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The Daily Star
BA plane makes Heathrow emergency landing after engine fire
LONDON: A British Airways plane travelling from London to Oslo was forced to make an emergency landing at Heathrow on Friday after a technical fault in an engine.
Thu May 23, 2013
City Council Provides Major Boost to Runway Extension
Wellington City Council's decision to back Wellington Airport's runway extension is a major boost to the city's economic growth potential.
Boeing Chief Says 787's Batteries Fixed And Production Ramping Up
At Boeing's annual investor conference, Ray Conner confidently predicted the 787 and forthcoming 777X will dominate the widebody market against competition from Airbus.
The Wichita Eagle
Spirit's ShadowWorks a technology investment
Their goal is to create better manufacturing processes, reduce weight, lower costs, improve inspections or otherwise boost Spirit's capabilities and its ability to serve customers.
Vote for runway resource consent positive news
The news that Wellington City Council is to vote to put $1 million towards the cost of resource consent to extend the airport runway is positive, says Wellington Employers' Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Raewyn Bleakley.
Wed May 22, 2013
Shaping the future of travel
Airbus gave the world a peek at the new A350 XWB "MSN001", as it emerged in its Airbus livery out from the paintshop in Toulouse last week.
Post and Courier
Updated: Boeing CEO Jim McNerney calls N. Charleston 787 campus a oea big deala
Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO Ray Conner, shown in Tokyo earlier this year, was on Kiawah Island today to address analysts.
Rolls-Royce wins engine order from U.S. lessor CIT
Britain's Rolls-Royce has won a contract to supply engines to power 23 Airbus aircraft ordered by U.S. leasing company CIT Aerospace, it said on Wednesday.
Mon May 20, 2013
The Globe and Mail
New Airbus A350 jet could make Paris show flypast
The vertical tail wing of the first Airbus A350 is seen on the final assembly line in Toulouse, southwestern France, in this October 23, 2012 file photo.
Fri May 17, 2013
Airbus, Boeing, will battle for PR at Paris Air Show
With the Paris Air Show just a month away, Airbus may be preparing to try to take the wind away from Boeing's resurgent 787 Dreamliner.
Thu May 16, 2013
Kuwait carrier signs up for 25 Airbus planes
Kuwait Airways signed a deal with Airbus to buy 15 A320neo and 10 A350-900 planes with options for 10 more, five from each category, chairman Sami al-Nasef said today.
Wed May 15, 2013
Airbus sales drive Q1 profits at parent company
The father of a 12-year-old boy accused of fatally stabbing his 8-year-old sister had planned on addressing the media, but sheriff's officials said a news conference set for Tuesday was canceled.
Tue May 14, 2013
Geoffrey Kent, Abercrombie & Kent
IT could be the world's most expensive holiday - a $100,000 round-the-world jaunt visiting everywhere from the remote Easter Island to the glamour playground of Monte Carlo by private jet.
Airbus rolls out new A350 XWB
Airbus has showed off its new A350 XWB, rolling out its first flyable plane on Monday fresh from the paintshop in company livery.
The Hartford Courant
Airbus 'more confident' on A350 as profits rise
Airbus expressed growing optimism about the schedule for the keenly-awaited maiden flight of its A350 on Tuesday, amid speculation that its first new jet in almost a decade could debut before next month's Paris air show.
As Airbus A350 Rolls Out, US Airways Awaits a 2017 Delivery
Airbus rolled out the first A350 from the paint shop, perhaps positioning the European aircraft maker to take advantage of Boeing's , which operates the world largest Airbus fleet, expects to take delivery of its first A350 in 2017, by which time it is expected to have merged with American US Airways is scheduled to receive four A350s in the fourth ... (more)
Airbus Mobile, aviation sector could take several cues from Hamburg, Germany
MOBILE, Alabama - Successful development of Mobile's expanding aerospace and aviation sector might well hinge on more than a century of hindsight and best practices imported from nearly 4,800 miles away.
EADS First-Quarter Profit Rises on Airbus Delivery Growth
European Aeronautic, Defence & Space Co. posted higher first-quarter earnings as its Airbus unit more than doubled profit on higher deliveries of commercial jets.
Mon May 13, 2013
'Passengers brawl with airport staff'
TAKE a group of stressed passengers, add a series of unexplained flight delays along with "unhelpful" airport employees, and you've got a recipe for disaster.
Boeing names 777X team as program launch nears
Boeing has appointed its team to lead the new 777X jet program, a further indication that a formal launch of the airplane is no more than months away.