Rolls-Royce pledges greater openness

Chief seeks to mend fences after year of missteps

Rolls-Royce admits it’s time to deliver

Chief aims to ‘professionalise’ group after year of profit warnings

Airbus A350 readies for take-off

Innovative 10-year project poised to wrap up with Qatar delivery

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Airbus reshuffle focuses on supply chain

European aerospace group prepares for big increase in production

An Airbus takes to the skies at gatwick airport.
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Companies cautious about oil price falls

Hopes remain that lower crude costs will boost western economies

Boeing dividend rise signals bullishness

25% increase accompanies new $12bn buyback plan

Scandinavians warn Russia after near-miss

Denmark and Sweden say ‘silent’ flights are putting lives at risk

New United Tech chief sees poor 2015

Greg Hayes promises aggressive moves after ‘not very good’ results

Airbus plays down fears over A380 future

Management scramble to reassure investors about superjumbo

Russia and India renew frayed ties

Putin backs construction of 10 more nuclear power reactors

Double hit brings Airbus shares down

Earnings expectations reined in and delivery of new jet delayed

Expect dark sequels to the Sony hack

Many others could potentially become casual targets in the same way

Safran splits chief and chairman roles

Move comes as group ramps up production of next generation engine

France to sell airport stake to Chinese

Security fears raised over Toulouse Blagnac disposal

Brussels puts €3.3bn into unified airspace

Initiative aims to cut flying costs and carbon emissions

Political rivalries blight Zambia

Rifts divide main parties as election looms

Upwardly mobile: Cessna Citation M2

Grimmer economic realities than seven years ago make this a tough environment for aircraft of this size

Nasa’s Mars hope stays grounded for now

Planned launch of Orion spacecraft is delayed by a stray vessel, high winds and a valve problem

Airbus defence unit’s offices raided

German prosecutors investigate border control contracts

Europe’s patents throttled by red tape

The long-promised single EU patent cannot come soon enough

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