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Archive Transportation: Leisure

  • June 23- Boeing won a race for new. >Boeing wins Paris order race with new model. >Threats, NATO demands underpin global arms demand.

  • June 23- Boeing won a race for new. >Boeing wins Paris order race with new model. >Threats, NATO demands underpin global arms demand.

  • June 23- Boeing won a race for new. >Boeing wins Paris order race with new model. >Threats, NATO demands underpin global arms demand.

  • The White House brought together venture capitalists and executives from the telecommunications and drone, or unmanned aerial system, industries to discuss how the government can speed technologies to market. In attendance were chief executives of several drone companies including Kespry Inc, AirMap, Airspace Inc, Measure UAS Inc, Trumbull Unmanned, and...

  • Senegal Air was formed in April 2016 with 40 billion CFA francs in state capital to replace the now defunct, heavily indebted carrier Senegal Airlines. Senegal Air will initially fly to Senegalese and West African regional destinations before opening a Paris- Dakar route during the course of 2018.. Senegal revoked the air operator's certificate of Senegal...

  • TOKYO, June 22- The Nissan Motor Co Ltd and Renault SA alliance plan to launch driverless ride-hailing and ride-sharing services in coming years, as the automakers look beyond making and selling cars to survive an industry being quickly transformed by new services. Automakers are leveraging expertise in automated driving functions for mass-market cars to...

  • TOKYO, June 22- Nissan Motor Co Ltd on Thursday said it plans to launch driverless ride-hailing and ride-sharing services in coming years, as the automaker looks beyond making and selling cars to survive an industry being quickly transformed by new services. Automakers are leveraging expertise in automated driving functions for mass-market cars to develop...

  • WASHINGTON, June 21- The chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives' Transportation Committee on Wednesday proposed legislation to privatize the U.S. air traffic control system and make other aviation changes, but it faces an uncertain future in Congress. The bill would also require the U.S. Transportation Department to clarify regulations for...

  • Travis Kalanick.

    The departure of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick was a referendum on the infamous culture of Silicon Valley's tech startups.

  • Bill Shuster, the chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, said Wednesday the committee will consider his legislation next week. A similar effort to move air traffic control operations out of the Federal Aviation Administration faltered in the last Congress. The proposal faces opposition from Democrats and some Republicans in...

  • WASHINGTON, June 21- The chairman of the U.S. House Transportation Committee on Wednesday proposed legislation to privatize the U.S. air traffic control system and make other aviation reforms, but it faces an uncertain future in Congress. The panel plans to consider the bill on Tuesday and the full House will vote in mid-July, said Representative Bill Shuster, a...

  • June 21- Plane giants are squeezing the last drop out of a once raging torrent of airplane orders without the razzmatazz of recent years, as the aerospace industry gathers at a belt-tightening Paris Airshow looking for new sources of revenue. >Airbus scoffs at Boeing wins, plays down big deal. >Malaysia Airlines in early talks for 35-40 jets.

  • June 21- Plane giants are squeezing the last drop out of a once raging torrent of airplane orders without the razzmatazz of recent years, as the aerospace industry gathers at a belt-tightening Paris Airshow looking for new sources of revenue. >Airbus scoffs at Boeing wins, plays down big deal. >Malaysia Airlines in early talks for 35-40 jets.

  • June 21- Plane giants are squeezing the last drop out of a once raging torrent of airplane orders without the razzmatazz of recent years, as the aerospace industry gathers at a belt-tightening Paris Airshow looking for new sources of revenue. >Airbus scoffs at Boeing wins, plays down big deal. >Malaysia Airlines in early talks for 35-40 jets.

  • June 21- Plane giants are squeezing the last drop out of a once raging torrent of airplane orders without the razzmatazz of recent years, as the aerospace industry gathers at a belt-tightening Paris Airshow looking for new sources of revenue. >Airbus scoffs at Boeing wins, plays down big deal. >Malaysia Airlines in early talks for 35-40 jets.

  • June 21- Plane giants are squeezing the last drop out of a once raging torrent of airplane orders without the razzmatazz of recent years, as the aerospace industry gathers at a belt-tightening Paris Airshow looking for new sources of revenue. >Airbus scoffs at Boeing wins, plays down big deal. >Malaysia Airlines in early talks for 35-40 jets.

  • June 21- Plane giants are squeezing the last drop out of a once raging torrent of airplane orders without the razzmatazz of recent years, as the aerospace industry gathers at a belt-tightening Paris Airshow looking for new sources of revenue. >Airbus scoffs at Boeing wins, plays down big deal. >Malaysia Airlines in early talks for 35-40 jets.

  • June 21- Plane giants are squeezing the last drop out of a once raging torrent of airplane orders without the razzmatazz of recent years, as the aerospace industry gathers at a belt-tightening Paris Airshow looking for new sources of revenue. >Airbus scoffs at Boeing wins, plays down big deal. >Malaysia Airlines in early talks for 35-40 jets.

  • June 21- Plane giants are squeezing the last drop out of a once raging torrent of airplane orders without the razzmatazz of recent years, as the aerospace industry gathers at a belt-tightening Paris Airshow looking for new sources of revenue. >Airbus scoffs at Boeing wins, plays down big deal. >Malaysia Airlines in early talks for 35-40 jets.

  • June 21- Plane giants are squeezing the last drop out of a once raging torrent of airplane orders without the razzmatazz of recent years, as the aerospace industry gathers at a belt-tightening Paris Airshow looking for new sources of revenue. >Airbus scoffs at Boeing wins, plays down big deal. >Emirates, flydubai get closer in leaner times.