Airbus named Philippe Mhun as its new head of programs, a role he will take on in addition to his current job as the company’s top services executive. Mhun succeeds Didier Evrard, who is retiring at year-end. Evrard has been heading Airbus commercial aircraft programs since 2015, but his most important role in the company has been the leadership of the A350 program that he took on in 2007. Introduction of the latest Airbus widebody, while not without its own major challenges, has ...

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