Boeing Aircraft Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. The Boeing 747 rebound: Forecaster predicts big bump in freighter ordersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Business Journal

    Boeing could win about 55 more orders for its largest freighter, nearly as many as it has built so far, said Bob Dahl , managing director for Air Cargo Management Group in Seattle, an internationally known and respected analyst group . That could keep assembly going until 2022 or 2023, and yield final production of about 130 of the four-engine freighters, which Dahl called "a reasonable number for a freighter."

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  2. NLRB dismisses union complaint against Boeinga s North Charleston siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Post and Courier

    The National Labor Relations Board said it has dismissed a complaint filed by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers in the wake of the union's canceled vote at Boeing Co.' s North Charleston operations.

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  3. Emirates president lashes out at Emanuel in trade disputeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Chicago Tribune

    Emirates Airline President Tim Clark chastised Mayor Rahm Emanuel in a letter for publicly siding with U.S. airlines in a trade dispute without contacting Emirates for its side of the story. Emanuel, in a May 6 letter to federal officials, detailed his support of allegations by the big three U.S. airlines, which claim that Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways - all known for luxurious service and all of which fly from O'Hare International Airport - have received $42 billion in illegal government subsidies over the past decade.

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  4. Really, it's OK if your airliner loses an engineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Over the weekend, both engines on a Singapore Airlines Airbus A330-343 lost power while cruising at 39,000 feet. In 2005, British Airways Flight 268 , routed to London, lost one of its four engines while taking off from Los Angeles International Airport.

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  5. Mike Lavery: 'Aer Lingus literally flew the flag for Ireland during...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Independent.ie

    FOR almost 80 years, the green Shamrock of Aer Lingus has been a source of Irish pride and a key enabler of "brand Ireland." Since 1936, when its first flimsy De Havilland Rapide took to the skies from what is now Dublin Airport, the airline has been an instantly internationally recognisable symbol of a nation, which at the time was isolated economically, and politically, for the duration of World War Two and for years afterwards.

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  6. Delta To Add Nonstop Flights From Oakland To AtlantaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Patch.com

    Port of Oakland director of aviation Deborah Ale Flint said in a statement that Atlanta is one of Oakland's largest underserved markets and the new service will help keep up with demand.

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  7. Air Canada Rouge to add premium class to flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | The Toronto Star

    Both Air Canada Rouge and WestJet are moving to leave the middle seat empty -- in hopes of luring customers who want more space and are willing to pay. Air Canada Rouge, the airline's discount carrier, is moving to ensure that the coveted middle seat stays vacant, by creating business class seats in a two-by-two configuration on its narrow-body A319 aircraft.

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  8. United flight cancelled after returning to gate with engine troubleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | NJ.com

    A United Airlines flight from Newark to Atlanta was cancelled Tuesday morning after having to return to the gate due to engine trouble. These United jets were visible from the control tower at Newark Liberty International Airport last week.

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  9. Eastern Air Lines and HavanaAir Charters To Provide Daily Air Service to CubaRead the original story

    Tuesday May 26 | Travel Industry Wire

    Eastern Air Lines Group, Inc. and HavanaAir Charters, LLC, have signed today an agreement, to support HavanaAir's charter operations to Cuba. HavanaAir is the largest provider of passenger traffic to the island, currently operating 65 flights a month to Havana from Miami with additional service to Santa Clara and Camaguey.

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  10. Delta Files for New Non-Stop Service Between Orlando, Florida, and Sao Paulo, BrazilRead the original story

    Tuesday May 26 | Travel Industry Wire

    Delta Air Lines has filed for regulatory approval to offer new non-stop flights between Orlando, Florida, and Sao Paulo, Brazil, beginning Dec. 19, 2015. Delta Air Lines has filed for regulatory approval to offer new non-stop flights between Orlando, Florida, and Sao Paulo, Brazil, beginning Dec. 19, 2015.

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  11. Airline Routes-May 26, 2015Read the original story

    Tuesday May 26 | Air Transport World

    Singapore Airlines has signed a new codeshare agreement with Croatia Airlines for flights to and from the Croatian capital of Zagreb, London and Copenhagen, and between Singapore, London and Copenhagen. Air France will operate 14X-weekly Paris CDG-Minneapolis/St.

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  12. Delta Air Lines ramps up Seattle competition with new routesRead the original story

    Tuesday May 26 | Reuters

    May 26 Delta Air Lines Inc on Tuesday announced new flights from Seattle to five destinations in its latest move to strip market share from Alaska Air Group Inc , which is based in that city. Atlanta-based Delta has aggressively added flights from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in recent months as it seeks to feed more traffic there and develop it as a gateway to Asia.

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  13. Can airplanes be hacked? Probably.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | TG Daily

    Last month a security researcher Chris Roberts tweeted from his seat on a United flight that he thought it might be possible to gain access to an airplane's flight computer through its inflight entertainment system. When he stepped off the plane the FBI was there to take him into custody for questioning.

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  14. International flights bleed lossridden Air IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Hindustan Times

    International operations are bleeding Air India heavily, and the national carrier looks set to post another large loss in the year ended March. AI incurred a loss of around Rs 3,900 crore on its international operations for the period April 2014-January 2015, according to an internal route economics done by the airline.

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  15. Air Astana opens training center for engineers in AlmatyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Air Transport World

    Kazakhstan-based Air Astana has opened a training center for engineers in Almaty, with certification in European Aviation Safety Agency Part 147 standards by Kazakh and European aviation authorities. Training programs are offered in 26 specialist engineering disciplines, together with a full course on Airbus A320 maintenance.

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  16. EAS of Nigeria nog longer groundedRead the original story

    Feb 5, 2006 | Aviation Safety Network News

    Executive Airline Services of Nigeria is now allowed to operate flights to Jos and Abuja after being grounded for some two weeks. This followed the approval granted by the Ministerial Task Force on Verification of Airworthiness Status of Aircraft and Operational Competencies of Commercial Aircraft Operators in Nigeria.

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  17. Air Canada to upgrade premium section on low-cost Rouge flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Globe and Mail

    An Air Canada Rouge luggage tag is seen on a flight attendant's suitcase in an overhead bin during a media tour of an Airbus A319 before a flight to Las Vegas at Vancouver International Airport in Richmond, B.C., on Monday, April 28, 2014. An Air Canada Rouge luggage tag is seen on a flight attendant's suitcase in an overhead bin during a media tour of an Airbus A319 before a flight to Las Vegas at Vancouver International Airport in Richmond, B.C., on Monday, April 28, 2014.

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  18. Boeing delivers first 737 with factory-installed satellite systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Business Journal

    The Boeing Co. has delivered the first 737 with a Ku-band satellite antenna system installed during the production process.

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  19. Boeing: This Signal Is Turning BullishRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | Seeking Alpha

    The recent drop in Boeing provides an opportunity for yield-hungry investors. The recent worries over cash flows appear overblown, but not surprising, considering the stock quickly jumped roughly $30 in little over a month.

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  20. Not your everyday brake shop: Nazareth-area firm services airline brandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 26 | NJ.com

    MBD Wheel and Brake Repair Services, a subsidiary of Safran, established a wheel and brake repair facility at 181 Mikron Road in Lower Nazareth Township earlier this year. A French company that works in the aviation and defense industries has established a Nazareth -area facility that maintains and repairs landing gear for commercial airlines such as Boeing and Airbus.

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