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Even as Airbus caught up with Boeing for orders for the first half of this year, combined orders for the world's two dominant planemakers fell 17 percent from the same period last year.
Lufthansa downbeat on profits as terror attacks deter travellers
Lufthansa is gloomy about the key summer season after attacks in Europe deterred travellers from booking trips and said it will focus on reducing costs.
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Air France-KLM warns on falling travel demand from terrorism and Brexit
Air France-KLM is downbeat about profits this year amid terrorist attacks in Europe and Brexit uncertainty.
Ryanair shrugs off profit risks from Brexit
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Vueling faces Spanish government enquiry after stranding thousands in Barcelona
British Airway’s low-cost sister outfit Vueling may face stiff financial penalties after its executives were called in to meet with representatives of the Spanish government following thousands of pas
Easyjet 'seeking air operator certificate outside Britain after Brexit'
British airline easyJet has reportedly started the process to get an air operator certificate in a different European Union country after the Brexit vote.
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.
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LATAM is latest airline to suspend operations in Venezuela
Latin America’s largest airline LATAM has become the latest carrier to suspend its operations in Venezuela.
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Security concerns hit tourism industry, Thomas Cook shares slump
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Lufthansa boss warns on Brexit
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EasyJet confident despite terrorist attacks related losses
EasyJet has said strong demand for Mediterranean beach holidays is making up for fewer people flying following recent terrorist attacks in Europe.