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January 27, 2011
Jetscape Aviation Company And M1 Tie The Knot
A new commercial jet holding company was created Wednesday when
Jetscape Aviation Group completed a merger and restructuring
transaction with M1 Commercial Jets, Ltd. (“M1CJ”).
Carrier Adding To Fleet Of 114 Of The Single-Aisle
Boeing and Alaska Airlines announced an order for 15
Next-Generation 737 airplanes Tuesday, comprised of 13 737-900ERs
(extended range) and two 737-800s.
Lockheed Martin Delivers First Civil L-100 Hercules Replacement
Center Wing Box
The first replacement Center Wing Box (CWB) assembly for the
civil variant of the Hercules, the L-100, has been delivered from
Lockheed Martin to Lynden Air Cargo.
AD NUMBER: 2011-02-09
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AD NUMBER: 2011-02-06
MANUFACTURER:The Boeing Company Model 767-300
Company May Still Revamp the 737
Boeing said it plans to deliver somewhere between 25 and 40 of
its long-delayed Dreamliners this year, and said the airplane would
be profitable despite the challenges getting to market.
US Airways, UAL/Continental Report Different Results For 4th
US Airways Group, Inc. reported its fourth quarter and 2010
financial results on Wednesday. The company reported a 2010 net
profit of $447 million, or $2.34 per diluted share, which excludes
special items totaling a net credit of $55 million.
Re-Branding Part Of Overall New Business Model For The Regional
After 32 years of operation, Horizon Air announced Tuesday it is
retiring its public brand and will adopt the trademark Eskimo of
its sister company, Alaska Airlines, on its fleet.
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