Interview with Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury "Planes Are Safe Places, Even in Corona Times"

In an interview with DER SPIEGEL, Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury is critical of Europe's management of the pandemic. He argues that airplanes are safe and that passengers and business travelers will eventually be flying again.
Interview Conducted by Gerald Traufetter und Martin U. Müller
A crew member with a protective face mask: "People want to fly."

A crew member with a protective face mask: "People want to fly."

Foto: Akos Stiller / Bloomberg / Getty Images
About Guillaume Faury
Foto: Frederic Scheiber/ AP
DER SPIEGEL 10/2021
SPIEGEL International
Faury (center) with DER SPIEGEL journalists Gerald Traufetter and Martin U. Müller: "Where we are in 30 years is completely up to us."

Faury (center) with DER SPIEGEL journalists Gerald Traufetter and Martin U. Müller: "Where we are in 30 years is completely up to us."

Foto: Andreas Chudowski / DER SPIEGEL
An artist's impression of the ZEROe Airbus concept aircraft: "The next generation of aircraft will have virtually no impact on the environment."

An artist's impression of the ZEROe Airbus concept aircraft: "The next generation of aircraft will have virtually no impact on the environment."

Foto: Airbus / ABACA / picture alliance
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