Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Oman Seeks to Raise $6 Billion for Aviation Industry Expansion

(Bloomberg) -- Oman Aviation Group is seeking about $6 billion to fund the building of new airports and an expansion of the national airline. The state-owned...
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Sensors Linked to 737 Crashes Vulnerable to Failure, Data Show

The crashes of two Boeing Co. 737 Max jets in five months have focused attention on a little-known device that malfunctioned, starting a chain...
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Etihad Airways Is Said to Seek $600 Million Loan for Planes

(Bloomberg) -- Etihad Airways is seeking a loan of about $600 million to help make initial payments for planes, according to people familiar with the...
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These Are the World’s Best Airports

(Bloomberg) -- For travelers looking for a pleasant airport experience, Asia remains the best bet. Singapore’s Changi is the planet’s best airport for the seventh...
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Kuwait Airways Said to Seek $350 Million Loan to Pay for...

Kuwait Airways Corp. is seeking a $350 million loan that will help the Gulf carrier pay for planes, people with knowledge of the deal...
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Emirates Signs $21.4 Billion Airbus Deal, Cuts A380 Order

Emirates Signs $21.4 Billion Airbus Deal: Emirates signed an agreement with Airbus worth $21.4 billion at list prices, including dozens of A330-900 and A350-900...
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Emirates’ Fatal Embrace of A380 Cuts Two Ways: David Fickling

Emirates may be about to deal a fatal blow to the world’s largest aircraft. Dubai’s national airline is considering switching 20 orders for Airbus SE...
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Emirates to Fill Pilot Gap With Exodus From Etihad, Norwegian

Emirates, the world’s biggest long-haul airline, may feed its appetite for new pilots with recruits from neighbor Etihad Airways and cash-strapped discounter Norwegian Air...
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Emirates Is Said to Weigh New Boeing 777X Order in Fleet...

Emirates is weighing a fresh order for Boeing Co.’s behemoth 777X twin-aisle plane as part of a complex series of transactions that would remake...
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UAE Airline Starts Legal Case Against Abraaj Founder Naqvi

Air Arabia filed a lawsuit against Abraaj founder Arif Naqvi, becoming the first publicly-traded company to initiate legal proceedings against the Pakistani entrepreneur. The low-cost...
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