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Airbus discloses share buyback transactions 13-19 November 2019

Amsterdam, 20 November 2019 – Airbus SE reports the following share buyback transactions from 13 November 2019 to 19 November 2019 under Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 on market abuse (“EU Market Abuse Regulation”).

The transactions are part of the share buyback programme that started on 6 November 2019
for the sole purpose of covering Airbus’ long-term incentive plan in shares. The repurchased
shares will be redistributed to the beneficiaries of long-term incentive plans according to the
relevant plan rules. The share buyback programme is expected to be completed by around the middle of February 2020.

The share buyback is undertaken pursuant to the general authority conferred on the Airbus
SE Board of Directors by the 13th resolution to repurchase up to 10% of Airbus SE’s issued
share capital by the Annual General Meeting of shareholders of Airbus SE on 10 April 2019.

 

Aggregate presentation (per day and market)

 

Issuer’s name

Issuer’s identifying code

Transaction date

Identifying code of financial instrument

Total daily volume (in number of shares)

Daily weighted average purchase price of shares (EUR)

Market (MIC code)

Airbus SE

 MINO79WLOO247M1IL051

 2019.13.11

NL0000235190

 9,350

 

 134.985822

 XPAR

Airbus SE

 MINO79WLOO247M1IL051

 

 2019.14.11

 

NL0000235190

 

 9,350

 

 135.837837

 

 XPAR

Airbus SE

 

Airbus SE

 

Airbus SE

 MINO79WLOO247M1IL051

 

 MINO79WLOO247M1IL051

 

 MINO79WLOO247M1IL051

 

 2019.15.11

 

 2019.18.11

 

 2019.19.11

NL0000235190

 

NL0000235190

 

NL0000235190

 

 9,350

 

 9,350

 

 9,350

 136.405696

 

 135.310233

 

 135.638821

 XPAR

 

 XPAR

 

 XPAR

 

 

TOTAL

      

 46,750

 135.635682

 

 

 

Detailed reporting of share buyback transactions is available on the Airbus website at:

https://www.airbus.com/investors/share-price-and-information.html#buyback

This update on share buybacks contains inside information within the meaning of the EU Market Abuse Regulation.