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August 31, 2010

Go Airline Ask For Early Delivery Of 10 Airbus Airliners

EgypAir Receives Its First A330 Monday

Air travel in south Asia and the middle east seems to be driving a lot of the business for airplane makers these days, and two announcements Monday serve to make that point.

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'AIRE2' Trials To Evaluate Green Procedures Using A380s

Estimates Are The Super Jumbo Can Reduce CO2 Emissions By Three Tons Using Optimized Procedures

An Airbus-led consortium in partnership with Air France and the air navigation service providers from UK, Canada and the US (NATS, Nav Canada and the FAA) will shortly commence 'Transatlantic Green Flight' (TGF) trials with an Air France A380 on revenue flights from New York (JFK) to Paris (CDG).

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Ten Jet Airways Employees Suspended Following Incident In India

Airline Cited "Serious" Lapses In Procedure

The crew of a Jet Airways flight has been suspended by the airline after an incident which occurred Friday in Mumbai. The airline said it had uncovered "serious procedural lapses" on the part of the crew.

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AirTran Fined For Violating Rules Protecting Passengers With Disabilities

U.S. DOT Assesses $500,000 Civil Penalty

The U.S. DOT assessed a civil penalty against AirTran Airways Monday for violating rules protecting air travelers with disabilities.  The carrier was assessed a civil penalty of $500,000, of which up to $200,000 may be used to improve its service to disabled passengers beyond what is required by law.

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