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  • Carriers such as Saudi Arabian Airlines and Dubai's Emirates are having to keep a close eye on fleet expansion plans because their hub airports of Jeddah and Dubai are struggling to handle an influx of newly ordered jets. Dubai, Doha, Abu Dhabi and Jeddah all have fast-growing airlines that feed increasing traffic into airspace already suffering congestion...

  • DUBAI, Nov 10- A top executive at Brazil's Embraer expressed concern on Tuesday about Quebec's decision to pump $1 billion into the struggling airplane project of a Canadian rival, saying planemakers should compete on a level playing field. However, he said Embraer had not so far raised Quebec's decision to purchase a near-50-percent stake in Bombardier's...

  • SHARM AL-SHEIKH, Egypt, Nov 10- The fallout from the crash of a Russian passenger plane in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula could slash tourism income from Sharm al-Sheikh by half, the head of the region's travel agents' association said on Tuesday. "Losing 40 percent of our clients will lead to losing around 50 percent of the tourism income in Sharm al-Sheikh and South...

  • OTTAWA, Nov 10- Any federal aid to struggling Quebec aircraft maker Bombardier Inc must be based on a strong business case and not on "emotion, politics or symbols," Liberal Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday. The mainly francophone province of Quebec plays a large role in Canadian politics, and said on Oct. 29 it would invest $1 billion in...

  • AIRSHOW-Airbus eyes decision soon on bigger A350 jet Monday, 9 Nov 2015 | 11:59 AM ET

    *Airbus exec sees A350 decision within months. *Airbus pondering larger A350 to leapfrog Boeing 777 X. DUBAI, Nov 9- Airbus gave its strongest signal yet on Monday that it plans to build a new A350 jet to compete with Boeing's 777 X, setting the scene for the next round of a mini-jumbo contest between the world's largest planemakers.

  • DUBAI, Nov 7- Boeing on Saturday gave its strongest indication yet about a near-term sale of F/A-18E/F Super Hornets to Kuwait, although the world's second-largest weapons maker said lower oil prices were delaying some arms purchases by Gulf states. "There are things that we're waiting on... those things are going to be cleared and we think they're going to be...

  • Security in the Gulf and wider Middle East is at its most uncertain in years, with the region's conflicts sending hundreds of thousands of homeless into Europe and Islamic State expanding its anti-Shi'ite sectarian campaign of bombings from Iraq and Syria into the Gulf Arab states, Yemen, Libya and Egypt. The fighting in Syria and Yemen may bolster demand for...

  • Russia's Putin suspends all flights to Egypt Friday, 6 Nov 2015 | 9:38 AM ET

    Putin ordered the suspension of all Russian passenger flights to Egypt on Friday until the cause of a deadly plane crash at the weekend was known.

  • Security in the Gulf and wider Middle East is at its most uncertain in years, with the region's conflicts sending hundreds of thousands of homeless into Europe and Islamic State expanding its anti-Shi'ite sectarian campaign of bombings from Iraq and Syria into the Gulf Arab states, Yemen, Libya and Egypt. The fighting in Syria and Yemen may bolster demand for...

  • France says Airbus won orders from two Korean airlines Wednesday, 4 Nov 2015 | 12:11 PM ET

    PARIS, Nov 4- France on Wednesday said Airbus had won orders from two Korean airlines, which at listed prices are worth some $6.8 billion. Korean Airlines ordered 30 A321 Neo jets from Airbus while Asiana Airlines ordered 25.. A spokesman for Airbus said both deals firmed up previously announced provisional orders.

  • "The plan is not to change the aircraft, we really like what we have," Randy Tinseth, vice president of marketing at Boeing Commercial Airplanes, told reporters in Dubai when asked about possible developments of the aircraft for Emirates. Emirates, the largest Boeing 777 operator, said last month it would defer to next year a decision on whether to place an order for...

  • ALEXANDER CITY, Ala. Nov 4- As gleaming new factories turn out Airbus aircraft and Hyundai cars in Alabama's urban centers, this small town that once was home to Russell Athletics shows the dilemma now faced by U.S. policymakers. But Russell's abandoned headquarters in Alexander City stands as a reminder of forces the Fed's massive easy money campaign is...

  • Toronto, Nov 3- Bombardier Inc is confident its all new Global 7000 business jet will meet the target for entering service in the second half of 2018, the head of its business aircraft unit, David Coleal, said on Tuesday. The company, which provided an update on the business jet program at its facilities in Toronto, said despite obstacles it has faced, demand for the...

  • WARSAW, Nov 3- Poland's potential new foreign minister on Tuesday questioned the country's initial deal to buy French Airbus Group's army helicopters, saying the contract would only leave "leftovers" for Polish producers. The outgoing government, beaten by the eurosceptic Law and Justice party in national elections last month, signed a provisional deal with...

  • WARSAW, Nov 3- Poland's election-winning party's foreign policy pointman on Tuesday questioned the country's initial deal to buy French Airbus Group's army helicopters, saying the contract would only leave "leftovers" for Polish producers. Poland's outgoing government signed a provisional deal with Airbus in April for 50 EC-725 Caracal multi-purpose...

  • China's first self-developed large passenger jetliner C919 is presented after it rolled off the production line at Shanghai Aircraft Manufacturing Co., Ltd on November 2, 2015 in Shanghai, China

    The launch is one of many steps taken by China to transform itself from the world's low-cost factory to a creator of profitable aviation technology.

  • TORONTO, Nov 2- Quebec is sure that its $1 billion lifeline for Bombardier Inc will not result in any trade disputes triggered by concerns from the train and plane maker's rivals, the Canadian province's finance minister said on Monday. Last week, the Quebec government outlined plans to invest $1 billion in Bombardier's CSeries jets in return for a nearly 50...

  • Strange airplane ideas that are yet to take off Monday, 2 Nov 2015 | 1:17 AM ET

    Standing-only passenger tickets, pay-to-use toilets and planes shaped like flying saucers are some ideas yet to make it to an airport near you.

  • SEATTLE, Oct 30- Boeing Co is likely to broadly match European rival Airbus SA in notching up production of single-aisle aircraft to 60 a month, but the timing of Boeing's move remains uncertain, according to a person familiar with the situation. Airbus said on Friday it would lift monthly output of its top-selling A320 to 60 in mid-2019, a 20 percent jump over its...

  • European stocks post best month in more than 6 years Friday, 30 Oct 2015 | 1:37 PM ET

    *Renault and Airbus rise after solid results. LONDON, Oct 30- European stocks recorded their best month in more than six years on Friday, buoyed by gains at carmaker Renault and planemaker Airbus while investors also banked on more monetary stimulus for the region. Renault climbed 5.3 percent after third-quarter revenue increased 9.4 percent, while Airbus rose...