Airbus Commercial Aircraft recorded an EBIT (adjusted) of €954 million ($1.11 billion) in the 2017 first half compared to €1.27 billion for the year-ago half. The drop reflected the aircraft delivery mix and phasing, as well as transition pricing, the European manufacturer said. First-half revenue was €21.8 billion, up 3% on the 2016 figure of €21.1 billion. The only net profit figure given was for the overall Airbus Group, which includes military aircraft, helicopters ...

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