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  • PARIS: Odyssey confirmed as CSeries customer

    Bombardier has confirmed that UK start-up carrier Odyssey Airlines is the customer behind a June 2011 firm order for 10 CS100 aircraft. Odyssey chief...

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  • ​PICTURE: Kylie wows IATA AGM Gala Dinner

    Kylie Minogue was the surprise guest at last night’s IATA AGM Gala Dinner in Doha, hosted by Qatar Airways.

  • IATA AGM: Bisignani slams new German air tax plans

    IATA chief executive Giovanni Bisignani has hit out at German plans to introduce a new departures tax aimed at raising...

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  • ANALYSIS: Asia-Pacific airline market review June 2014

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  • JAL to seek A rating from Japanese agency

    News | 16 Jun 2014 09:20 | Ellis Taylor

    JAL has clarified that its target to achieve a single A rating will be from a Japanese ratings house, rather than one of the global top three firms.
  • AerCap rules out 777X order in the near term

    News | 06 Jun 2014 10:07 | Ellis Taylor

    ​AerCap is unlikely to place an order for the Boeing 777X in the short term and would only consider ordering more 777-300ERs if the price is right.
  • AerCap doubtful on Asian carriers’ aircraft deliveries

    News | 05 Jun 2014 10:16 | Ellis Taylor

    ​AerCap’s chief executive has joined the chorus of observers casting doubts on the aggressive delivery schedules of Southeast Asia’s airlines, but adds that this will not have a major impact on Boeing and Airbus.
  • Air India looks to new government to cut industry costs

    News | 05 Jun 2014 09:42 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Air India is confident that India’s new government will work to bring down the high costs that have plagued its airline industry.
  • IATA: AirlInes want mergers, settle for joint ventures

    News | 03 Jun 2014 11:20 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Two influential chief executives have reiterated the industry’s view that network joint ventures are an inferior substitute to allowing proper mergers, and called for the scrapping of ownership restrictions that have blocked such moves.