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    Op-Ed: Boeing Is MAXed Out, And So Are We

Op-Ed: Boeing Is MAXed Out, And So Are We

Wouldn’t it be great for Boeing if the 737 MAX crisis just disappeared from the media? I mean, so many corporate scandals disappeared way faster. This one has gone from “My Audi crashed itself” to “My Tesla caught fire at a rate way lower than all other cars!” to “New

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    US Government Approves $17.7 Billion For FAA Spending

US Government Approves $17.7 Billion For FAA Spending

MIAMI – The U.S. House of Representatives approved a spending package of $17.7 billion to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). This boost provides the FAA with an extra 20% funding towards improving aviation safety.  The U.S. House of Representatives has stated that this money is in favor of hiring and training

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    Mitsubishi Confirms Acquisition Of Canadair Regional Jets From Bombardier

Mitsubishi Confirms Acquisition Of Canadair Regional Jets From Bombardier

LONDON – Bombardier is about to complete its departure out of commercial aviation manufacturing through a full acquisition deal from Mitsubishi Heavy Jets (MHI) for its Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ) program. The deal will see MHI pay up to $550 million as a cash consideration upon closing of the transaction.

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    Pilots Enter Class Action Suit Against Boeing Over 737 MAX Crisis

Pilots Enter Class Action Suit Against Boeing Over 737 MAX Crisis

MIAMI — In a legal move so far unheard of in the aviation world and in a case expected to be heard in a Chicago courtroom in October, a group of pilots have filed a class action lawsuit against U.S. plane manufacturing giant Boeing for “putting profits ahead of public

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    PAS19: Day Four Recap – Airbus Sells 400+ Planes, Overall Orders Decay

PAS19: Day Four Recap – Airbus Sells 400+ Planes, Overall Orders Decay

PARIS – The final day of trading comes to an end at Le Bourget. Airways covered, nonstop, all the press conferences and announcements that took place since early morning on June 17 until today. The 53rd International Paris Air Show (#PAS19) is the world’s largest aviation exhibition. This year’s event

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    PAS19: Day Three Recap – Airbus Exceeds 200+ A321XLR Orders, Boeing Lags

PAS19: Day Three Recap – Airbus Exceeds 200+ A321XLR Orders, Boeing Lags

Ground Coverage by Chris Sloan PARIS – The third trading day at the 53rd Paris Air Show in Le Bourget has come to an end. Since Monday, there have been numerous surprises, unexpected orders, and a relatively tranquil air show in terms of massive sales. The first day of the

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    Exclusive: Transport Canada Bans Medicinal Cannabis For Flight Crew

Exclusive: Transport Canada Bans Medicinal Cannabis For Flight Crew

MIAMI — Canadian transportation administrators issued the final and most recent ruling regarding cannabis use for airside-sensitive employees after months of debate, data collection, and speculation by media since Bill C-45 became legal nationwide in October 2018. Offering up the blunt response Thursday, Transport Canada (TC) “implemented a new policy

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    Bombardier Commercial Jets: The End Is Near

Bombardier Commercial Jets: The End Is Near

CALGARY – In the midst of a significant restructuring of Canadian transport manufacturing giant, Bombardier Inc., the Montreal-based company has exit-stage-left on commercial aviation and now setting its sights on the more lucrative industries of mass-rail transport and business jets. Bombardier’s rapid exit from the Commercial Aviation landscape has accelerated

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    Airbus Delivers 70 Aircraft in April, Secures Five Orders

Airbus Delivers 70 Aircraft in April, Secures Five Orders

LONDON – Airbus has unveiled its monthly report for deliveries and orders in April 2019. The manufacturer has been slow on the order book, securing only five units for the A350XWB and A330neo programmes combined. Three Airbus A350-900s were ordered for Lufthansa Technik on behalf of the German government, which

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    Sad Sight: First Two Airbus A380 In The Scrapyards

Sad Sight: First Two Airbus A380 In The Scrapyards

MIAMI — The first two ex-Singapore Airlines Airbus A380s are being scrapped in Tarbes, France. At a very young age of just 12 years, these two Super Jumbos have failed to find a second-hand operator and will, therefore, be discarded. Once the leasing agreements with Singapore Airlines were completed, the

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