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April 11, 2005

KLM Flight Denied US Overflight

Dutch Lawmakers Want Answers

A KLM flight from Amsterdam to Mexico City was denied permission to overfly the US Friday, leading two Dutch lawmakers to wonder aloud just how the US got information on passengers who weren't landing anywhere near an American airport.

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Just When You Thought There'd Be A Settlement

US, EU Officials Continue To Bicker Over Subsidies

The feud between Airbus and Boeing, now playing out under threats from both sides that this whole matter will end up in a world trade court, grew even more rancorous on Monday, as the EU demanded Washington end tax breaks and research help to Boeing.

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Is Your 747 Missing Something?

FAA Investigating What Looks Like A Piece Of Someone's Plane

Boeing 747 operators might want to do an extra walk-around inspection after authorities in Dakota County, MN, found what may be parts of a reverse-thruster Saturday night.

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Korean Air Lines Orders 787s

Fly Faster On Less Fuel

Boeing and Korean Airlines announced an order for up to 20 Boeing 787 Dreamliners Monday.

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