8 November 2005

ST Aerospace awarded contract by China United Airlines

Singapore Technologies Aerospace Ltd (ST Aerospace), the aerospace arm of Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (ST Engineering), today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, ST Aerospace Supplies, was awarded a contract by Chinese airline, China United Airlines. The agreement, worth US$9 million (about S$15 million), involves components management and maintenance support for China United Airlines’ fleet […]

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Air Canada signed contract for up to 96 Boeing 777s and 787 Dreamliners

Air Canadasigned a contract with Boeing to upgrade the airline’s fleet with up to 36 Boeing 777s and 60 Boeing 787 Dreamliners. The conclusion of the order comes six months after the airline announced a widebody fleet renewal plan, subject to a number of conditions. As with the previous agreement, announced in April, the new

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Independence Air reaches tentative agreement with aircraft mechanics and flight attendants

FLYi, Inc., parent of Independence Air, which had previously filed for chapter 11, has reached a tentative agreement with the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association (AMFA) that would enact new wage rates and work rules for Independence Air mechanics. The company and AMFA have been negotiating, under supervision of the National Mediation Board, since June 2002.

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Boeing received orders for 679 aircraft in the first ten months of 2006

Boeing logged orders for 36 aircrafts in October 2005. Total orders for the year account now for 679 aircrafts compared to 197 aircraft orders received in the first 10 months of 2004. Boeing delivered 23 aircrafts in October, mainly NG737s. Boeing has an order backlog of 1,509 aircraft by the end of October.

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