23 November 2005

Airbus receives a total of $14 billion of orders during Dubai Airshow

Airbus announced orders and commitments (excluding options) for 157 airliners worth around $14 billion during the Dubai air show. The deals reaffirm Airbus’ leading role in the airliner business and reflect an increasingly strong market recovery. In addition, they had 155 commitments for the new A350 airliner, which is expected to rise to approx. 200

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The Mexmil have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to license to Lufthansa Technik

The enhanced insulation system provides a dramatically improved environment and flying experience for passengers within the cabin of commercial and VIP aircraft. Interest in providing a quieter cabin has been fuelled by the significant investment of airlines, specifically in a premium cabin, in advance In-Flight Entertainment systems and

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American Airlines applied to the US Department of Transport for codesharing with Vietnam Airlines

American Airlines announced that it has applied to the United States Department of Transportation for authorization to begin codeshare cooperation with Vietnam Airlines in early 2006. The two airlines plan to implement their codeshare services in phases.

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