To anyone at Boeing who may have snickered when rival Airbus
experienced a number of delays in bringing its high-profile A380
superjumbo to market... one imagines if you didn't believe in karma
then, you do now.
Facility Near Warrenton, VA Slated To Open In 2011
Management of the nation's air traffic control system will move
to a permanent home in a state-of-the-art facility near Warrenton,
VA in 2011, when a new Federal Aviation Administration Air Traffic
Control System Command Center is completed.
But Low Fuel Prices Lead To Small Improvement On AMEX
It was a long November for most of the nation's airlines... as
passengers flew away from the prospect of flying on commercial
airliners, even over the traditionally packed Thanksgiving holiday
'White Tails' Could Soon Roll Off Production Lines
Boeing and Airbus owe much of the value of their stocks to their
order backlogs. Both manufacturers have years worth of production
stacked up on waiting lists, which could be a major factor in
helping them weather a tough recession.