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November 11, 2007

Spanish Flight Crew Released

Accused Of Kidnappings In Chad

Chad authorities released three Spanish flight crew members and a Belgian pilot detained in a suspected plot by a charity hoping to fly African children to Europe, according to the International Herald Tribune.

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Boeing and Airbus To Show Wares In Dubai This Week

Perception That Boeing Reflects US Foreign Policy Could Hurt Sales In Gulf

It will be Europe versus the United Stated over snagging business orders from the Persian Gulf when aircraft manufacturers line up to show and tell in the upcoming Dubai Air Show. An estimated 900 companies from 50 countries are expected to showcase their products in Dubai this week, as reported by ANN.

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Perception Test: Are Airlines Loading Less Fuel, Or Are There More Delays?

Pilots Using More 'Fuel Fudge-Factor' To Protect Passengers/Crew

The increased price of oil has some airlines looking at grounding some of its fleet if fuel prices continue to climb. An investigation by WABC-NY found that some airlines might be trying to cut costs by lightening the load and flying with less fuel. But pilots say its delays that may be using their fuel.

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Another Exec Exits JetBlue, Harvey Gone

He Joined, He Left, He Returned, Now He's Gone Again

Chief financial officer for JetBlue, John Harvey, has resigned after only 18 months on the job, according to Dow Jones on Thursday November 7. Harvey left JetBlue to pursue other interests, according to company officials.

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Another Incident at Ben-Gurion Airport

Nacelle Scrapes Crates Close To Gate

An El Al Boeing 747-700 aircraft from New York was involved in a ground accident at Ben-Gurion International Airport on Thursday that knocked over crates of flowers near the gate. The incident caused no damage to the aircraft or injuries to the 450 passengers on board.

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