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US, Mexico Aviation Deal Removes Flight Limits

November 21, 2014

The United States and Mexico have reached an agreement to expand passenger and cargo air service that would remove current limits on the number of airlines that can provide passenger service on routes between the two countries.
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US, Mexico Aviation Deal Removes Flight Limits

Rolls-Royce Wins USD$5 Billion Delta Order

November 21, 2014

Rolls-Royce has won a USD$5 billion contract to supply engines to power 50 new Airbus planes ordered by Delta Air Lines.
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Rolls-Royce Wins USD$5 Billion Delta Order

Gibraltar Dispute Threatens European Skies Reform

November 21, 2014

The dispute between Britain and Spain over Gibraltar threatens to hold up European Union plans to merge national air corridors.
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Gibraltar Dispute Threatens European Skies Reform

Britain Gets First Airbus A400M

November 21, 2014

Britain has taken delivery of the first of 22 Airbus A400M military transport aircraft it has ordered.
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Britain Gets First Airbus A400M

France To Buy 12 Airbus Aerial Tankers

November 20, 2014

France has confirmed the selection of 12 Airbus A330 aerial tankers for the French Air Force.
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France To Buy 12 Airbus Aerial Tankers

Boeing Says No Plans For Longer Range 737 MAX

November 20, 2014

Boeing said it has no plans to extend the range of the 737 MAX 9 in response to Airbus's move to offer a longer range version of its A321.
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Boeing Says No Plans For Longer Range 737 MAX

Airbus To Deliver First A350 Mid-December

November 19, 2014

Airbus aims to deliver the first A350 to launch customer Qatar Airways by mid-December, according to the airline.
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Airbus To Deliver First A350 Mid-December

NTSB Says FAA Can Enforce Rules On Drones

November 19, 2014

The US NTSB has ruled that the FAA has the authority to apply to unmanned aircraft its longstanding regulations against "reckless or careless use" of manned aircraft.
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NTSB Says FAA Can Enforce Rules On Drones

Airbus To Build New Beluga Transporter

November 17, 2014

Airbus will build a new fleet of the outsized cargo planes it uses to transport aircraft sections between its key European factories.
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Airbus To Build New Beluga Transporter

Airbus Profits Rise But A400M Problems Resurface

November 14, 2014

Airbus Group reported a 12 percent rise in nine-month underlying operating profit, led by its commercial aircraft and helicopter divisions.
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Airbus Profits Rise But A400M Problems Resurface

Emirates Hopes To Enter Talks On A350

November 13, 2014

Emirates hopes it will be able to re-engage in talks in the next few months with Airbus over buying A350s after it cancelled an order earlier this year.
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Emirates Hopes To Enter Talks On A350

Airbus A350 Receives FAA Type Certification

November 12, 2014

Airbus said on Wednesday the US Federal Aviation Administration had given Type Certification for its newest airliner, the A350.
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Airbus A350 Receives FAA Type Certification

Bombardier Could Extend COMAC Chinese JV

November 12, 2014

Bombardier could design and build passenger jets in China as an extension of a two-year-old development and sales deal with the country's main plane maker COMAC.
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Bombardier Could Extend COMAC Chinese JV

COMAC Signs Deal For 30 C919s From Lessor

November 11, 2014

Chinese state-owned aircraft maker COMAC has signed an initial agreement to sell 30 C919s to the financial leasing arm of China Merchants Bank.
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COMAC Signs Deal For 30 C919s From Lessor

Brazil Aviation Deal Eases Embraer Order Risks

November 11, 2014

Opposition politicians in Brazil agreed to restore a key part of President Dilma Rousseff's regional aviation plan, backing off a change that threatened at least one airline's order for Embraer aircraft.
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Brazil Aviation Deal Eases Embraer Order Risks
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