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Lufthansa Pilots' Strike Hits Frankfurt Long-haul

September 30, 2014

Lufthansa pilots threatened further strike action on Tuesday as they began a 15 hour walkout at Frankfurt airport in a row over retirement benefits.
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Lufthansa Pilots' Strike Hits Frankfurt Long-haul

Airbus A350 Wins European Safety Approval

September 30, 2014

EASA, Europe's aviation regulator has awarded safety approval for the Airbus A350, completing the regulatory steps needed for the aircraft to start flying passengers.
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Airbus A350 Wins European Safety Approval

Accused In Chicago ATC Fire Appears In Court

September 30, 2014

A man accused of setting fire to an air control facility in Chicago on Friday appeared in federal court on Monday to hear the charges against him.
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FAA Reviewing Contingency Plans, Security

September 29, 2014

FAA Administrator Michael Huerta has asked for a review of all US air traffic control contingency plans and security policies, following a fire on Friday that crippled air travel over much of the Midwestern US.
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FAA Reviewing Contingency Plans, Security

Lufthansa May Use Lease Back For LCC Plan

September 29, 2014

Lufthansa may hire a third party to operate 14 A340 aircraft it plans to reconfigure for long-haul budget flights to get around the need for pilots' approval of its no-frills expansion, Der Spiegel reported.
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Lufthansa May Use Lease Back For LCC Plan

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Lufthansa Pilots' Strike Hits Frankfurt Long-haul

September 30, 2014

Lufthansa pilots threatened further strike action on Tuesday as they began a 15 hour walkout at Frankfurt airport in a row over retirement benefits.
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Lufthansa Pilots' Strike Hits Frankfurt Long-haul

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Airbus A350 Wins European Safety Approval

September 30, 2014

EASA, Europe's aviation regulator has awarded safety approval for the Airbus A350, completing the regulatory steps needed for the aircraft to start flying passengers.
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Airbus A350 Wins European Safety Approval

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FAA To Fine Five Companies For Cargo Violations

September 12, 2014

The US FAA has proposed a combined total of more than USD$430,000 in penalties for five companies, including FedEx, British Airways and American Eagle Airlines, for alleged violations of safety and hazardous material regulations.
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FAA To Fine Five Companies For Cargo Violations