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Malaysia Airlines Posts Wider Q3 Loss

November 28, 2014

Malaysia Airlines has reported its worst quarterly loss since late 2011, as passenger numbers and yields dropped further after the loss of two aircraft this year.
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Malaysia Airlines Posts Wider Q3 Loss

Lufthansa Bookings Not Affected By Strikes

November 27, 2014

Lufthansa said its current bookings have not been dented by a series of strikes by its pilots in a dispute over retirement benefits earlier this year.
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Lufthansa Bookings Not Affected By Strikes

Qantas, JAL Inject Funds Into Jetstar Japan

November 27, 2014

Qantas and Japan Airlines will inject AUD$114 million (USD$97 million) into Jetstar Japan to support its growth as it prepares to start international flights next year.
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Qantas, JAL Inject Funds Into Jetstar Japan

Scotland Could Cut Air Travel Tax

November 27, 2014

Scotland is likely to cut taxes on passengers flying out of the country from next year following a new tax deal with the UK government, giving Scottish airports an advantage over rivals in England.
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Scotland Could Cut Air Travel Tax

Lion Orders ATRs Worth USD$1 Billion

November 27, 2014

Indonesia's Lion Group is buying an additional 40 aircraft from ATR for USD$1 billion at list prices, in a move that will make Lion the biggest customer of the European manufacturer.
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Lion Orders ATRs Worth USD$1 Billion

FAA Proposes Boeing 787 Sensor Fix

November 26, 2014

The US FAA has proposed a fix for the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner, following "numerous reports of failures of proximity sensors" on the high-tech plane's wings.
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FAA Proposes Boeing 787 Sensor Fix

Alitalia Confirms Ex-Ferrari Boss As Chairman

November 26, 2014

Alitalia has confirmed the appointment of former Ferrari boss Luca Cordero di Montezemolo as non-executive chairman of the Italian airline following the tie-up with Etihad Airways.
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Alitalia Confirms Ex-Ferrari Boss As Chairman

Ryanair Undecided On Aer Lingus Pension Deal

November 26, 2014

Ryanair, Aer Lingus' largest shareholder, has yet to decide whether to back a deal to end a long-running pension dispute that is seen as key to the airline's valuation.
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Ryanair Undecided On Aer Lingus Pension Deal

Thomas Cook Hit By CEO Departure

November 26, 2014

British leisure travel company Thomas Cook's chief executive Harriet Green has been replaced by its chief operating officer Peter Fankhauser.
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Thomas Cook Hit By CEO Departure

Fraport, Copelouzos Win Greek Airports Tender

November 26, 2014

Fraport and Greek energy firm Copelouzos bid EUR€1.23 billion to lease and operate 14 Greek regional airports.
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Fraport, Copelouzos Win Greek Airports Tender

Australia Working On MH370 Drift Modeling

November 26, 2014

Australia is working on new drift modeling to expand the geographical area in which wreckage from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 may come ashore.
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Australia Working On MH370 Drift Modeling

DPA Union Struggling To Replace ALPA At Delta

November 26, 2014

A group of Delta Air Lines pilots seeking to replace the current pilots' union at the US carrier are struggling to win enough support.
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DPA Union Struggling To Replace ALPA At Delta

Calls On Airlines To Lower Fuel Surcharges

November 25, 2014

Airlines should lower their fuel surcharges to reflect a recent decline in oil prices, according to Gerd Billen, Germany's deputy minister of justice and consumer protection.
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Calls On Airlines To Lower Fuel Surcharges

Air France To Sell 2.2 Pct Stake In Amadeus

November 25, 2014

Air France is selling a 2.2 percent stake in travel technology company Amadeus through a derivatives deal.
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Air France To Sell 2.2 Pct Stake In Amadeus

SkyWest Orders Seven Embraer Jets

November 25, 2014

SkyWest has booked a firm order for seven Embraer E175s, the plane maker said in a securities filing.
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SkyWest Orders Seven Embraer Jets