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Qantas Chief: Airbus to Compensate Airline
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MELBOURNE, Australia Qantas Airways Chief Executive Geoff Dixon said Thursday he was certain the Australian national carrier would get compensation from Airbus for its failure to deliver the A380 superjumbo on schedule.

Posted by: Yetivi8tor
on Friday, June 23, 2006


AIRCRAFT: Airbus may lose order
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Airbus SAS, the world's biggest maker of commercial aircraft, may lose a $3 billion order for the A380 superjumbo jet as delays anger airlines and investors press for a management shakeup.

International Lease Finance Corp., the No. 1 aircraft-leasing company, said late Monday that it may cancel its order for 10 of the 555-seat planes after Airbus, based in Toulouse, France, delayed delivery for a second time, this time for 12 to 14 months, because of difficulties installing wiring.

Posted by: Yetivi8tor
on Friday, June 23, 2006


UPS says still committed to Airbus A380 aircraft
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Jun 20, 2006

LONDON (MarketWatch) -- U.S. freight giant United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS) Tuesday said is has no plans to cancel or scale-back its order for A380 freighter planes from European manufacturer Airbus (ABI.YY).

Posted by: Yetivi8tor
on Friday, June 23, 2006


Airbus v Boeing: The Next Battle.
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The Airbus A380, which is expected to cross the Bay of Biscay during its maiden flight on Wednesday, is unlikely to be watched with much pleasure on the other side of the Atlantic. The Americans, or at least those in charge, are severely peeved at how a leg-up by European governments ensured the world's largest passenger plane was built in the first place.

Click here for Full Story.

Posted by: Yetivi8tor
on Tuesday, June 20, 2006


Air Force blames crew for C-5 crash
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A series of pilot and crew mistakes including an engine mix-up led to the crash of a newly modernized C-5 cargo jet just short of a runway near Dover on April 3, Air Force investigators said Tuesday.
Posted by: SPA118
on Friday, June 16, 2006


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