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Turkish Air Emergency Landing After Engine Failure

April 26, 2015

A Turkish Airlines flight from Milan to Istanbul made an emergency landing at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport on Saturday, after an engine caught fire, the latest in a series of incidents that have forced the carrier to divert or recall flights.
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Turkish Air Emergency Landing After Engine Failure

ASKY Seeks Investors, Regional Cooperation

April 26, 2015

Togo-based airline ASKY is in talks with potential investors to strengthen its operations and regional leaders should bury pride and ambition to create a carrier serving West and Central Africa, its chairman said.
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Ryanair Boss Eyes 10-15 Percent Cut In Fares

April 26, 2015

Ryanair expects its fares to drop by between 10 and 15 percent over the next two years as it passes on the benefits of lower oil prices.
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Ryanair Boss Eyes 10-15 Percent Cut In Fares

Air Cote d'Ivoire Wants To 'Consolidate' Position

April 24, 2015

Air Cote d'Ivoire is to invest a total of USD$200 million in the next two years and acquire three Airbus A319s in its bid to become a regional hub operator.
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Air Cote d'Ivoire Wants To 'Consolidate' Position

Flights Cancelled As Ash Pours From Chile Volcano

April 24, 2015

Chilean volcano Calbuco, which erupted without warning on Wednesday, was still pushing out ash and smoke on Friday, prompting new evacuations and leading airlines to cancel flights to Argentina's capital Buenos Aires, 1,400 km east.
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Flights Cancelled As Ash Pours From Chile Volcano

American Airlines Q1 Profit Almost Doubles

April 24, 2015

American Airlines reported a first-quarter profit of USD$932 million, almost double its profit in the same period a year earlier
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American Airlines Q1 Profit Almost Doubles

SkyWest Unclear Why Three Passengers Lost Consciousness

April 23, 2015

A day after three passengers lost consciousness on a SkyWest flight from Chicago to Hartford, Connecticut, airline officials remained unclear on what had caused them to pass out.
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Boeing Warns Of Job Relocations If US Ex-Im Bank Goes

April 23, 2015

Boeing may have to relocate US-based engineering and manufacturing jobs overseas if Congress eliminates funding for the US Export-Import Bank, chief executive Jim McNerney said.
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Boeing Warns Of Job Relocations If US Ex-Im Bank Goes

Mexico's GAP Reports Higher Q1 Profit

April 23, 2015

GAP, which operates 12 airports along Mexico's Pacific Coast, said its first-quarter profit rose 3 percent on higher passenger traffic.
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Mexico's GAP Reports Higher Q1 Profit

Southwest Triples First Quarter Profit

April 23, 2015

Southwest Airlines reported a first-quarter profit that nearly tripled but forecast a decline in unit revenue for April.
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Southwest Triples First Quarter Profit

Hawaiian Airlines Swings To Q1 Profit

April 23, 2015

Hawaiian Airlines reported a first-quarter profit of USD$25.9 million and announced a new share repurchase.
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Hawaiian Airlines Swings To Q1 Profit

United Reports Q1 Profit Of USD$508 Million

April 23, 2015

United Continental reported a first-quarter net profit of USD$508 million, but cut its capacity forecast for 2015, noting the strong US dollar has weakened demand abroad.
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United Reports Q1 Profit Of USD$508 Million

Airbus Picks Korean Air Aerospace For A330neo Parts

April 23, 2015

Airbus has selected Korean Air Aerospace, part of Korean Air Group, to manufacture "sharklet" wingtips for its A330neo family of aircraft.
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Airbus Picks Korean Air Aerospace For A330neo Parts

Lithium Batteries A Safety Concern For China's Air Transport

April 23, 2015

China's booming e-commerce industry and the ability of the country's small businesses to export hazardous materials are posing a safety concern for the country's air transport industry, IATA warned.
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Lithium Batteries A Safety Concern For China's Air Transport

HondaJet Flies In Japan, But No Asian Sales For Now

April 23, 2015

Honda on Thursday flew its HondaJet business aircraft for the first time in Japan, bringing to life a dream cherished by founder Soichiro Honda, but the automaker said sales of the jet in Asia remain years away.
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HondaJet Flies In Japan, But No Asian Sales For Now