Monthly Archive: October 2011

More Delays Ahead For Boeing 787, 747-8 | AVIATION WEEK

Not only does Boeing not expect to see the 787 program turn profitable for at least another decade, the company says the stretched Boeing 787-9’s development has slipped into early 2014, and its first passenger version of the 747-8 will be late as well. The revelations were made in Boeing’s 10-Q filing with the U.S. …

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Sunglass Hut Opens at the AIRMALL at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) – Yahoo! Finance

Travelers have a new destination for fashionable, high-quality sunglasses at the AIRMALL® at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. AIRMALL USA, the leading airport concessions developer in North America and operator of the AIRMALL at CLE, is pleased to announce the arrival of Sunglass Hut on Concourse B (600 sq. ft.). (Logo: “No matter where their …

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Qantas Flights Back to Normal After Grounding – ABC News

Qantas Airways said its flights were back on schedule Tuesday, a day after an Australian court ruling ended 48 hours of travel chaos stemming from the airline’s decision to ground its entire fleet.Qantas, the world’s 10th-largest airline, said all flights were operating on time and as scheduled, with the remaining backlog of passengers affected by …

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Mesaba to close its Eagan headquarters, cut 193 jobs –

Despite promises to the contrary, Mesaba Airlines will permanently close its Eagan headquarters Dec. 26 at the behest of owner Memphis-based Pinnacle Airlines. Both airlines are regional carriers for Delta Air Lines. In the process, Pinnacle will cut 193 Mesaba jobs in Eagan, out of a total of about 800 Mesaba jobs in Minnesota. The …

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