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May 09, 2006

Anticipated Aeroflot Widebody Order Becomes Political Hot Button

Which Airliner Will Russian Carrier Choose -- And Why?

There appears to be a new Cold War forming between the US and Russia... in the political arena, as well as in the commercial aircraft market. And the ultimate winner could be Europe's Airbus.

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First Customer A380 Enters Flight Testing Program

To Be Delivered To Singapore Airlines At End Of '06

Aero-News has learned the first Airbus A380 destined to enter commercial service made its maiden test flight Sunday, May 7. The airliner is scheduled to be delivered to launch customer Singapore Airlines by the end of the year.

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Northrop Grumman Receives Contract To Upgrade ATC Radars

Northrop Grumman Corporation announced Monday it has been selected by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to modify transmitters on 135 ASR-9 air traffic control radars.

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TSA Puts Call Out For Workers At DEN

Be On The "Frontlines" Of The War Against Terrorism

The Transportation Security Administration announced Monday it is looking for candidates in the Denver, CO area to work as part-time Transportation Security Officers (TSOs) at Denver International Airport.

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The A350 -- A Tale Of Two Airplanes

Is Redesign The Best Move... Or The Only One?

It was a revolution of sorts -- two of the biggest aircraft customers in the world, demanding Airbus make major changes to its upcoming A350, or reconcile itself to a microscopic share of the midsized passenger jet market.

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