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The third aircraft in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) expanding fleet of new-generation Airbus Military A330 MRTT multi-role tanker/transports has been formally handed over to the RAAF providing a significant boost to Defence’s in-flight refuelling, air logistics support and air combat capability.
Southwest Airlines Co. today reported October 2011 combined traffic results for Southwest Airlines and AirTran. AirTran became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Southwest Airlines Co. on May 2, 2011.
The Boeing Company has submitted a proposal to the U.S. Army for a multiyear contract for the production and delivery of 155 CH-47F helicopters.
- Delta Air Lines Reports October Traffic
- IAG and Lufthansa Agreement in Principle on BMI
- Boeing Celebrates 747-8 Freighter Delivery with Atlas Air and British Airways
- Alaska Airlines Launching Biofuel-Powered Commercial Service in the United States
- American Airlines Reports October Traffic
- Boeing Delivers Cathay Pacific First 747-8 Freighter
- US Airways Reports Third Quarter Profit
- Qantas flights resumed
- Boeing Board Approves Quarterly Dividend of 42 Cents a Share
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Army gets first re-built and upgraded OH-58
British billionaire, Richard Branson, opened a champagne bottle and sprayed over his guests today when he gave his new spaceport a name. This will be the world’s first private spaceport.
With the self service kiosks and online check-in it has become much easier to check-in at the airport s, although the lines at the check in counters can be very long.
For a while there were three international airports in Berlin. Tempelhof was closed three years ago and next year Tegel, city’s west airport will be closed so Schönefeld in the east part of the city will be Berlin’s only airport.