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Biometrics: The Promise of Increased Security and Efficiency

  Biometrics: The Promise of Increased Security and Efficiency

Written by: Jeffery Oboy, and Katharina Nickel • M2P Consulting, Inc. Security Measures Continue to Grow The global travel, transport,

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Analysis: Airbus Acquires 50% of Bombardier CSeries

  Analysis: Airbus Acquires 50% of Bombardier CSeries

MIAMI — Airbus and Bombardier announced a blockbuster joint venture agreement Monday evening, as the European aircraft manufacturing giant will acquire

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Op-Ed: Should Passenger Facility Charges Be Increased?

  Op-Ed: Should Passenger Facility Charges Be Increased?

Written by: Felipe A. Rodriguez, MBA, MPA, CM MIAMI – There is a very hot topic in aviation currently, that

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The TWA Hotel at JFK set to open in 2019

  The TWA Hotel at JFK set to open in 2019

MIAMI – If you’ve been to New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) lately, you may have seen that construction

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FAA Orders A380 Engine Inspections After Air France Incident

  FAA Orders A380 Engine Inspections After Air France Incident

MIAMI – The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ordered an inspection on every Airbus A380 after Air France’s engine failure.

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Analysis: Delta CEO Says That It Will Not Pay CSeries Tariffs

  Analysis: Delta CEO Says That It Will Not Pay CSeries Tariffs

ATLANTA – Delta Air Lines (DAL) reported a $1.81 billion net pretax profit ($1.7 billion adjusted for special items) for the

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Op-ed: Why Design a Plane When You Can Sue?

  Op-ed: Why Design a Plane When You Can Sue?

MIAMI – I had no idea that the Boeing 737 MAX was the most versatile aircraft ever made. I mean,

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The Airbus A330-800neo Production is On Track

  The Airbus A330-800neo Production is On Track

MIAMI – The production of the Airbus’ newest version of its successful A330 program is entering the final steps before

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Best of Airways — Exclusive Interview with Pieter Elbers, Chief Operating Officer of KLM

  Best of Airways — Exclusive Interview with Pieter Elbers, Chief Operating Officer of KLM

Interview by Andreas Spaeth • Airways Magazine, August 2014 KLM’s top manager sits down for a rare talk in Amsterdam

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An Additional Blow to Bombardier by the US Commerce Department

  An Additional Blow to Bombardier by the US Commerce Department

MIAMI – The U.S. Commerce Department ordered an additional 79.82% tariff to all Bombardier CSeries jets that are imported from Canada

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