Commercial Aircraft Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Airbus To Adjust A330 Production Rate To Nine Per MonthRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Aero-News Network

    Since 2013, Airbus has been building 10 A330 Family aircraft each month, the industry's highest ever production rate for this aircraft size category, reflecting the strong success of Airbus' market leading widebody family. Now, the planemaker has announced that the monthly rate will be cut by one aircraft.


  2. Boeing breaks ground on new $1 billion 777X composite wing center in EverettRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Air Transport World

    Boeing has broken ground on its new 1 million sq. ft. 777X composite wing center at the Everett, Washington campus.


  3. LIAT AT42 at Fort de France on Oct 14th 2014, landed short of displaced thresholdRead the original story

    Tuesday | AVHerald

    A LIAT Avions de Transport Regional ATR-42-600, registration V2-LIK performing flight LI-370 from Saint Lucia to Fort de France with 26 people on board, was on final approach to shortened runway 10, the threshold of which had been displaced due to work in progress. The aircraft touched down on runway 10 before the displaced threshold at about 11:55L and contacted barriers securing the closed part of the runway.


  4. WestJet emergency landing in Thunder BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Northern Life

    A WestJet flight travelling from Edmonton to Toronto has made an emergency landing in Thunder Bay, Ont., after a report of possible smoke in the cabin. Airline spokesman Robert Palmer says the flight was carrying 95 passengers and six crew members and took off from Edmonton at 7 a.m. local time.


  5. Boeing Celebrates Groundbreaking for 777X Composite Wing CenterRead the original story

    Tuesday | Sys-Con Media

    Permitting for the new 1-million-square-foot facility was completed approximately seven weeks earlier than anticipated, allowing for an accelerated start to construction. Once completed, the facility located on the north side of the main final assembly building will help usher in composite wing fabrication for the company's newest commercial jetliner and sustain thousands of local jobs for decades to come.


  6. WestJet plane makes emergency landing in Thunder Bay after smoke reportedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Globe and Mail

    The Boeing 737 MAX. A WestJet flight travelling from Edmonton to Toronto has made an emergency landing in Thunder Bay after a report of possible smoke in the cabin.


  7. Total CEO's Fatal Jet Crash Rare Event at Global AirportsRead the original story

    Tuesday | Bloomberg

    The crash that killed Total SA 's Christophe de Margerie when his jet struck a snowplow represents a rare tragedy in an industry that's seen fewer than 100 runway collisions with stray vehicles, animals and people in 50 years. The French petroleum giant's 63-year-old chief executive officer died at Moscow Vnukovo Airport last night in an impact that also claimed the lives of three crew members.


  8. Groundbreaking ceremony for Boeing 777X wing plantRead the original story

    Tuesday | KHQ-TV Spokane

    Boeing included a time capsule at its groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for the new factory at its Everett plant where the wing for the new 777X will be built. Work is already underway at the wing factory.


  9. Ohio televangelist urged vasectomies and abortion, newspaper reportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBS News

    Televangelist Ernest Angley has long controlled members of his Akron-area congregation by advising them not to have children, shunning those who leave the church and using free labor at his for-profit buffet restaurant and television station, according to a two-month newspaper investigation. The Akron Beacon Journal published a series of articles starting last week after interviewing more than 20 former members of Grace Cathedral in the Akron suburb of Cuyahoga Falls.


  10. British Airways to Introduce First Class to DenverRead the original story

    Tuesday | Business Wire

    British Airways today announced that customers in Denver will soon be able to enjoy British Airways' new First class cabin. From March 2015 the Denver to London service will be operated by a four class Boeing 747 aircraft.


  11. Westjet plane makes emergency landing in Thunder BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBC News

    The pilot of a Boeing 737 headed to Toronto from Edmonton decided to make an emergency landing in Thunder Bay after reports of the smell of smoke in the cabin. The plane, which departed from Edmonton at 7 a.m. M.T., was surrounded by fire trucks at Thunder Bay airport but there was no sign of flames or smoke.


  12. Threats get past securityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Southland Times

    A passenger also boarded a flight at Christchurch Airport with a stolen boarding pass, while another managed to board a plane without a pass but did get off before takeoff. The incidents are among 246 breaches at New Zealand's main airports this year and last year, released by the Civil Aviation Authority under the Official Information Act.


  13. Risky objects bypass Wellington Airport securityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Dominion Post

    A passenger managed to carry a box-cutter through security and on to a plane at Wellington Airport, despite the retractable knife being one of the weapons used by the September 11 hijackers. In other Wellington security lapses, passengers have carried a knife, an electric drill and a multi-tool on to planes without being stopped.


  14. Boeing Earnings Preview: For Longer-Term Investors, Think Stock Still 25% UndervaluedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Seeking Alpha

    Analyst consensus is expecting $1.98 in earnings per share on $23.01 billion in revenue for expected year-over-year growth of 10% and 4% respect Q3 '14 has been reduced by a penny since the July '14 earnings report, while the consensus revenue estimate has ticked up a tad since then. Q2 '14 was a busy quarter with a charge for wiring issues and a tax benefit, but revenues rose 1% y/y and operating income rose 3%.


  15. New North Charleston Boeing 787 Dreamliner flies medical equipment to AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday |

    Yesterday, a brand-new North Charleston-made Boeing 787 Dreamliner filled with medical equipment made a 16-hour flight to Kenya, Africa, as part of Boeing 's Humanitarian Delivery Flights initiative. This is the first time one of Boeing's humanitarian flights has originated from South Carolina.


  16. Taiwan's China Airlines Boeing 777-300ER plane has tea-tasting...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Mail

    With seats that convert into a sofa, a tea-tasting area, a coffee saloon and a cocktail bar, Taiwan's China Airlines' newest aircraft, the Boeing 777-300ER, looks more like a lounge in the sky than it does an aeroplane. The swanky new 358-seater aircraft has 40 seats in Premium Business Class, 62 seats in Premium Economy Class and 256 seats in economy.


  17. First batch of pilgrims touches downRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday |

    The first batch of 5,428 Ghanaians who embarked on the spiritual journey of pilgrimage to Mecca, this year, returned home Monday evening. The 256 pilgrims, led by the National Chief Imam Sheikh Osuman Nuhu Sharubutu, touched down at 6pm in a Malaysian aircraft, Boeing 747.


  18. Think tank names Cebu Pacific - Low-Cost Carrier of the Year'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Sun-Star

    LEADING aviation think tank Center for Aviation recognized Cebu Pacific Air as the Asia-Pacific Low-Cost Carrier of the Year, during the recently concluded Capa Aviation Awards for Excellence in Singapore. "Our LCC of the Year has endured a tumultuous period in its home market, but maintained its focus and had the highest operating profit margin in the Asian airline industry," said Capa executive chairman Peter Harbison.


  19. Rolling hiring waves continue for Airbus A320 final assembly line in Mobile with latest...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Alabama Live

    MOBILE, Alabama - Airbus Americas is seeking an aircraft manager for its A320 final assembly line under construction at Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley. The position, which requires three months of training abroad, is responsible for all aircraft follow-up from the major component assembly handover to the flight line.


  20. Boeing revamps its Air Force tank schedule: roundupRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Business Journal

    Boeing Co. signage is seen on the exhibition floor during the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International unmanned systems conference in Washington, D.C. " Boeing is revising the master schedule it is using for the development of a new U.S. Air Force aerial tanker.