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Air France Pilots Start One-Week Strike

September 15, 2014

European passengers face continued disruption as Air France pilots began a week-long strike in a dispute over cost cuts.
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Air France Pilots Start One-Week Strike

Lufthansa Pilots To Strike In Frankfurt On Tuesday

September 15, 2014

Lufthansa pilots will hold an eight-hour strike on Tuesday, the Vereinigung Cockpit union said, the fourth strike by pilots in three weeks.
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Lufthansa Pilots To Strike In Frankfurt On Tuesday

United Offers F/As USD$100,000 Voluntary Buyout

September 15, 2014

United Airlines and union officials said that eligible flight attendants will be paid up to USD$100,000 to leave the company through a voluntary buyout, in a deal that aims to end furloughs at the over-staffed airline.
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United Offers F/As USD$100,000 Voluntary Buyout

Lufthansa Pilots Cancel Tuesday Strike

September 15, 2014

Lufthansa's pilot union Vereinigung Cockpit has cancelled an eight-hour strike planned for Tuesday at Frankfurt Airport.
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Lufthansa Pilots Cancel Tuesday Strike

TUI, TUI Travel Agree EUR€6.5 Bln Merger

September 15, 2014

Europe's biggest tour operator, TUI Travel, and majority owner TUI have agreed the terms of a merger, creating the world's largest leisure and tourism group with a combined value of EUR€6.5 billion (USD$8.42 billion).
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TUI, TUI Travel Agree EUR€6.5 Bln Merger

Air France Pilots To Strike From Monday

September 14, 2014

Air France will operate only 40 percent of its flights from Monday as pilots begin a one-week strike over company plans to cut costs to recapture market share from budget airlines.
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Air France Pilots To Strike From Monday

Atlanta Airport Reopens After Suspicious Package

September 15, 2014

Part of Atlanta Airport reopened on Monday after a suspicious package found inside the departures section of the international terminal caused a brief shutdown.
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Atlanta Airport Reopens After Suspicious Package

GE Says Avoided Geared Turbofan Design

September 15, 2014

General Electric said it avoided using a geared design for its new engine for narrow-body jets because of concerns about weight and reliability.
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GE Says Avoided Geared Turbofan Design

Air France Cancels 60 Pct Of Flights As Strike Continues

September 16, 2014

The pilot strike at Air France has entered its second day with the two sides apparently no closer to resolving a dispute over cost cuts that has forced the carrier to cancel 60 percent of flights.
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Air France Cancels 60 Pct Of Flights As Strike Continues

Westjet To Introduce First Checked Bag Fee

September 15, 2014

WestJet Airlines will start charging some economy passengers for their first checked bag from October 29.
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Westjet To Introduce First Checked Bag Fee
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