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Norwegian Air, Pilots To Hold Talks With Mediator

March 6, 2015

Norway's national mediator will meet budget airline Norwegian Air Shuttle and its striking pilots in a bid to end their dispute.
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Condor To Rise To The Challenge From Eurowings

March 6, 2015

German airline Condor, owned by tour operator Thomas Cook, plans to meet competition from Lufthansa's proposed low-cost long-haul operation Eurowings head-on, its chief executive said.
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Condor To Rise To The Challenge From Eurowings

European Tourism Buoyed By Recovering Economies

March 5, 2015

Travel and tourism companies are looking forward to a solid year in Europe thanks to recovering economies and a fall in oil prices.
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European Tourism Buoyed By Recovering Economies

Bombardier Postpones Investor Day

March 5, 2015

Bombardier has postponed an investor day scheduled for March 11 to give its new chief executive time to go through its operations in detail, a Bombardier spokeswoman said.
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Bombardier Postpones Investor Day

Snowstorm Causes Thousands Of Cancelled US Flights

March 5, 2015

A treacherous winter storm reaching from Texas to New England caused more than 4,000 flight cancellations on Thursday.
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Snowstorm Causes Thousands Of Cancelled US Flights

Delta Plane Slides Off LaGuardia Runway

March 5, 2015

A Delta Air Lines plane landing during a snowstorm at New York's LaGuardia Airport on Thursday slid off the runway and struck a fence before coming to rest at the edge of Flushing Bay. There were no serious injuries.
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Delta Plane Slides Off LaGuardia Runway

Emirates President Plans US Talks Over Subsidy Row

March 5, 2015

Emirates President Tim Clark plans talks with officials in Washington in two weeks' time to help formulate its response to allegations by US airlines of unfair subsidies awarded to Gulf carriers.
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Emirates President Plans US Talks Over Subsidy Row

US Airline Unions Join Campaign Against Gulf Carriers

March 5, 2015

US airline unions have added their voices to their employers' escalating campaign to persuade the United States to alter commercial flying agreements with Qatar and the United Arab Emirates amid allegations of unfair subsidies.
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US Airline Unions Join Campaign Against Gulf Carriers

Ireland Expects Improved Offer For Aer Lingus

March 5, 2015

The Irish government expects IAG to make a further offer to convince it to sell its 25 percent stake in Aer Lingus, Deputy Prime Minister Joan Burton said.
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Ireland Expects Improved Offer For Aer Lingus

Airbus Wins 37 Orders January-February

March 5, 2015

Airbus won 37 gross orders in the first two months of the year, or 28 after cancellations, driven by demand for its A320-family of narrow-body aircraft.
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Airbus Wins 37 Orders January-February

SAS Posts Lower First-Quarter Loss

March 5, 2015

SAS Scandinavian Airlines announced a smaller first-quarter loss and said it was working to trim costs and remained intent on reaching a core profit for its current fiscal year.
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SAS Posts Lower First-Quarter Loss

Germania's CEO Eyes All-Airbus Fleet

March 5, 2015

Germania aims to switch its fleet to all-Airbus aircraft when it takes older Boeing 737s out of service, its chief executive said.
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Germania's CEO Eyes All-Airbus Fleet

Norwegian Air Pilots' Strike Continues After Talks Fail

March 5, 2015

Norwegian Air Shuttle has held new talks with its striking pilots but no solution was found to the six-day conflict, a spokeswoman said.
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Norwegian Air Pilots' Strike Continues After Talks Fail

Emirates Has Had Extensive A380neo Discussions

March 5, 2015

Emirates has had extensive discussions with Airbus about the production of an updated version of the A380 with more efficient engines, the airline's president Tim Clark said.
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Emirates Has Had Extensive A380neo Discussions

Qatar Airways No Longer Interested In CSeries

March 4, 2015

Qatar Airways is no longer interested in ordering any Bombardier CSeries jets as a result of the delays to the new single-aisle aircraft.
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Qatar Airways No Longer Interested In CSeries