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October 13, 2006
EADS Says Change Must Start From Top
Newly appointed Airbus CEO Louis Gallois, also EADS co-CEO, is
set to restructure the planemaker -- its management that is.
Transport Workers Union Loses By Nearly 300 Votes
For the second time in as many years, Continental Airlines'
baggage and cargo workers have eschewed unionization.
Grinstein: Airline Not Interested In Merger
Delta Air Lines CEO Gerald Grinstein plans to retire shortly
after the airline leaves Chapter 11 bankruptcy next year, according
to media reports.
Says ExcelAire Pilots Should Be 'Innocent Until Proven
US pilots spoke out Wednesday about Brazil's handling of that
nation's deadliest aviation accident.
Pilots Protest Pokey Contract Negotations
Calling it "informational picketing," Air Line Pilots
Association president Duane Woerth, along with pilots of Atlantic
Southeast Airlines (ASA) and other members of the union will picket
Friday in front of the St. George, Utah headquarters of Skywest
Statement Says Wage Cuts Will Not Be Tolerated
Jim Hoffa lashed out at Comair on Tuesday. Hoffa, president of
the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, says Comair's
unilateral plans to cut wages and change work rules won't be
Aircraft Sabotaged On Eve Of Talks
Alitalia, like many US airlines, is struggling to stay afloat.
But Alitalia's problems run far deeper than that.
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