*White House says search area may expand based on new information. KUALA LUMPUR/ WASHINGTON, March 14- A new search area for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 may be opened in the Indian Ocean, the White House said, significantly broadening the potential location of the plane, which disappeared nearly a week ago with 239 people on board.» Read More
*JAL's first ever order from Airbus is blow to Boeing dominance in Japan. "Airbus has been trying to break the wide-body monopoly of Boeing for decades and likewise Boeing has been wanting to keep Airbus out of JAL and ANA."
*Airbus, JAL chiefs to hold news conference at 0600 GMT in Tokyo. JAL and Airbus will hold a joint news conference at 0600 GMT in Tokyo. The sources gave no details on the number of planes to be sold, but industry analysts previously told Reuters they expected JAL to order around 25 aircraft in a contest that pitted the A350 against Boeing's yet-to-be-launched 777 X.
*Airbus, JAL chiefs to hold news conference at 0600 GMT in Tokyo. *Boeing has dominated Japan jet market by building supplier network.
BARCELONA, Spain, Oct 7- Airbus appeared close on Monday to breaking into one of rival Boeing's strategic markets with a multi-billion-dollar deal to sell jets to Japan, two sources familiar with the matter said.
The ballot measure that taps into unease over American income inequality goes before voters in the city of SeaTac on Nov. 5. The wage campaign, funded by labor and community groups, comes during a push for more liveable wages for lower-skilled workers that extends far beyond SeaTac, an ethnic hodgepodge of roughly 28,000 people that was incorporated in 1990..
France won a concession to leave European movies and entertainment out of the pact, to shield them from Hollywood and Silicon Valley, raising concerns Washington may pursue opt-outs for its shipping industry on security grounds.
MONTREAL, Oct 4- The United Nations body in charge of civil aviation has reached a consensus on a market-based system to curb carbon emissions from airlines by 2020, but rejected a proposal to let Europe apply its own plan to foreign carriers in the meantime.
PARIS, Oct 4- Airbus orders rose to more than 1,000 aircraft in the first nine months of the year, beating its target for 2013, after the planemaker booked a raft of orders which had been pending from European airlines.
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MONTREAL/ BRUSSELS, Oct 3- The United Nations' civil aviation body has reached outline agreement on a global scheme to curb airline carbon emissions, casting a shadow over a rival EU plan to lower pollution from planes.
MADRID, Oct 3- Cutbacks at Iberia could force Madrid's Barajas airport to allow other airlines to use the terminal previously reserved for the exclusive use of the Spanish flag carrier and its Oneworld alliance partners, Spain's industry minister said on Thursday.
OSLO, Oct 3- Norwegian Air CEO Bjoern Kjos was on his way to Thailand last month to celebrate the opening of his budget airline base but instead got a lesson in why many low-cost carriers have failed in the long-haul market.
BRUSSELS/ MONTREAL, Oct 2- European countries expressed support for an "imperfect" compromise to curb global aviation emissions on Wednesday but still face pressure to drop a key demand- to be able to apply the EU's carbon trading scheme to foreign air carriers.
Oct 2- Southwest Airlines said on Wednesday it fired the pilot of a plane that crashed at New York's LaGuardia Airport in July after it touched down on its front landing gear.
*Ryanair fined over labour code violations at Marseille hub. AIX-EN-PROVENCE, France, Oct 2- A French court imposed 10 million euros of fines and damages on Ryanair on Wednesday for labour law breaches and the airline said it would appeal to European courts.
COPENHAGEN, Oct 2- Maersk Line, the world's biggest container shipping company, sees no quick fix for overcapacity in the industry that it says will continue for at least five years. The company, part of Danish oil and shipping group A.P. Moller-Maersk Group, is a bellwether of global trade as its ships make up 15 percent of world container shipping capacity.
*Ryanair fined over labour code violations at Marseille hub. AIX-EN-PROVENCE, France, Oct 2- A French court ordered low-cost carrier Ryanair to pay over 8 million euros in fines and damages on Wednesday over labour code breaches linked to treatment of local workers hired on foreign contracts.
TOKYO, Oct 2- Japan's ANA Holdings won the battle of Haneda on Wednesday, beating rival Japan Airlines to scoop up most of the new international landing slots at the world's fourth busiest airport in Tokyo and a victory for its Star Alliance group. A further four slots which are for destinations to the United States, have yet to be decided.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 2- Software giant SAP AG said it is allocating more than $650 million to a new venture fund, SAP Ventures Fund II, showing the growing role that corporations are taking on in funding the world's youngest companies.
*Treasury minister seeks compensation from Boeing. WARSAW, Oct 2- Poland is determined to get compensation from Boeing for the glitches haunting its 787 Dreamliner jets which are used by the country's state-controlled carrier LOT, its treasury minister said on Wednesday.
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