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Boeing S. Carolina Site To Be 'Aerospace Campus'

August 27, 2014

Boeing is expected to receive final approval to build a corporate campus as part of a major expansion of its factory in South Carolina.
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Boeing S. Carolina Site To Be 'Aerospace Campus'

Air France Suspends Flights To Sierra Leone

August 27, 2014

Air France has suspended flights to Sierra Leone on the advice of the French government, the airline said.
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Air France Suspends Flights To Sierra Leone

Qantas Posts Record AUD$2.8 Bln Full-Year Loss

August 27, 2014

Qantas Airways on Thursday reported its biggest financial loss ever after taking a AUD$2.6 billion (USD$2.4 billion) write-down due to a company restructure that includes a re-valuation of its fleet.
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Qantas Posts Record AUD$2.8 Bln Full-Year Loss

Ryanair To Make Non-Binding Offer For Cyprus Air

August 27, 2014

Ryanair has moved a step closer to making an offer to buy Cyprus Airways and may make a firm offer early next year if this is approved by the Cypriot government.
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Ryanair To Make Non-Binding Offer For Cyprus Air

More Earthquakes Jolt Icelandic Volcano

August 27, 2014

Two earthquakes measuring more than magnitude 5 hit Iceland's Bárðarbunga volcano overnight and overall seismic activity remained high, the country's Meteorological Office said on Wednesday.
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More Earthquakes Jolt Icelandic Volcano

UK To Give Airlines 26.4 Million CO2 Permits

August 27, 2014

Britain will hand its airlines 6.6 million free carbon allowances a year to help reduce the cost of meeting their obligations under Europe's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) from 2013-2016.
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UK To Give Airlines 26.4 Million CO2 Permits

Ryanair Scraps Bag Fees For Business Travel

August 27, 2014

Ryanair is ditching charges for checked-in bags on some fares in an attempt to attract business passengers who have tended to shun the airline.
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Ryanair Scraps Bag Fees For Business Travel

Serial Flight Stowaway Arrested In Arizona

August 26, 2014

A serial stowaway recently released from jail in California was arrested in Arizona on Tuesday on charges of criminal trespass for lingering at Phoenix Airport without a ticket, police said.
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ICAO To Trial Risk-Warning Plan For Airlines

August 26, 2014

The ICAO will launch two pilot projects designed to help airlines and states better share information about risks in conflict zones.
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ICAO To Trial Risk-Warning Plan For Airlines

American Airlines Pulls Fares From Orbitz

August 26, 2014

American Airlines on Tuesday pulled its fare listings from online travel sites operated by Orbitz because the companies failed to agree on terms for a new contract.
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American Airlines Pulls Fares From Orbitz

Dispute Over Reclining Seat Causes Flight Diversion

August 26, 2014

A midair argument between two passengers over the use of a device that stops the seat in front from reclining caused a Newark-Denver flight to be diverted to Chicago over the weekend.
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Dispute Over Reclining Seat Causes Flight Diversion

Accor Sees Higher Profit Despite French Weakness

August 26, 2014

Accor forecast operating profit would rise this year as cost-cutting and restructuring efforts start to pay off and demand for hotel rooms improves in all regions outside its home market of France.
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Accor Sees Higher Profit Despite French Weakness

Icelandic Volcano Struck By Biggest Earthquake Yet

August 26, 2014

A magnitude 5.7 earthquake hit Iceland's Bárðarbunga volcano overnight, the biggest since tremors began 10 days ago, but there is still no sign of an eruption, the country's Meteorological Office said.
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Air China's H1 Net Profit Slides 58 Percent

August 26, 2014

Air China's first-half net profit fell 58 percent, weighed down by a depreciating yuan that increased financial costs.
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Air China's H1 Net Profit Slides 58 Percent

China Southern To Rename First Class

August 26, 2014

China Southern Airlines plans to change the name of its first class cabin to business class in a bid to reclaim official customers amid Beijing's crackdown on wasteful government spending.
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China Southern To Rename First Class