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COVID-19 sparks fears of massive aviation slump and tourism losses
The knock-on effects of COVID-19 include potentially catastrophic drop-offs in tourist number across Europe.
Dubai Air Show: Sky's no longer the limit as UAE reaches for the stars
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Ryanair to cut flights after Boeing 737 Max delays
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Watch: Airbus and Boeing present their autonomous air taxis
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Watch: Cars fly at the China International Import Expo
New technologies were on display at the China International Import Expo, as the country tries to develop trade ties in the wake of a tariff war with the US.
"Futuris" reaches for the sky with the wings of the future
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Morocco flying high as aircraft manufacturers land in the hub
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BAE Systems to shed 2000 British jobs
In a severe blow to the UK manufacturing sector and skills pool BAE Systems is laying off 2000 workers.
Bombardier promises to fight "absurd" 220% tax hike on US plane sales
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