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October 15, 2011

DOT Approves Delta, US Airways Slot Swap

Justice Department Still Not Completely Satisfied As Airlines Trade Positions In New York, Washington, DC

The DOT has given final approval to a slot swap proposed by Delta and US Airways that will mean changes in the number of flights each airline offers at LaGuardia and Reagan National airports. The two airlines have been working on the deal for more than two years.

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First Domestic Dreamliner Rolls Out Of Factory

United Airlines Will Be First U.S. Carrier To Fly Boeing's New Airliner

Final assembly of the first Dreamliner slated for delivery to a domestic airline was completed by Boeing Wednesday night, finishing the first major step in the aircraft's production. United Airlines will be the first North American carrier to take a 787 delivery, with plans to introduce the first of 50 Dreamliners into revenue service in 2012.

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Airbus Delivers China Southern Airlines’ First A380

CSA Becomes The First Chinese Operator Of The Superjumbo Airliner

Airbus has delivered the first A380 to China Southern Airlines. During a very special celebration ceremony held Friday at the Airbus Delivery Center in Toulouse, France, the first out of five aircraft ordered was handed over from Airbus President and CEO, Tom Enders to China Southern Airlines Chairman, Si Xianmin.

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Dash 8 Down In Papua New Guinea

Four Of The 32 People Aboard The Aircraft Reportedly Survive

Reports out of Papua New Guinea indicate that an Airlines PNG Dash 8 went down Thursday in a storm on a flight from Lae to Madang. The flight was reportedly carrying parents on their way to a university graduation.

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