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June 22, 2011

Boeing Takes Orders Across Its Airplane Line

Agreements Signed For 737s, 777s, 747-8 Freighters

Boeing is showing order book activity at Le Bourget with a range of its products, but no Dreamliner orders have been announced to date.

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Boeing Exec Says SC Plant Could Eventually Build Seven Jets Per Month

Plans Are For The Capability To Build The 787-8 And -9 In Charleston

The senior Boeing executive in charge of the planemaker's supply chain says the company's new assembly facility in Charleston, SC, could someday operate on a par with the company's Seattle operation.

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Boeing Delivers Airplanes To Egyptair, GECAS

B737s Are 275th For The Leasing Company, 17th To Egyptian Carrier

Boeing said Friday it has delivered GE Capital Aviation Services' (GECAS) 275th Next-Generation 737. GECAS leasing customer, China United Airlines, will operate the milestone airplane, a Next-Generation 737-800.

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Pratt & Whitney Canada Announces 'Immediate' Start To CSeries Engine Test

Two 747s Modified To Serve As Test Platforms

Testing is set to begin "immediately" on the Pratt & Whitney Canada engine designed for Bombardier's CSeries aircraft. Company president John Sabbas said in an interview at the Paris Air Show that the testing would begin "certainly in the next month, but hopefully faster."

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Quadriplegic Man Asked To Leave Frontier Airlines Flight

Pilot Said It Was "Not Safe" For Him To Fly

A quadriplegic man who had boarded a Frontier Airlines flight with his family in Dallas was removed from the airliner because the pilot said it was not safe for him to fly.

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A320neos 'Flying Off The Shelves' At Paris Air Show

Airbus Collects Orders For 146 Of The Single-Aisle Jetliners

The first two days of the Paris Air Show have been good for sales of the A320neo, with Airbus officials releasing news of orders for 146 of the re-engined airplanes.

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Dreamliner Joins Boeing Line At Le Bourget

Airliner To Be On Display Through Thursday

Boeing's first 787 Dreamliner, ZA001, has joined the line up of the company's airplanes on display at the Paris Air Show. The all-new jetliner will be on display for the next two days.

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Court Rebuffs Flight 447 Families

Judge In Northern California Says Claims Should Be Filed In French Courts

A judge in northern California has ruled that claims brought by the families of those lost on Air France flight 447 in 2009 can not be filed in U.S. courts, and reportedly places stringent limits on the damages they may expect to recover.

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Russian Airliner Down In Petrozavodsk, 44 Fatally Injured

Pilot Was Reportedly Trying To Land In Heavy Fog

A RusAir Tu-134 airliner has reportedly gone down on approach to Petrozavodsk airport in northwest Russia near midnight local time Monday, fatally injuring 44 people on board. Eight people are said to have survived the accident, but were seriously injured.

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