Airbus Taps Xenophon for Crisis Support
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Airbus Taps Xenophon for Crisis Support

Airbus North America has named Xenophon Strategies as its agency of record for crisis communications support in North America. Xenophon had worked with Airbus on last year's the American Airlines Flight 587 accident.

Paul Holmes

HERNDON, April 18—Airbus North America has named Xenophon Strategies as its agency of record for crisis communications support in North America. Xenophon was selected after working with Airbus to help the airframe manufacturer improve its crisis response capacity and helping Airbus in the wake of the American Airlines Flight 587 accident on November 12, last year.
 
“The Xenophon Strategies team has worked extensively for the U.S. aviation industry, and we chose them based on their outstanding capabilities and proven ability to support Airbus in all aspects of crisis communications,” said Clay McConnell, vice president of communications for Airbus North America.  “They know crisis communications and we are pleased to have them as a key part of the Airbus team.”
 
Xenophon’s work for Airbus will include continued support for Airbus on the AA 587 accident; 24-hour on-call crisis support; strategic planning and counsel on Airbus’ on-going crisis communications efforts.
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