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Civil Aviation

Airbus looks past supplier woes to future output hike

altAirbus has begun studying the feasibility of increasing production later this decade to keep up with anticipated demand, even as it keeps a check on short-term output plans due to worries over its suppliers, a senior company executive said.

Kenya Airways sees grim year on security situation

altKenya Airways expects to recover from a first-half loss but full year profits will still be less-than a quarter of last year's, hurt by the euro zone crisis and insecurity at home, said the airline.

Aircraft maker Hawker Beechcraft outlines new bankruptcy plan

altAerospace manufacturer Hawker Beechcraft Inc unveiled a bankruptcy exit plan that would give control of the company to secured creditors after a proposed sale to a Chinese firm fell through.

U.S. airlines cancel flights, hotels book up before hurricane

altHurricane Sandy will likely cause financial headaches for U.S. airlines that canceled more than 7,000 flights to and from the Northeast corridor.

Global Air Traffic Management Safety Conference opens in Cape Town

altThe Civil Air Navigation Services Organization (CANSO) Global Air Traffic Management (ATM) Safety Conference has been officially opened by the Deputy Minister of Transport, Honorable Sindisiwe Chikunga, MP, in Cape Town.

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