Airbus SE is set to name Guillaume Faury CEO, the Financial Times reported.
Faury is expected to succeed Tom Enders in April and Airbus could make an announcement as early as Oct. 8, people familiar with the situation told the paper. Faury is currently president of the company's commercial aircraft division, a role he was appointed to in February.
More than half of the aircraft manufacturer's senior management team will have been renewed since 2017 by the time CFO Harald Wilhelm steps down in early 2019, the FT said. Eric Schulz, the company's former chief commercial officer, left the company in September and former COO Fabrice Brégier quit earlier this year.