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PAS19: Middle East Airlines Orders Four Airbus A321XLRs

    PAS19: Middle East Airlines Orders Four Airbus A321XLRs

Coverage by Chris Sloan PARIS – As expected, the Airbus A321XLR has had continued success just one day into its launch with a second major order announced by Lebanese carrier,

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PAS19: United Airlines Orders Up to 39 Embraer E175s

    PAS19: United Airlines Orders Up to 39 Embraer E175s

Coverage by Chris Sloan PARIS – Embraer has unveiled its first order of the week with United Airlines, under the Express subsidiary for up to 39 E175 aircraft. As a

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PAS19: Boeing Begins Paris with Product Update: Expresses Sorrow over MAX Issues

    PAS19: Boeing Begins Paris with Product Update: Expresses Sorrow over MAX Issues

Coverage by Chris Sloan, Written by James Field PARIS – Boeing began its time at the airshow, not with an order but with a business update. The update itself began

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Japan Airlines Receives First Airbus A350XWB (+Photos)

    Japan Airlines Receives First Airbus A350XWB (+Photos)

TOULOUSE – There was glorious weather in the heart of Airbus this week as Japan Airlines received the first of 31 Airbus A350XWBs at the Airbus Delivery Center in Toulouse.

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Qantas Confirms 747 Retirement By 2020, A380 by 2030

    Qantas Confirms 747 Retirement By 2020, A380 by 2030

LONDON – During the IATA Annual General Meeting in Seoul, Qantas’ CEO Alan Joyce confirmed fleet retirement plans for both

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South African Airways Staff To Strike Over CEO Resignation

    South African Airways Staff To Strike Over CEO Resignation

LONDON – Local media in South Africa are reporting that the workers in national carrier South African Airways (SAA) may

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IAG Moves 10.3 million Passengers In May, Expects Stronger Summer Season

    IAG Moves 10.3 million Passengers In May, Expects Stronger Summer Season

LONDON – The International Airlines Group (IAG)—which includes British Airways (BA), Iberia (IB), Vueling (VY), Aer Lingus (EI), and Openskies

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Kenya Airways To Double Fleet in Five Years To Remain Competitive

    Kenya Airways To Double Fleet in Five Years To Remain Competitive

LONDON – Nairobi-based Kenya Airways has outlined its plans for growth as it aims to restore its profits and become

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American Airlines Extends 737 MAX Cancellations Into September

    American Airlines Extends 737 MAX Cancellations Into September

LONDON – American Airlines has announced, in yet another blow to the Boeing 737 MAX program, that cancellations to its

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South African Airways CEO Resigns: Lack Of Funding, No Government Support

    South African Airways CEO Resigns: Lack Of Funding, No Government Support

LONDON – South African Airways (SAA) has announced that its CEO, Vuyani Jarana, has stepped down due to lack of

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