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July 20, 2005

Victims' Families Sue Over Corporate Air Mishap

Three Families Go To Court In Texas

A trio of families has gone to court in Dallas, TX, suing American Airlines, its parent company, AMR Corp., and affiliate Corporate Airlines in the aftermath of an October 2004 mishap in which 13 people died.

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WTO Opens Probe Into Boeing-Airbus Subsidy Dispute

This One Could Take Years

Not at all happy at the prospect, World Trade Organization officials Wednesday began the daunting task of sifting through a dispute between the US and EU over subsidies to aircraft manufacturers Boeing and Airbus.

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Boeing, Air Europa Sign Contract for 18 Next-Gen 737s

Follow-Up To Paris Air Show Pact

Boeing and Spanish airline Air Europa have finalized an agreement for the acquisition of 18 Boeing Next-Generation 737-800s. Air Europa first announced its intention to order the airplanes, plus purchase rights for an additional 16, last month at the Paris Air Show.

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NWA Mechanics Vote To Strike

More than 92-Percent Would Rather Fight Than Settle

Northwest Airlines mechanics Tuesday authorized their union leaders to declare a strike rather than accept the airline's request for additional concessions.

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Meet You On The Taxiway

Denver Bound Flights Tangle

Passengers attempting to head to the mountains from Indianapolis Monday suffered an unexpected delay, after two Denver bound flights suffered minor damage in a taxiway tangle. There were no injuries.

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