Only about two years ago, the chances of Guillaume Faury becoming CEO of Airbus seemed close to zero, even if Tom Enders decided to retire early. There were many more likely options than the low-profile, publicity-shy CEO of Airbus Helicopters being promoted to one of the most powerful positions in global aerospace. Among them: Fabrice Bregier, Marwan Lahoud, Harald Wilhelm and later the ambitious Dirk Hoke and Eric Schulz, not to mention many external candidates interested in the ...

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