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Airbus booked over 100 orders in November and potentially extended its lead over U.S. rival Boeing, but the manufacturers are neck-and-neck in this year's order race based on business being finalised in the wake of a record Dubai Airshow.
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AAR has completed the first heavy maintenance check on a commercial aircraft at its maintenance, repair and overhaul facility located at Chennault International Airport in Lake Charles, La.
Airbus builds roughly half of the world's jet airliners, including the largest passenger plane, the A380.
An Emirates Airbus A380 touching down at LAX, after completing the longest A380 non-stop service, between Dubai and Los Angeles.
A Lufthansa Airbus A380-800, registration D-AIME performing flight LH-572 from Frankfurt/Main to Johannesburg , had suffered an engine problem on the previous rotation, after the return of the aircraft engine #3 had been replaced.
Franklin Templeton's $3 billion bet on Ukrainian bonds is looking iffy. Yields on 10-year dollar-denominated government bonds have risen to 10.6 percent from 9.9 percent on Friday, and default insurance on the nation's sovereign debt costs more than 10 percent of face value.
Some of our hobbies do consume us in a very serious manner, and Swiss RC aircraft enthusiast Peter Michel happens to be part of that select group where they eat, drink, and sleep with their minds concentrated solely on just one project at that point in time.
In the latest twist to a saga that has haunted EADS ever since its A380 superjumbo hit unexpected development delays in 2006, an official at the French public prosecutor's office said French media group Lagardere Lawyers involved in the case reiterated that seven current and former managers including Airbus sales chief John Leahy also face trial ... (more)
French media group Lagardere and German carmaker Daimler are to be sent to trial in France on suspected insider trading of shares in Airbus parent EADS, an official at the French public prosecutor's office said on Monday.
Quebec Premier Pauline Marois defends her government's economic update, Nov. 29, 2013, at the legislature in Quebec City.
The business news continues to be full of stories of large companies getting into trouble in part because of their complexity.
Soaring over the airshow, the A380 looks as it should -- its double-decker fuselage wowing the crowd watching from below.