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May 22, 2006

FAA: NATCA Retirement Predictions 'Don’t Add Up'

The War Of The Words Continues...

The FAA has updated their position in a national media battle over public perception of the issues involved in the FAA v NATCA dispute. Read On...

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As Talk Of Redesign Grows, Qatar May Reconsider A350 Orders

Airbus To Announce Changes In Two Months

The fallout over a rumored halt in the A350 program as Airbus contemplates a total redesign of the slow-selling airliner -- billed as the company's answer to the Boeing 787 Dreamliner -- continues, as one of its biggest customers, Qatar Airways, is reportedly rethinking its order.

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Planes Diverted From Dallas Airport During Neighbor's Noise News Conference

See? Love Field Is REAL Quiet... Honest!

Relative quiet in the skies over a neighborhood where residents are holding a news conference to complain about airplane noise would seem to defeat the purpose of the news conference, right?

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First go! Aircraft Gets Ready To, Uh... go!

Pilots, Get Your Resumes Out -- The Hawaiian Airline Market Is Heating Up

The very first go! aircraft arrived in Honolulu Friday from Phoenix, marking a milestone in the progression of Mesa Air Group's new interisland service. Chief Operating Officer Greg Stephens and other go! employees met the plane, which landed in the early afternoon at Honolulu International Airport.

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Boeing 787 Team Reaches Milestone

25% Of 'Releases' Now Complete

Boeing tells ANN that it has reached a major milestone in the design of the all-new 787 Dreamliner. The team has completed 25 percent of the releases required for the program. This means that one quarter of the pieces of information to build parts and tools for assembly have been completed and released to manufacturing organizations for fabrication or procurement.

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A318 Tries Out Into London City Airport's Tight Dimensions

The A318 successfully demonstrated its suitability to operate from London City Airport, which is situated in the heart of central London. With its short runway and strict noise restrictions, the use of London City Airport - until now - has been limited to only small regional jets and turboprop-powered aircraft.

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