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May 23, 2013

Rolls-Royce Wins Order From CIT To Power 23 A350 XWB Airplanes

Ten Of The Airplanes Ordered In January Of This Year

Rolls-Royce has won an order from US leasing company CIT Aerospace for Trent XWB engines to power ten Airbus A350 XWB aircraft and Trent 700 engines to power 13 Airbus A330 aircraft. The Trent XWB engines will power ten CIT A350 aircraft that were announced in January 2013 which were in addition to five A350 XWB aircraft already on order.

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American Airlines Will Lease 130 Airbus Aircraft

Approval Of Lease Financing Arrangement Requested From Bankruptcy Court

The 130 Airbus A320 family airplanes that American Airlines has on order will be leased to the carrier, if a federal bankruptcy judge approves.

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Boeing Begins Certification Testing On 747-8 Performance Improvements

Company Says Performance Package Improves Fuel Burn By Another 1.8 Percent

A Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental successfully completed its first test flight this week with a package of performance improvements including enhanced GE engines. This package is designed to improve the fuel efficiency of the jetliner. With Boeing Flight Test and Evaluation Capt. Kirk Vining and Chief Pilot Capt. Mark Feuerstein at the controls, the airplane took off from Paine Field in Everett, Wash. at 1330 PDT time and landed at Boeing Field in Seattle approximately four hours later.

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Embraer, SkyWest Sign Contract For 40 Firm E-Jets

Contract Also Includes Additional 60 Reconfirmable Aircraft And 100 Options

Embraer and SkyWest Inc. have announced a firm order for 40 Embraer 175 aircraft. SkyWest will operate the aircraft under a Capacity Purchase Agreement (CPA) with United Airlines. Another 60 firm orders are reconfirmable aircraft, which are subject to SkyWest being awarded CPA agreement contracts with major U.S. airline partners. In addition to that, the agreement includes options for another 100 E175s, taking the total order potential up to 200 airplanes.

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Few Alaska Airlines Flights Affected By Volcanic Activity

Two Volcanoes In The State Have Been Active For Several Days

Few Alaska Airlines flights have been affected by volcanic activity from Mount Cleveland, located west of Dutch Harbor, and Mount Pavlof, located near Cold Bay, Alaska. No Alaska Airlines operated flights have been canceled at this time.

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