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October 07, 2004

So Much For Talking

US Files WTO Complaint Over Airbus Subsidies

The time for talking is apparently over. The Bush administration has taken its case about EU subsidies to Airbus to the World Trade Organization, igniting what very well could be an aviation trade war.

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Boeing's Response To Airbus Subsidy Complaint

No Surprises Here Boeing Company issued the following statement in light of the announcement that the United States has terminated the 1992 US – European Union Agreement on Trade in Large Civil Aircraft and requested formal consultations in the World Trade Organization (WTO) to address the matter of subsidies paid by European governments to Airbus Industries.

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US Airways Pilots Decide To Vote

Rank And File To Decide On $300 Concession Package

ALPA pilots working for US Airways will vote on the airline's $300 million concession package, after the plan was initially stalled by pilots in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.

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All It Takes Is A Phone Call

Another Commercial Flight Escorted, Diverted After Bomb Hoax

It started with an anonymous bomb threat phoned in to Lufthansa shortly after flight LH686 left Frankfurt for Tel Aviv Tuesday. Before it was over, the apparent hoax would force the aircraft to divert and cause an international incident involving Germany, Israel and Cyprus.

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Things That Go Buzz In The Night

"Personal Massager" Shuts Down Aussie Airport

Would you want to go through airport security with a sex toy in your luggage? Well, neither did an Australian passenger boarding a flight at Mackay Airport in Queensland.

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Japan Airlines, World's Largest 747 Operator, Orders More Of Its Favorite Planes

Three More 747-400s On The Way

Boeing and Japan Airlines say JAL, the world's largest 747 operator, has ordered three 747-400 Special Freighters with options on up to four more.

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