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Boeing's Profit Rises On Higher Deliveries

January 28, 2015

Boeing reported a 19 percent rise in fourth-quarter profit, helped by booming demand for commercial aircraft.
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Boeing's Profit Rises On Higher Deliveries

Boeing 747-8 To Replace Air Force One

January 28, 2015

The US Air Force will use Boeing's 747-8 airliner to replace its current fleet of two presidential aircraft, one of the most visible symbols of the United States.
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Boeing 747-8 To Replace Air Force One

Airbus CEO Promises Shake-Up After A400M Delays

January 28, 2015

The head of Airbus Group has promised changes at the European aerospace firm after further delays and quality problems with its A400M military transport plane.
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Airbus CEO Promises Shake-Up After A400M Delays

US FAA Sets New Air Safety Rule

January 27, 2015

The US FAA said on Wednesday it is requiring domestic airlines to put in place proactive safety measures designed to highlight risks, deter accidents and make air travel safer.
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US FAA Sets New Air Safety Rule

Turkish Airlines In Talks On Airbus A380s - Report

January 26, 2015

Turkish Airlines is negotiating to acquire 10 or more Airbus A380s in a deal potentially worth USD$4 billion at list prices, two people familiar with the matter said.
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Turkish Airlines In Talks On Airbus A380s - Report

Australia, China Open Skies With New Air Agreement

January 25, 2015

Australia and China are allowing more flights between the two countries, paving the way for new routes, in an air services agreement that follows a free trade agreement struck last year.
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Australia, China Open Skies With New Air Agreement

Fernandes Says SE Asia Needs Regional Aviation Regulator

January 23, 2015

Southeast Asia needs regional aviation regulators to streamline a fragmented safety framework and ensure common standards for aircrew training in the booming industry, AirAsia's group chief executive Tony Fernandes said.
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Fernandes Says SE Asia Needs Regional Aviation Regulator

US To Back Warning System For Airlines In Conflict Zones

January 23, 2015

The United States will throw its support behind a proposal by ICAO, the UN's aviation agency, to share information about risks to commercial aircraft over conflict zones after the downing of a Malaysian airliner in Ukraine last year.
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US To Back Warning System For Airlines In Conflict Zones

BOC Aviation Says Repo Row Could Hurt Indian Carriers

January 22, 2015

India faces growing pressure over financial uncertainty at budget carrier SpiceJet after leasing company BOC Aviation demanded the return of three leased aircraft, in what is seen as a test of global rules on aircraft investments.
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BOC Aviation Says Repo Row Could Hurt Indian Carriers

Boeing Exec Sees Strong Demand For 737 MAX

January 21, 2015

Demand for fuel-efficient narrow-body airliners like the Boeing 737 MAX remains "very strong" despite the recent oil price slump, sales chief John Wojick said.
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Boeing Exec Sees Strong Demand For 737 MAX

Boeing Unions Seek Conditions On Tax Credits

January 21, 2015

Boeing's two largest unions are working on a pair of legislative bills that would put conditions on USD$8.7 billion in tax credits that Washington state gave to Boeing and the state aerospace industry in 2013.
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Boeing Unions Seek Conditions On Tax Credits

United Considers Changing Boeing Orders

January 21, 2015

United Airlines is considering whether to exchange aircraft orders it has placed with Boeing for larger 777-300ERs.
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United Considers Changing Boeing Orders

ATR Says Higher Deliveries To Boost 2015 Sales

January 21, 2015

Regional plane maker ATR expects turnover to rise this year towards USD$2 billion as it delivers more aircraft.
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ATR Says Higher Deliveries To Boost 2015 Sales

Airbus-Backed Sharia Leasing Fund Signs Maiden Deal

January 21, 2015

An Airbus-backed, sharia-compliant aircraft leasing fund has signed its maiden deal to buy five A330-200s with an option for four more, a boost for the European plane maker in the fast-growing commercial airline market in the Gulf region.
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Airbus-Backed Sharia Leasing Fund Signs Maiden Deal

Indonesia Proposes Rule Changes After AirAsia Crash

January 20, 2015

Indonesia's transport minister proposed a number of changes to improve aviation safety standards, just over three weeks after an AirAsia passenger jet crashed killing all 162 people on board.
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Indonesia Proposes Rule Changes After AirAsia Crash
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