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Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Will A Tweet Change Air Force One?

Some Analysts Say Pressure From The President-Elect Might Make A Difference

Pressure on Boeing from President-elect Donald Trump could force the planemaker to make changes in the new Air Force One aircraft on order from the U.S. Air Force in an effort to cut costs, as Trump has suggested.

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Sat, Dec 10, 2016

Airline Executive Arrested In Bolivia

Head Of LaMia Airline Taken Into Custody In Connection With Accident In Colombia

The head of LaMia Airlines has been arrested in Bolivia in connection with an accident last week that fatally injured 71 people on board one of the carrier's aircraft. Among those who did not survive were most of the Brazilian football (soccer) team Chapecoense.

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Fri, Dec 09, 2016

Philippine Airlines, Bombardier Finalize Order For Up To 12 Q400 Aircraft

Order Confirms Airline As Launch Customer Of Two-Class, 86-Seat Turboprops

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced today that it has finalized a firm purchase agreement with Philippine Airlines, Inc., flag carrier of the Philippines, consistent with the Letter of Intent announced on October 14, 2016. The purchase agreement includes a firm order for five Q400 aircraft and purchase rights for an additional seven Q400 aircraft.

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Fri, Dec 09, 2016

Teamster Pilots, Flight Engineers Ratify Contract With Amerijet

Wages Increases Highlight Four-Year Contract

By an overwhelming margin, Teamster pilots and professional flight engineers at Amerijet ratified a new contract with the airline. There are 85 members in the bargaining unit represented by Local 769 in North Miami, FL.

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Fri, Dec 09, 2016

AAR’s ISU 56000 Series Containers Certified For Commercial B747 Aircraft

Netting No Longer Required When Using The Containers

AAR has announced the certification of the ISU (Internal Airlift/Helicopter Slingable Container Units) 56000 series on commercial Boeing 747 aircraft. With the certification, these containers are now recognized as a size code B Unit Loading Device and are no longer required to be netted.

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