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  1. Will Airbus move in on popular 757 turf as Boeing mulls replacement?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Business Journal

    Airbus is gaining lift in the category for larger single-aisle aircraft, a sector Boeing once owned with the 757, pictured. A decade after Boeing stopped making the 757 jetliner, it remains so popular that 880 of the planes are still flying.

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  2. AZAL says flights to Spain prospective routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Today.Az

    ... with the market's need, flights may be conducted during the year with periodicity. AZAL's fleet consists of Boeing 757-200, Boeing 767-300, Airbus 319, Airbus A320, Airbus A340-500, Embraer ERJ 170-100LR and Embraer ERJ 190-100. The company ...

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  3. NASA Software May Help Increase Flight Efficiency, Decrease Aircraft NoiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Scientific Computing/Instrument.

    NASA researchers began flight tests of computer software that shows promise in improving flight efficiency and reducing environmental impacts of aircraft, especially on communities around airports. Known as ASTAR, or Airborne Spacing for Terminal Arrival Routes, the software is designed to give pilots specific speed information and guidance so that planes can be more precisely spaced, enabling pilots to fly a "follow the leader" approach to their destination airport.

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  4. 9/11 defendant claims rough treatment by Guantanamo guards; war court sidesteps issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Stars and Stripes

    ... But the military airlifted so many people down to GuantA namo for this week's non-hearing that it chartered a Boeing 757 airliner from Delta to bring everyone home Wednesday, possibly increasing the price tag. In the Hawsawi case, his attorney wants ...

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  5. New NASA software to enhance flight efficiencyRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | Newkerala.com

    NASA researchers have begun flight tests of a computer software that shows promise in improving flight efficiency and reducing environmental impacts of aircraft, especially on communities around airports. Known as Airborne Spacing for Terminal Arrival Routes , the software is designed to give pilots specific speed information and guidance so that planes can be more precisely spaced, enabling pilots to fly a "follow the leader" approach to their destination airport, the US space agency said in a statement.

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  6. NASA tests software that may help increase flight efficiency, decrease aircraft noiseRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | Aerotech News And Review

    NASA researchers Dec. 12 began flight tests of computer software that shows promise in improving flight efficiency and reducing environmental impacts of aircraft, especially on communities around airports. Known as ASTAR, or Airborne Spacing for Terminal Arrival Routes, the software is designed to give pilots specific speed information and guidance so that planes can be more precisely spaced, enabling pilots to fly a "follow the leader" approach to their destination airport.

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  7. NASA Tests Software That May Help Increase...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | RedOrbit

    NASA researchers Friday began flight tests of computer software that shows promise in improving flight efficiency and reducing environmental impacts of aircraft, especially on communities around airports. Known as ASTAR, or Airborne Spacing for Terminal Arrival Routes, the software is designed to give pilots specific speed information and guidance so that planes can be more precisely spaced, enabling pilots to fly a "follow the leader" approach to their destination airport.

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  8. Boeing: What The Boeing Y1 Might Look LikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Seeking Alpha

    ... will look. The airplane will be slightly bigger. This indicates that Boeing wants to replace the Boeing 737, Boeing 757 and Boeing 767-200. The Boeing 787 has range capabilities superior to that of the Boeing 757 and therefore might not be a ...

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  9. Tinseth: Boeing Not Quite Ready To 'Replace' 757Read the original story

    Saturday Dec 13 | Aero-News Network

    When it comes to aviation, particularly in the airline sector, one of the most-asked questions of manufacturers is 'what's next?". In the case of Boeing, it's been asked particularly in reference to a possible replacement for the 757.

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  10. Delta: Low fuel prices to help boost pretax profit by 11 percentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Business Journal

    Delta Air Lines Inc. says it expects to increase pretax profit by at least $5 billion - or 11 percent - in the coming year. Atlanta-based Delta said Thursday at its investor conference it projected a net $1.7 billion benefit in 2015 from fuel-price declines, but said that includes a loss of $1.2 billion on its fuel hedges caused by the recent sharp drop in fuel prices, reports Reuters.

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  11. Should Investors Worry About Boeing's Plan For A New Aircraft?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Seeking Alpha

    ... Boeing 787 is the Boeing Y2 project. The Boeing Y1 should replace the entire Boeing 737 family, as well as the Boeing 757 and the lower side of the Boeing 767 that was not covered by the Boeing 787. Simultaneously the Boeing Y1 should restore ...

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  12. Success of Glasgow Airport welcome but potential of Prestwick must also be realisedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Sunday Herald

    ... to and from the airport on the Trump Organisation's fleet of private jets, including his own luxury, converted Boeing 757 aircraft. These plans are a high-profile start to rebuilding Prestwick but far more must be done to ensure the airport's ...

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  13. Ikar B752 at Kemerovo on Dec 11th 2014, rejected takeoff due to open door indicationRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | AVHerald

    An Ikar Airlines Boeing 757-200, registration VQ-BAK performing flight KAR-2529 from Kemerovo to Nha Trang with 210 passengers and 10 crew, was accelerating for takeoff from Kemerovo when the crew received an open indication for the left aft door and rejected takeoff. The aircraft slowed safely and returned to the apron.

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  14. Delta says low fuel price to help lift profit 11 percent next yearRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | Reuters

    Delta Air Lines said on Thursday it expects to boost pretax profit by 11 percent to at least $5 billion next year, helped by falling jet fuel prices and rising revenue. Speaking at its investor conference, the Atlanta-based carrier projected a net $1.7 billion benefit in 2015 from fuel-price declines, but said that includes a loss of $1.2 billion on its fuel hedges caused by the recent sharp drop in fuel prices.

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  15. ASL Aviation Group acquires Swiss Farnair GroupRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | Air Transport World

    Dublin-based ASL Aviation Group has acquired Switzerland's Farnair Group, increasing the number of affiliate airlines in the group to seven, with an operational fleet size of more than 100 aircraft. ASL, which already includes South African affiliate Safair, the largest operator of civilian Hercules for the United Nations and its low-cost arm FlySafair , now has five airlines operating in Europe and Africa, as well as one each in Southeast Asia and India.

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  16. Reality checkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Randy's Journal

    There's been a lot of talk lately about a replacement for the 757. The fact is, today's 737 and other airplanes its size already fly 90 percent of flights that used to be operated with a 757.

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  17. American to add Wi-Fi to 250 regional jetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Star-Telegram.com

    ... for the next three years. American announced on Monday that it was upgrading seats on its Airbus A319 and on its Boeing 757 aircraft used on trans-Atlantic and Latin America flights. The carrier also said it was renovating its Admirals Clubs with ...

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  18. Aircraft company fined 35,000 after three workers injuredRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Basingstoke Gazette

    ... to work. The 48-year-old, from Wootton Bassett, in Swindon, fell as he attempted to climb down from inside a Boeing 757 wing fuel tank. He was standing on a scissor lift when a when a weld inside gave way, sending him falling to the ground below. ...

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  19. Kids take a short but unforgettable flight from Newark Airport to Santa's workshopRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | NorthJersey.com

    ... flight. "Ho, ho, ho from the flight deck," the first officer began his announcements before take off of the Boeing 757, which was decorated inside with lights and garland. "I've been waiting for this," said flight attendant Jennifer Samson of ...

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  20. Private jet tour likes to start $80,000 around-the-world journey in HawaiiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Business Journal

    ... The trip, which runs from June 7-30, 2016, costs $79,950 per person, double occupancy. Guests will fly on a Boeing 757-200ER with a 78-seat configuration. The company has used Kona and Honolulu as destinations since 2012. It also used Maui as a ...

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