"We have a huge order backlog - we are not going out of business," he said.
Shares in Airbus' parent company EADS rose on Monday after it was reported that the French government was preparing to tell banks to lend 5bn euros ($6.5bn: £4.68bn) to airlines to help them with aircraft purchases.
Mr Enders' comments came the day after Airbus' rival Boeing announced 10,000 job cuts after reporting an unexpected three-month loss.
There is concern that the downturn in air travel as well as cost-cutting by airlines could create difficulties for the airline sector.
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