shakes hands with President of Central Aircraft...
Paris, France
President of Airbus Industry Humbert shakes hands with President of CASC Li in Paris
President of Airbus Industry Gustav Humbert of Germany shakes hands with President of Central Aircraft Sales Corporation (CASC) Li Hai (L) as Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (background L) and France's Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin (C) applaud at Hotel Matignon in Paris December 5, 2005. China signed a deal on Monday to buy 150 Airbus single-aisle passenger jets in a deal worth nearly $10 billion at list prices, during a 4-day visit to France by Wen. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE AIRBUS CHINA
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December 05, 2005
President of Airbus Industry Gustav Humbert of Germany shakes hands with President of Central Aircraft...
Paris, France
President of Airbus Industry Humbert shakes hands with CASC's Li of China in Paris
President of Airbus Industry Gustav Humbert of Germany shakes hands with President of Central Aircraft Sales Corporation (CASC) Li Hai of China (L) as Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (rear L) and France's Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin (rear C) applaud at the Hotel Matignon in Paris December 5, 2005. China ordered 150 Airbus single-aisle passenger jets in a deal worth nearly $10 billion at list prices, boosting European industry during a four-day visit to France by Wen. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE CHINA
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December 04, 2005
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (C) holds a model of the Airbus A380 plane during a visit to the Airbus plant...
Toulouse, France
Chinese Premier Wen holds a model of the Airbus A380 plane during a visit to the Airbus plant in Toulouse...
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (C) holds a model of the Airbus A380 plane during a visit to the Airbus plant with Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert (L), French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy (2nd L), head of the A380 programme Charles Champion (R) and EADS Co-Chief Executive Noel Forgeard (2nd R) in Toulouse, southwestern France December 4, 2005. Wen starts a four-day official visit to France on Sunday. REUTERS/Stringer
FRANCE CHINA
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December 04, 2005
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (C) tours an A380 Airbus plane with Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert...
Toulouse, France
Chinese Premier Wen tours an A380 Airbus plane with Airbus Chief Executive Humbert in Toulouse
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (C) tours an A380 Airbus plane with Airbus Chief Executive Gustav Humbert (2nd R), head of the A380 programme Charles Champion (R), EADS Co-Chief Executive Noel Forgeard (2nd L) and French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy (L) at the Airbus plant in Toulouse December 4, 2005. Wen starts a four-day official visit to France on Sunday. REUTERS/Remy Gabalda/Pool
JAPAN
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October 26, 2005
Airbus President and Chief Executive Officer Gustav Humbert speaks at a business forum in Tokyo October...
Tokyo, Japan
Airbus President and CEO Humbert speaks at a business forum in Tokyo
Airbus President and Chief Executive Officer Gustav Humbert speaks at a business forum in Tokyo October 26, 2005. Humber presented a consolidated update on the company and industry during the coming years to Japanese participants at the forum. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN
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October 26, 2005
Airbus President and Chief Executive Officer Gustav Humbert speaks in front of the company logo at a...
Tokyo, Japan
Airbus President and CEO Humbert speaks at a business forum in Tokyo
Airbus President and Chief Executive Officer Gustav Humbert speaks in front of the company logo at a business forum in Tokyo October 26, 2005. Humber presented a consolidated update on the company and industry during the coming years to Japanese participants at the forum. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN
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October 25, 2005
Airbus President and Chief Executive Officer Gustav Humbert speaks at a global management forum in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Airbus President and CEO Humbert speaks at the global management forum in Tokyo
Airbus President and Chief Executive Officer Gustav Humbert speaks at a global management forum in Tokyo October 25, 2005. Humbert is in Japan to attend the forum attended by top managers from Asia, U.S. and Europe. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
JAPAN
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October 25, 2005
Airbus President and Chief Executive Officer Gustav Humbert speaks at a global management forum in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Airbus President and CEO Humbert speaks at the global management forum in Tokyo
Airbus President and Chief Executive Officer Gustav Humbert speaks at a global management forum in Tokyo October 25, 2005. Humbert is in Japan to attend the forum attended by top managers from Asia, U.S. and Europe. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao
JAPAN
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October 24, 2005
Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert (R) meets with Japanese Foreign Minister Nobutaka Machimura at...
Tokyo, Japan
Airbus President and CEO Humbert meets with Japanese Foreign Minister Machimura in Tokyo
Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert (R) meets with Japanese Foreign Minister Nobutaka Machimura at the foreign ministry in Tokyo October 24, 2005. Humbert flew in to Tokyo earlier in the day for a three-day visit, to speak about the present and future of the aviation industry. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita
AIRBUS
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October 09, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Top Airbus officers pose together at the start of a press briefing to mark the...
Paris, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Top Airbus officers pose together at the start of a press briefing to mark t.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Top Airbus officers pose together at the start of a press briefing to mark the launch of its new A350 (pictured in the background) in Paris, October 7, 2005. From left to right: Chief Operating Officer John Leahy of the US; President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany; Chief Operating Officer and Head of the A380 programme Charles Champion of France and Executive Vice President Programmes Tom Williams of Great Britain.
HUMBERT
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October 09, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany gets ready to start a news...
Paris, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany gets ready to start a new.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany gets ready to start a news conference in Paris, October 7, 2005. Airbus has formally launched the new passenger long-range A350 aircraft, [for which it has already received 140 firm order commitments from nine World-renowned customers. The aircraft is due to enter service in 2006.]
HUMBERT
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October 09, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany gets ready to start a news...
Paris, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany gets ready to start a new.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany gets ready to start a news conference in Paris, October 7, 2005. Airbus has formally launched the new passenger long-range A350 aircraft, [for which it has already received 140 firm order commitments from nine World-renowned customers. The aircraft is due to enter service in 2006.]
HUMBERT
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October 09, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany gets ready to start a news...
Paris, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany gets ready to start a new.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany gets ready to start a news conference in Paris, October 7, 2005. Airbus has formally launched the new passenger long-range A350 aircraft, [for which it has already received 140 firm order commitments from nine World-renowned customers. The aircraft is due to enter service in 2006.]
HUMBERT
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October 09, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany makes a point during a news...
Paris, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany makes a point during a ne.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany makes a point during a news conference in Paris, October 7, 2005. [Airbus has formally launched the new passenger long-range A350 aircraft, for which it has already received 140 firm order commitments from nine World-renowned customers. The aircraft is due to enter service in 2006.]
HUMBERT
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October 09, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany makes a point during a news...
Paris, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany makes a point during a ne.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany makes a point during a news conference in Paris, October 7, 2005. [Airbus has formally launched the new passenger long-range A350 aircraft, for which it has already received 140 firm order commitments from nine World-renowned customers. The aircraft is due to enter service in 2006.]
HUMBERT
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October 09, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany makes a point during a news...
Paris, France
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany makes a point during a ne.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 07OCT05 - Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany makes a point during a news conference in Paris, October 7, 2005. [Airbus has formally launched the new passenger long-range A350 aircraft, for which it has already received 140 firm order commitments from nine World-renowned customers. The aircraft is due to enter service in 2006.]
FRANCE-AIRBUS
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October 07, 2005
Airbus board members (L-R) John Leahy, President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany, Charles Champion...
Paris
Airbus board members Leahy, Humbert, Champion and Williams gesture during news conference in Paris
Airbus board members (L-R) John Leahy, President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany, Charles Champion of France and Tom Williams give a thumbs-up sign during a news conference in Paris, October 7, 2005. Airbus has formally launched the new passenger long-range A350 aircraft, for which it has already received 140 firm order commitments from nine World-renowned customers. The aircraft is due to enter service in 2006. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
FRANCE-AIRBUS
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October 07, 2005
Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany makes a point during a news conference in Paris October...
Paris
Airbus President and CEO Humbert makes a point during a news conference in Paris
Airbus President and CEO Gustav Humbert of Germany makes a point during a news conference in Paris October 7, 2005. Airbus has formally launched the new passenger long-range A350 aircraft, for which it has already received 140 firm order commitments from nine World-renowned customers. The aircraft is due to enter service in 2006. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
GERMANY
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September 01, 2004
German President Koehler receives model of Airbus A380 from Airbus Chief Operating Officer Humbert in...
Hamburg, Germany
German President Koehler receives model of Airbus A380 from Airbus Chief Operating Officer Humbert ......
German President Koehler receives model of Airbus A380 from Airbus Chief Operating Officer Humbert in Hamburg. German President Horst Koehler (R) receives a model of the new 555-seat superjumbo Airbus A380 from Gustav Humbert, member of the EADS Executive Committee and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Airbus, during his visit to the Airbus facility in Finkenwerder near Hamburg September 1, 2004. Koehler is on a courtesy visit to the northern German city state of Hamburg accompanied by members of the diplomatic corps. REUTERS/Christian Charisius
BRITAIN
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July 19, 2004
Airbus Chief Executive Officer Noel Forgeard (R) addresses the media during a news conference with his...
Farnborough, United Kingdom
Airbus CEO Forgeard gives a news conference at the Farnborough international air show.
Airbus Chief Executive Officer Noel Forgeard (R) addresses the media during a news conference with his Chief Operating Officer Gustav Humbert (L) at the Farnborough International Air Show in Hampshire, southern England, July 19, 2004. Airbus are confident its long haul passenger plane the A380 will reshape air travel and help the company in it's commercial battle against rival U.S. manufacturer Boeing. REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/MD
AIRBUS
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January 14, 2003
European plane maker Airbus'Chief Executive Officer Noel Forgeard of France (R) listens to Chief operating...
Paris, France
European plane maker Airbus'Chief Executive Officer Noel Forgeard of France (R) listens to Chief ope.....
European plane maker Airbus'Chief Executive Officer Noel Forgeard of France (R) listens to Chief operating officer Gustav Humbert of Germany during the annual Airbus news conference in Paris, January 14.
FRANCE
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January 14, 2003
AIRBUS CEO FORGEARD OF FRANCE LISTENS TO CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER HUMBERT OF
GERMANY DURING THE ANNUAL...
Paris, France
AIRBUS CEO FORGEARD OF FRANCE LISTENS TO CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
HUMBERT OF GERMANY DURING THE ...
AIRBUS CEO FORGEARD OF FRANCE LISTENS TO CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER HUMBERT OF
GERMANY DURING THE ANNUAL NEWS CONFERENCE IN PARIS.

European plane maker Airbus'Chief Executive Officer Noel Forgeard of France
(R) listens to Chief operating officer Gustav Humbert of Germany during the
annual Airbus news conference in Paris, January 14, 2003. REUTERS/Charles
Platiau
AIRBUS
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December 11, 1997
Gustav Humbert (L), chairman of Daimler- Benz Aerospace Airbus GmbH explains to President of El Salvador...
Gustav Humbert (L), chairman of Daimler- Benz Aerospace Airbus GmbH explains to President of El Salv.....
Gustav Humbert (L), chairman of Daimler- Benz Aerospace Airbus GmbH explains to President of El Salvador Armando Calderon Sol (R) the Cockpit of an Airbus during a visit of the Airbus plant in the north German city state Hamburg December 11. President Calderon Sol is on an official visit to Germany and will meet political and business leaders.
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December 11, 1997
Gustav Humbert (L), chairman of Daimler- Benz Aerospace Airbus GmbH explains to President of El Salvador...
Germany
GUSTAV HUMBERT EXPLAINS TO PRESIDENT OF EL SALVADOR CALDERON SOL THE COCKPIT OF AN AIRBUS
Gustav Humbert (L), chairman of Daimler- Benz Aerospace Airbus GmbH explains to President of El Salvador Armando Calderon Sol (R) the Cockpit of an Airbus during a visit of the Airbus plant in the north German city state Hamburg December 11. President Calderon Sol is on an official visit to Germany and will meet political and business leaders.

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