Antoine Noguier

Lieutenant General (Ret) Antoine Noguier has been appointed
Military Advisor to the CEO as of Janurary 1st. 2023. He remains a
member of the Airbus Defence and Space Executive Committee.

Priori to that, Noguier was Head of Strategy for the division, starting in
October 2015, and instrumental into shaping the Future Combat Air
System programme.

Previously, Noguier was in charge of Strategic International Relations
within the Corporate Strategy and Marketing organisation. In his role,
he was in charge of promoting and supporting defence and security
businesses strategic to the former Airbus Group, especially in export
markets, as well as contributing to define future defence capabilities.

Before joining Airbus in 2014, he worked in the French Air Force. His military education started with
an aeronautical engineering degree in 1980 at the Air Force Academy, before graduating from the
UK Joint War College in 1999 and the NATO Defence College in 2001.

He is an experienced fighter pilot with 3,200 flight hours in combat aircraft (Mirage F1 and Mirage
2000) for military operations in Africa and the Middle East. From 2002 to 2006 he worked for NATO
in Brussels, first as a member of the international military staff, then as Special Assistant to the
Chairman of the NATO Military Committee and Private Office of the NATO Secretary General.

In 2006, he was selected as Military Air Advisor to the President of the French Republic under both
Jacques Chirac and Nicolas Sarkozy in the Elysée Palace. From 2011, he was Commander Air
Defence and Air Operations Command (Air Force Paris) and from 2012 served as Head of the
Military Office of Defence for Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian.

Noguier is married and lives with his family in Paris. He is a Commander of the Legion of Honour
and an Officer of the National Order of Merit. In his free time he likes outdoor sporting activities and
reading history and politics.