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TRAVEL
July 22, 2001 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
A rash of job actions is hitting carriers across Asia, Europe and the Americas, tripping up travelers during the busiest flying season of the year. Although labor disputes among U.S. airlines have been fairly well publicized here, international disputes are less well known. So it's wise to check for updates with your travel agent or the airline. Among recent labor actions: * Asia: In Hong Kong, a dispute with pilots led Cathay Pacific Airways to cancel nearly one-fifth of its flights July 10.
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BUSINESS
November 30, 2004 | From Bloomberg News
European Aeronautic, Defense & Space Co., the controlling shareholder of Airbus, said Monday that it fully supported the plane maker's plan to develop an aircraft to challenge Boeing Co.'s forthcoming 7E7. EADS said it would make a final decision on the proposal next month. The new Airbus aircraft, called the A350, would be a variant of the company's A330 with new wings and engines and a longer range.
BUSINESS
April 7, 1989 | From Associated Press
Cathay Pacific Airways of Hong Kong announced Tuesday that it has placed a firm order with Airbus Industrie for 10 A330-300 aircraft and has taken options on another 10 of the wide-body planes. The firm order is worth about $1.1 billion, and if all the options are exercised, the order would total about $2.2 billion, the Hong Kong airline said. The first of the planes will be delivered in January, 1995, with delivery scheduled to be completed in 1997.
NEWS
May 25, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Two jumbo jets, one from Los Angeles, came within seconds of colliding head-on 28,665 feet over the Pacific Ocean after an air traffic controller mistakenly put them on a collision course, Japanese aviation officials said. Northwest Airlines Flight 6 from Tokyo to Chicago avoided the disaster Sunday by veering out of the way of oncoming Cathay Pacific Airways Flight 881 from Los Angeles en route to Hong Kong, the officials said.
BUSINESS
May 24, 2000 | Bloomberg News
Airbus Industrie said it has won commitments from four more airlines to buy the proposed A-3XX super-jumbo, bringing to six the number of carriers ready to buy what would be the world's largest passenger plane. "Progress has been fast," said Airbus Chief Executive Noel Forgeard at a press briefing. "In less than four months, we have obtained letters of intent from Emirates [Airlines], Singapore Airlines and from four customers that will remain undisclosed for a while.
BUSINESS
October 18, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
A former chairman of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange was sentenced today to four years in prison for corruption. Ronald Li, 61, was also ordered to pay an estimated $1.4 million in court costs and profits reaped from his corrupt acts. The high-rolling former stock exchange chairman was convicted in High Court on Wednesday on two counts under Hong Kong's Bribery Prevention Ordinance.
BUSINESS
May 1, 2000 | From Bloomberg News
Airbus Industrie, the world's second-largest airplane maker, said Emirates Airlines agreed to buy as many as 10 of its next-generation jumbo jets, the A-3XX, the first firm order for the proposed 555-seat jetliner. The contract for five of the $230-million jets and an option for five more moves Airbus closer to building the world's largest commercial plane, which would be a $12-billion bid to challenge Boeing Co.'s monopoly on the market for planes for more than 400 passengers.
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