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Swire Pacific records profit

Friday, August 6th, 2010

Swire Pacific, the Hong Kong office lessor and owner of the largest in airline Cathay Pacific Airways, reported that profit in the first half has more than doubled due to higher rental income and profits Cathay Pacific Airways.


Air France and Delta Air have lured Alitalia

Monday, July 5th, 2010

Italian airline Alitalia has joined the new venture on transatlantic traffic, created in 2009, the largest European airline Air France-KLM Group and the American Delta Air Lines. After joining the Italian company will provide up to 26% of all transatlantic traffic, which will achieve an annual revenue of more than $ 10 billion, according to a report released today Air France.


Dow Jones Industrial Average remains under threat of a new collapse, the bulls hope for Alcoa

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Dow Jones Industrial may fall to their lowest point of the week – 10,200.00 today. This opinion was expressed by analysts on the eve of Open Knowledge. The overall negative on global stock markets makes the bulls keep from large volumes of trades on the Dow Jones Industrial today. At the same time, there is hope for support from the rapid growth of Alcoa.


British Airways staff will not go to work again

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

The first phase of a 20-day strike airborne conductors British Airways will begin on Monday and will last for 5 days. This was reported by the representatives of trade union Unite, which protects the interests of employees. On the eve of the Socialist Workers Party activists disrupted the negotiations between the administration of air carrier and the union. In turn, the leadership of British Airways said that is fully prepared to resume negotiations.


Volcano in Iceland continued lawlessness in Europe

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

The volcano of Iceland is still topic number one for Europe, especially for Britain. Clouds of volcanic ash from Iceland once again violated the air service in the UK. Closed airports in the north of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.


Boeing 737 burns in Amsterdam

Monday, May 10th, 2010

One of the engines of a Boeing 737 Danish-Dutch airline Transavia caught fire before takeoff at Amsterdam airport. 186 passengers were evacuated by inflatable rafts. The fire originated in one of the auxiliary engines in the rear part of the Boeing 737. The aircraft was to fly to the Portuguese resort town of Faro. Two passengers received minor injuries.


British Airways cancel flights due to strike

Monday, May 10th, 2010

British Airways cabin crew are going to spend twenty strike, seeking better working conditions and higher wages. This decision was voted members of the union Unite. The first strike will start on 18 May and will last until May 22. The next protest is scheduled to conduct 24 – May 28 May 30 – June 3 and 5 – 9 June.


Volcanoes in Iceland are preparing a new cloud of ash for Europe

Saturday, April 24th, 2010

Icelandic volcanic eruption re-creates a new transport problem for many countries in Europe. British meteorologists reported that a second cloud of volcanic dust headed towards Europe and may soon appear over northern Germany, on the part of Denmark and Sweden. Cloud will be a narrow strip of territory in Poland and make it to Eastern Europe.


Volcano in Iceland promises Europe a new huge cloud of ash

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Volcano in Iceland, promises new challenges… Flights in Europe, has fully recovered on Thursday after a volcanic eruption in Iceland, may be disrupted again on Friday. According to the forecast British meteorologists, a cloud of volcanic dust again chart ranks the European continent on Friday.


Volcano in Iceland: eruption continues, flights resumed

Sunday, April 18th, 2010

Air traffic over Europe can be partially restored on Monday. According to representatives of airlines, will be critical today the results of ongoing European airlines test flights. As we have gotten messages that test flights of German airline Lufthansa and Dutch Airlines “KLM” declared successful.