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Unions ground Alitalia flights from Rome's Fiumicino airport

More than 150 flights to and from Rome’s international Fiumicino airport were cancelled on Thursday (September 22) because of strike action.

More than 150 flights to and from Rome’s international Fiumicino airport were cancelled on Thursday (September 22) because of strike action.

Business

Here come the drones

Learn more about the enormous market potential of civilian jobs.

Learn more about the enormous market potential of civilian jobs.

Business

Boeing and Airbus upbeat as Farnborough Airshow opens

Day one of the Farnborough Airshow brought a boost for Boeing as British Prime Minister David Cameron announced the purchase of nine of its Poseidon marine patrol planes as well as 50 Apache attack he

Day one of the Farnborough Airshow brought a boost for Boeing as British Prime Minister David Cameron announced the purchase of nine of its Poseidon marine patrol planes as well as 50 Apache attack he

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Iran to buy Boeing airliners

Iran has agreed a deal to buy 100 planes from US planemaker Boeing, according to the head of Iran’s Civil Aviation Organisation.

Iran has agreed a deal to buy 100 planes from US planemaker Boeing, according to the head of Iran’s Civil Aviation Organisation.

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Solar Impulse aircraft lands in Phoenix, Arizona

Solar Impulse has arrived in Phoenix, Arizona after successfully completing the tenth leg of its record-breaking bid to circle the globe. The

Solar Impulse has arrived in Phoenix, Arizona after successfully completing the tenth leg of its record-breaking bid to circle the globe. The

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Morocco's aviation industry takes off

Morocco’s aeronautics and aviation industry is taking off, with more than 100 European and American companies attracted to the country – according to government…

Morocco’s aeronautics and aviation industry is taking off, with more than 100 European and American companies attracted to the country – according to government…

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Boeing to cut 4,500 jobs to reduce costs

US planemaker Boeing is to cut about 4,500 jobs by voluntary redundancies and leaving positions unfilled as it seeks further cut reductions in the face of fierce sales competition from Airbus.

US planemaker Boeing is to cut about 4,500 jobs by voluntary redundancies and leaving positions unfilled as it seeks further cut reductions in the face of fierce sales competition from Airbus.

Business

Airbus reverses A330 production tailoff, now has order backlog of 6,800 planes

Airbus, which has just announced record orders for 2015, is to boost production of its A330 planes partially reversing a previous decision to build fewer of the wide-body jets.

Airbus, which has just announced record orders for 2015, is to boost production of its A330 planes partially reversing a previous decision to build fewer of the wide-body jets.

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Boeing's new 737 MAX jet takes off on first flight

The fourth version of Boeing’s 737 jet has taken to the skies for the first time, in the US. The MAX aircraft features new engines from

The fourth version of Boeing’s 737 jet has taken to the skies for the first time, in the US. The MAX aircraft features new engines from

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Game of Drones at CES in Las Vegas

They may not yet be as common as phones or cars, but remote-controlled drones are definitely a force to be reckoned with. At the Consumer

They may not yet be as common as phones or cars, but remote-controlled drones are definitely a force to be reckoned with. At the Consumer

Business

Airbus beats Boeing in 2015 order race

European plane maker Airbus edged ahead of tis rival in the skies Boeing for new business last year. Figures from the Toulouse based company showed

European plane maker Airbus edged ahead of tis rival in the skies Boeing for new business last year. Figures from the Toulouse based company showed

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US stealth destroyer Zumwalt underway for sea trial

The newest, largest and most technically advanced US destroyer is at sea for trails, commanded by Captain James Kirk. The US Navy has not taken the

The newest, largest and most technically advanced US destroyer is at sea for trails, commanded by Captain James Kirk. The US Navy has not taken the

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UN agrees new global flight tracking procedures

A global deal has been reached to track flights to avoid a repeat of planes disappearing without a trace. The decision was taken at a UN conference

A global deal has been reached to track flights to avoid a repeat of planes disappearing without a trace. The decision was taken at a UN conference

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Dubai Airshow Live

Keep abreast of all the events as they take place live and direct from the United Arab Emirates

Keep abreast of all the events as they take place live and direct from the United Arab Emirates

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A"single sky" for the Gulf States?

The Middle East – especially the Gulf – is a strategic location with significant transit volumes of air traffic. The region is both a destination and

The Middle East – especially the Gulf – is a strategic location with significant transit volumes of air traffic. The region is both a destination and

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Emirates Milestones 1985-2015

1985 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum gives $10 million to the Emirates team start an airline in five months. Pakistan International

1985 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum gives $10 million to the Emirates team start an airline in five months. Pakistan International