Commercial Aircraft Newswire (Page 13)

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  1. Why Boeing, T-Mobile, Owens Corning & Two Other Stocks Are in Spotlight on WednesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Insider Monkey

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  2. JetBlue's New Airbus Could Upend Travel to EuropeRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Washington Post

    When executives at JetBlue Airways Corp. gaze east to Europe from their perch in New York, they see a striking similarity to transcontinental domestic routes: abundant business traffic, high fares, entrenched rivals, and in-flight service quality that spans the spectrum. Europe has one crucial difference, though.

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  3. Airbus Suffers $1.5 Billion Hit Against Delays to Key ModelsRead the original story

    Wednesday | The Washington Post

    Airbus Group SE took charges totaling 1.4 billion euros against delays and glitches at two key programs that have left it even more reliant on a second-half production surge to meet annual earnings goals. The European manufacturer recorded a hit of 1.03 billion euros to fix faulty gearboxes on its A400M military transport, together with a penalty of 385 million euros on the A350 wide-body, deliveries of which have slowed to a trickle amid a shortage of cabin fittings including seats and lavatories.

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  4. Boeing reports first quarterly loss since 2009Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Belfast Telegraph

    Aerospace giant Boeing has plunged to its first quarterly loss in nearly seven years following a string of hefty charges. The Chicago-based firm slumped to a 234 million US dollar loss in the second quarter, as it faced write-downs totalling 3 billion dollars linked to two of its newest commercial jets and a military fuel tanker.

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  5. China finishes building the world's largest amphibious planeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Engadget

    On November 2nd, 1947, the Hughes H-4 Hercules took off for the first time. The test run lasted less than a minute, and it traveled for around a mile.

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  6. Boeing Posts First Quarterly Loss In Nearly Seven YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Manufacturing.net

    Boeing, absorbing billions in write-downs related to two of its newest commercial jets and a military fuel tanker, reported its first quarterly loss in nearly seven years. Yet revenue for the Chicago aerospace giant rose 1 percent to $24.8 billion, and company shares rose steadily before the opening bell Wednesday.

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  7. JetBlue to Europe? It could happenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Albany Times Union

    JetBlue's option to purchase a fleet of Airbus A321 long-range jets has raised the possibility that it could expand to Europe. The topic came up Tuesday during an earnings call with CEO Robin Hayes, a former British Airways executive who, with a nudge from U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, has overseen expansion of the low-fare carrier to Albany and other cities.

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  8. W Seattle Unveils Completion of $18M RenovationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Hotel Business

    Inspired by the hotel's Pacific Northwest location, all 415 guestrooms and nine suites have been transformed, completing the multi-phase renovation that included the hotel's signature Living Room, Trace restaurant and state of the art meeting spaces. Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc., owners of W Seattle, partnered with design firm Krause + Sawyer, along with the award-winning design team from W Hotels to reimagine the hotel.

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  9. UPDATE 2-Boeing posts 2nd-quarter loss, cushioned by defense profitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Reuters

    ... the 747 and KC-46 refueling tanker programs. The results reflected increased deliveries of twin-aisle commercial aircraft, and better profitability in its defense, space and security business. While revenue in the unit fell 5 percent, profit rose 9 ...

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  10. Emirates Boeing 777 makes emergency landing in MumbaiRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Mail

    There's nothing quite as wonderful as a stay at the Savoy... unless it's the one in Blackpool, discovers MailOnline's etiquette expert William Hanson The 'blood lake' in Iran revealed: Stunning satellite image shows how tiny bugs transform salt water into a brilliant red First look at Center Parcs' debut in Ireland: Sprawling 193million resort to feature lakes, water rides and a sub-tropical pool Why you should ALWAYS pay in local currency on holiday: Brits are duped out of 380million a year in hidden fees by paying in pounds Arty interiors, Parisian skyline views and a hot tub to unwind in: A stylish luxury hideaway in the City of Light Billion dollar addresses: From a Saudi hotel with a gold spire to a sprawling Chinese casino, the 20 most expensive buildings in the world revealed Hop to it! Inside the bizarre taxidermy museum where over 500 stuffed frogs are seen playing tennis, going ... (more)

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  11. Malaysia Airlines inks $2.75B deal for 50 Boeing Max jetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Listowel Banner

    Malaysia Airlines said Wednesday it has agreed to buy up to 50 Boeing Max planes in a deal worth $2.75 billion as part of its fleet renewal and said it hopes to relist on the stock exchange by 2019. The airline's new CEO, Peter Bellew, said the deal included 25 firm orders, worth $2.75 billion, and the right to purchase another 25 jets, with deliveries to start in 2019.

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  12. Boeing Co. Earnings: Big Charges Lead to a Big LossRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Motley Fool

    Boeing recorded $3 billion in earnings charges last quarter, but the company's underlying operating performance was fairly good. announced that it would take three big charges in its Q2 earnings report, totaling $3 billion before tax and $2.1 billion after tax.

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  13. Boeing Posts Q2 Revenue Of US$24.8 Billion, Up 1 Per CentRead the original story

    Wednesday | Malaysian National News Agency

    KUALA LUMPUR, July 27 -- Aircraft manufacturer, Boeing reported a revenue of US$24.75 billion for the second quarter to June 30, 2016, up by one per cent from US$24.54 billion in the same period previously on strong commercial deliveries and services growth. This brought its first half 2016 revenue to US$47.38 billion as compared with US$46.69 billion in first half of 2015, it said.

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  14. India-US deal to procure four Poseidon-8I aircraftRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | India.com

    New Delhi, Jul 27: India today signed an over USD 1 billion deal with American defence and aerospace major Boeing for procuring four additional 'Poseidon-8I' long-range maritime surveillance and anti-submarine warfare aircraft. The contract is a follow-on order to eight P-81 planes already bought by India in a direct deal with the firm worth USD 2.1 billion, defence sources said.

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  15. Dow 30 Earnings: Boeing Second Quarter 2016Read the original story

    Wednesday | Value Line

    ... share-net estimate of $8.80, which would represent a year-over-year gain of 18%. We think that Boeing's Commercial Aircraft division will continue to perform well and deliver more planes this year. What's more, additional bookings should be on the ...

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  16. Boeing's Cash Haul Eclipses First Quarterly Loss Since 2009Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Bloomberg

    Boeing Co. pocketed a cash bounty from rising jetliner deliveries despite reporting its first quarterly loss in almost seven years after a $2.1 billion post-tax accounting cost.

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  17. Boeing posts lower-than-expected loss, stock jumpsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Channelnewsasia.com

    ... refueling tanker programs. Boeing's underlying performance came from increased deliveries of twin-aisle commercial aircraft, and better profitability in its defense, space and security business. While revenue in the unit fell 5 percent, profit rose ...

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  18. Facebook's Internet-Delivery Drone Completes First Test FlightRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | LiveScience

    Facebook recently completed its first test flight of a solar-powered drone that is designed to beam down internet access to remote areas of the world. The Aquila drone is being developed to broaden the scope of internet connectivity around the globe.

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  19. New drone rules may expand use across industriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | Door Reminder

    With new FAA rules outlining how companies can use drones, many may adopt these machines across a wide stretch of industries New drone rules may expand use across industries With new FAA rules outlining how companies can use drones, many may adopt these machines across a wide stretch of industries Check out this story on greenbaypressgazette.com: http://oshko.sh/2a5N0TA Drone operators at the EAA AirVenture convention in Oshkosh are anticipating the FAA's changes to drone regulations which will open more people up to their use commercially.

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  20. Disputed MH370 Theorist Asks "How Did They Get it Wrong"Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Jeff Wise's reporting on the disappearance of Malaysia 370 has always been out there, but that didn't seem to stop established news organizations from using him in their coverage of the mysterious loss of the airplane in 2014. It was Wise whose front page article in New York Magazine kicked off with this compelling question; "How Crazy Am I To Think I Actually Know Where That Malaysia Airlines Plane Is?" In his scenario, the plane was commandeered by shady Ukrainian passengers and digitally flown to Kazakhstan.

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