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January 15, 2014
08:13 EDTAAL, BA, EADSYAmerican Airlines took delivery of 39 new Boeing, 20 new Airbus planes in 2013
American Airlines (AAL) disclosed that it took delivery of 20 new Airbus (EADSY) aircraft in 2013, including 5 A321 aircraft and 15 A319 aircraft. American took delivery of 39 new Boeing (BA) aircraft, including 31 B737-800 and 8 B777-300 aircraft. American retired 45 aircraft in 2013, including 28 MD-80, 12 B757, and 5 B767-200 aircraft.
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October 22, 2014
10:29 EDTBABoeing says global economic growth continues at moderate pace
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09:11 EDTAALAmerican Airlines and Jetstar Japan announce codeshare agreement
American Airlines and Jetstar Japan have made a new codeshare agreement to enable American Airlines customers greater access to domestic Japanese destinations starting on October 22. American Airlines will place its 'AA' code on services operated by Jetstar Japan between Tokyo Narita International Airport and Fukuoka, Matsuyama, Okinawa, Osaka and Sapporo, with first flights under the codeshare starting October 26.
08:05 EDTBAFly Leasing purchases three new Boeing 737-800s
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07:39 EDTBABoeing backs FY14 commercial airplane deliveries view of 715-725
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07:37 EDTBABoeing reports Q3 Commercial deliveries up 9% to 186 airplanes
07:37 EDTBABoeing reports Commercial Airplanes booked 501 net orders in Q3
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07:34 EDTBABoeing raises FY14 core EPS view to $8.10-$8.30, consensus $8.28
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07:32 EDTBABoeing reports Q3 core EPS $2.14, consensus $1.98
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06:55 EDTEADSY, BAAirbus aims to replace Boeing 757 with long-haul A321neo, Reuters says
In an effort to replace with Boeing's (BA) discontinued 757 jetliner, Airbus (EADSY) has started offering carriers a long-haul model of its A321neo aircraft, according to Reuters, citing comments from an Airbus representative. Reference Link
06:51 EDTEADSYAirbus China head sees helicopters as largest market in 6 years, Reuters says
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05:14 EDTBABoeing, COMAC open demonstration facility
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October 21, 2014
15:35 EDTBANotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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14:19 EDTBAEarnings Preview: Boeing shares flat since Q2 earnings report
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14:01 EDTBABoeing technical comments ahead of results
The stock has performed in line with returns from the broader averages over the last three months. The trend has been range bound with the bulk of the range contained at $118 at the low and $128.50 at the high. These two bounds become the defining markers for post-earnings reactions. A breakout above $128.50 would see first resistance at $130.31 and then at $132.99 and $133.97. The latter is a prior pivot high. If the news disappoints, it isn't likely that shares would reach the low of the range unless the news was an extreme disappointment. First support of significance would be at $124.10 and then at $122.16 and $120.29.
13:31 EDTBABoeing invests over $1B in Everett site
Boeing announced the groundbreaking of its new 777X Composite Wing Center at the Everett, Washington campus. Permitting for the new 1M-square-foot facility was completed approximately seven weeks earlier than anticipated, allowing for an accelerated start to construction. Boeing is investing more than $1B in the Everett site for construction and outfitting of the new building. Completion of the new building, which is expected in May 2016, will require approximately 3.5M hours of work. At its peak, there will be approximately 1.2K contract employees working on the project. First delivery of the 777X is targeted for 2020.
09:31 EDTAALEagle Materials, GenCorp mentioned positively by Lerner, Bloomberg reports
Chesapeake Partners' Traci Lerner is said to have mentioned Eagle Materials (EXP), GenCorp (GY), Barnes & Noble (BKS) and American Airlines (AAL) as stocks she likes, according to Bloomberg, citing comments made by Lerner at the Robin Hood Conference.
08:02 EDTEADSYKaman unit awarded LTA by Rolls-Royce
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07:30 EDTAALU.S. airlines raise domestic one-way fares by $2 on average, Reuters reports
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October 20, 2014
13:01 EDTBABoeing partners with Kenya Airways
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06:10 EDTBA, EADSYLufthansa publishes timetable in response to VC planned strike
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