Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Hamad International Airport Launches Second Major Phase of Smart Airport Program

Hamad International Airport (HIA) has launched the second phase of its innovative Smart Airport program, which sets to initiate an exciting major digital transformation...
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Emirates Rethinks Its Network for a World Without the A380

(Bloomberg) -- Emirates, the world’s biggest long-haul airline, is reviewing its route network as it grapples with slowing economic growth and the demise of the...
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Dubai Slams Boeing Over Its Handling of 737 Max Grounding

(Bloomberg) -- Boeing Co. was lambasted by the most powerful figure in Dubai aviation for failing to keep airlines updated on the grounding of...
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Gulf Air in Talks With Etihad Airways to Deepen Partnership

(Bloomberg) -- Gulf Air is in talks with Abu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways to deepen an existing codeshare agreement, the Bahrain carrier’s chief commercial officer said,...
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Boeing Grilled, Asked `How Did This Happen?’

(Bloomberg) -- “How did this happen?”That simple question, posed by analyst Ron Epstein during Boeing Co.’s earnings call Wednesday, lies at the heart of a...
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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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