France warns Washington to brace for retaliation.
Two-fifths of components making up an Airbus jet comes from American suppliers.
President Trump hails the decision, calling it a 'big win' for the US amid a 15-year-old battle.
Foreign ministry says China is a firm defender of network security.
Sources suspect hackers linked to the Chinese intelligence services and military known as APT10 could be stealing sensitive commercial information.
Airbus's withdrawal leaves the field open to three other candidates: Saab's Gripen, Lockheed Martin's F-35 and Boeing's F/A-18 Super Hornet.
The downsized firm order for A330neos follows more than a year of tough negotiations.
Authorities say the charges are linked to contracts 'worth billions of dollars' that Garuda had signed during Emirsyah Satar's tenure – including with Rolls-Royce, Airbus and Bombardier.
Experts say Airbus faces production constraints that likely limit its ability to grab more market share.
Air France refused to confirm the order, saying that 'no decision has been taken at this stage'.
Ryanair's CEO warns of the impact the prolonged grounding of Boeing Co's 737 MAX could make on the airline's growth plans.
Airbus is on track to overtake Boeing in commercial plane deliveries for 2019 after outpacing its US rival at mid-year following the 737 MAX grounding.
Flyadeal will operate an entirely Airbus SE fleet taking as many as 50 A320neo-family planes from Boeing’s European rival.
The US adds new products from the European Union to potentially target with retaliatory tariffs in a long-running trans-Atlantic subsidy dispute between Boeing and Airbus.
Airbus’ CEO game to fight for the IAG deal before it develops into a final contract.
Airbus seal deals with big buyers for its latest passenger jet at the Paris Airshow, battling back a day after a surprise order by British Airways' owner for rival Boeing's grounded 737 MAX jet.
The order could reach US$11 billion but representatives of both companies declined to comment.
Slumping orders, production bottlenecks, regulatory pressures and the prospect of fewer flyers: Aviation executives have plenty on their minds as they head to France for the opening of the 2019 Paris Air Show.
Airbus is again in talks with America Airlines for a longer-range version of its largest-single-aisle jet.
Airbus prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a private flypast for staff at its Toulouse base and low-key publicity as a new management seeks a break with the company’s turbulent and theatrical past.
Airbus is still facing problems ramping up deliveries of the A321, its biggest narrow-body, amid issues with the highly customised cabin.
The US and EU accuse each other at the World Trade Organization (WTO) of providing illegal state aid to their respective aeronautical champions.
40 Egyptians and 15 French nationals were on board the Airbus A320 when it crashed into the Mediterranean on May 19, 2016 leaving no survivors.
The EU and the United States have fought for over a decade over mutual claims of illegal aid to plane giants Boeing and Airbus.