ANA firms 30 A320neos, 14 787-9s, six 777-300ERs and 20 777-9Xs

All Nippon Airways (ANA) has firmed up its order for seven Airbus A320neos, 23 A321neos, 20 Boeing 777-9Xs, 14 787-9s and six 777-300ERs, which will be used for its short- and long-haul fleet renewal.

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ANA firms 30 A320neos, 14 787 9s, six 777 300ERs and 20 777 9Xs

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Unidentified customer orders five Bombardier Q400s

Bombardier has received a firm order for five Q400 NextGen turboprop aircraft, in an order valued at approximately $168 million based on current list prices.

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Unidentified customer orders five Bombardier Q400s

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Airbus to build A330 regionals in China

Airbus will sign a deal to go ahead with an assembly line for its long-awaited A330-300 regional aircraft in China.

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Airbus to build A330 regionals in China

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Lufthansa narrows net losses in 1H; confirms full-year outlook

Lufthansa Group reported a first-half net loss of €79 million ($106 million), narrowed from a net loss of €203 million in the year-ago period.

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Lufthansa narrows net losses in 1H; confirms full year outlook

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Austrian Airlines takes 2Q operating profit hit on political unrest, union disputes

Lufthansa Group subsidiary Austrian Airlines has posted a second-quarter operating profit of €10 million ($13.4 million), down 52% compared with a €21 million operating profit in the year-ago quarter.

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Austrian Airlines takes 2Q operating profit hit on political unrest, union disputes

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Embraer earns $147 million 2Q net profit

Embraer posted a second-quarter net profit of $146.7 million, reversing a $3.8 million net loss in the 2013 June quarter, on a 12.8% rise in revenue to $1.76 billion.

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Embraer earns $147 million 2Q net profit

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Boeing Delivers First U.S. Army Multiyear II Configured Chinook

First delivery achieved one month ahead of schedule

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UTair launches Impulse cost-cutting program

Russia’s UTair Airline is launching a new cost-cutting program, Impulse, which aims to reduce costs by RUB5 billion ($140 million) per year.

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Boeing Resells Inmarsat-5 Satellite Bandwidth to U.S. Government

First transaction for Boeing Commercial Satellite Services

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Rolls-Royce posts 1H profit drop

Underlying profits from Rolls-Royce’s civil aerospace business declined 10% to £405 million ($686 million) for the first six months of 2014.

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Boeing, All Nippon Airways Finalize Order for 40 Widebody Airplanes

ANA renews long-haul fleet with 777X, 787-9, 777-300ER

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AirBridgeCargo reports 1H volume increase

Russia’s AirBridgeCargo (ABC) reported a 16% increase in its first-half cargo volume.

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Airbus Helicopters starts delivery of EC145 T2 with DRF Luftrettung

Title: Airbus Helicopters starts delivery of EC145 T2 with DRF LuftrettungNext-generation helicopter: quietest in its class with improved performance and lower operating costs Donauwörth, July 31, 2014 – The handover of the first EC145 T2 to DRF Luftrettung marks yet another milestone for Airbus Helicopters in the successful program for the BK117/EC145 family. In spring 2014, [...]

Australia to boost ADS-B coverage ahead of 2017 aircraft fitment mandate

Australia’s air navigation services provider, Airservices Australia, will install 13 new Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) ground stations starting next year to enhance its coverage of satellite-based air traffic surveillance in Australian airspace.

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Boeing Launches Pilot Development Program at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh

New global program to train pilots “from street to right seat”

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