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Airbus puts helicopters chief in line for top job in shake-up

Shake-up comes amid bribery investigations related to the use of middlemen in military and commercial airplane sales

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Mr Faury (above) will take over from Fabrice Bregier as head of the commercial plane building unit, giving him a clear path to take over the top role when Tom Enders steps down when his term ends.

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Mr Faury will take over from Fabrice Bregier as head of the commercial plane building unit, giving him a clear path to take over the top role when Tom Enders (above) steps down when his term ends.

London

AIRBUS SE put the head of its helicopters unit in line to replace chief executive officer Tom Enders after a wide-ranging management shake-up, as the European planemaker seeks to move past corruption allegations and inject fresh blood into its leadership ranks.

Mr Enders

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