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Airbus Sells 17.5 Pct Dassault Aviation Stake

March 25, 2015

Airbus Group sold a further 17.5 percent stake in Dassault Aviation on Wednesday as it unwinds its 16-year-old link to its rival.
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Airbus Sells 17.5 Pct Dassault Aviation Stake

Amazon Blasts FAA For Slow Drone Regulation

March 24, 2015

Amazon has blasted the FAA for being slow to approve commercial drone testing, saying the United States is falling behind other countries in the potentially lucrative area of unmanned aviation technology.
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Amazon Blasts FAA For Slow Drone Regulation

ICAO Mulls Advising Countries On Drone Rules

March 24, 2015

The ICAO is considering whether to take the unusual step of helping countries draft domestic rules for integrating drones into their airspace.
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ICAO Mulls Advising Countries On Drone Rules

Tunisia Closes Airspace To Western Libya

March 24, 2015

Tunisia has again closed its airspace for flights from western Libya, an official said on Tuesday, just days after allowing Libyan planes from Tripoli back for the first time in around six months.
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Turkey Expects Further Airbus A400M Delays

March 23, 2015

Turkey is preparing for further delays in the delivery of two A400M military transport aircraft it ordered from Airbus, according to military officials in Ankara.
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Turkey Expects Further Airbus A400M Delays

Airbus Raises A380 Seat Count To 544

March 20, 2015

Airbus says it has increased the standard number of seats in the brochure for its A380 superjumbo to 544.
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Airbus Raises A380 Seat Count To 544

Zodiac Aerospace Warns On H1 Profit After Seat Delays

March 19, 2015

Zodiac Aerospace issued a profit warning on Thursday after a rise in costs as it tries to stem delays in seat production that have strained relations with Airbus and Boeing.
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Court Blocks Airbus Insider Trading Trial

March 18, 2015

France's Constitutional Court on Wednesday effectively blocked a trial involving charges of insider trading at Airbus Group, finding the rules that sparked one of the country's most high-profile corporate cases were unconstitutional.
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Court Blocks Airbus Insider Trading Trial

FAA Ineffective On Hazardous Materials Compliance

March 17, 2015

The Federal Aviation Administration lacks the skills to ensure that US air carriers comply with rules governing the safe transport of hazardous materials including lithium batteries, a government watchdog said.
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FAA Ineffective On Hazardous Materials Compliance

Tunisia To Reopen Airspace For Flights To Tripoli

March 17, 2015

Tunisia will reopen part of its airspace to flights from western Libya for the first time in around six months, following the re-establishment of its consulate in Tripoli.
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Atlas Air To Order More 747-8s At Some Point

March 17, 2015

Atlas Air plans to order more Boeing 747-8s at some point, its chief executive said.
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Atlas Air To Order More 747-8s At Some Point

New Malaysian Carrier To Order Bombardier CSeries

March 17, 2015

A new privately held Malaysian airline intends to buy 20 Bombardier CS100 aircraft for USD$1.5 billion, in what could be the first order in Southeast Asia for the long-delayed CSeries jet.
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New Malaysian Carrier To Order Bombardier CSeries

Boeing Union Seeks Vote On S. Carolina Workers

March 16, 2015

Boeing's largest union has filed for a vote to unionize 2,400 workers at the company's factory in South Carolina, setting the stage for a clash between the two sides in the strongly anti-union state.
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Boeing Union Seeks Vote On S. Carolina Workers

Giant Oven Allows Boeing 787 Output Increase

March 13, 2015

Kawasaki Heavy Industries has opened a plant with an oversized kiln to bake and harden carbon composite aircraft fuselage sections, giving it capacity to surpass Boeing's production targets for the 787 Dreamliner.
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Giant Oven Allows Boeing 787 Output Increase

EASA Sets Out Drone Proposals For Europe

March 12, 2015

Three categories of civil drone should be created to regulate unmanned aerial vehicles now used in everything from filming to farming and parcel deliveries, Europe's aviation safety body has proposed.
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EASA Sets Out Drone Proposals For Europe
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