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July 23, 2014
10:45 EDTDAL, EADSYDelta Air Lines sees Venezuela schedule cuts lowering Latin America RASM 3-4pts
Sees summer Transatlantic capacity up 8%. Doesn't see Ex-IM dispute impacting widebody purchase. Says could be a buyer of Airbus (EADSY) A330neo if priced in "low 80s, high 70s."
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February 12, 2016
07:17 EDTEADSYAirbus A320neo's engine issues should be fixed by April, Reuters says
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07:02 EDTDALDelta Air Lines employees receive their portion of $1.5B profit sharing
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February 10, 2016
15:55 EDTEADSYBoeing to cut management jobs as Airbus competition mounts, WSJ says
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February 9, 2016
13:43 EDTEADSYAirbus' A321neo completes first flight with CFM engines
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07:08 EDTEADSYStar Alliance partners Lufthansa, Swiss sign EFB deals with Global Eagle
Global Eagle Entertainment (ENT) announced that Star Alliance partners Lufthansa Airlines (DLAKY) and Swiss International Air Lines selected GEE Navaero electronic flight bag solutions, affirming GEE's leading position in cockpit data integration and EFB mounting systems for Apple (AAPL) iPad and Microsoft (MSFT) Surface devices. Lufthansa, Europe's largest airline and a new GEE Navaero customer, will equip at least 31 new Airbus A320 aircraft with GEE's new power data interface, smart docking stations, and other interfaces for Microsoft Surface tablets that put mission-critical flight data at the fingertips of pilots and ground crews. The GEE Navaero solution meets Lufthansa's requirement for a full gigabit Ethernet data connection aboard its new aircraft. Swiss will utilize GEE Navaero EFB mounts and data integration solutions across more than 70 Airbus (EADSY) short- and long-haul aircraft as it deploys Apple iPads for mission-critical applications and transitions to a fully paperless cockpit. GEE will also provide certification, deployment and support services.
February 8, 2016
08:33 EDTEADSYSpiceJet: timeliness main condition for Boeing, Airbus choice, Bloomberg says
SpiceJet, the Indian budget carrier deciding between Boeing (BA) and Airbus (EADSY) for its order for at least $11B, has a single condition for its choice: delivery needs to be on time, Bloomberg reports, citing an interview with SpiceJet chairman Ajay Singh. "One of the selling points for anybody to make the offer more attractive to SpiceJet would be early deliveries," Singh told Bloomberg. "When Airbus and Boeing are talking to us, they are mindful of the fact that we need early deliveries." Reference Link
February 5, 2016
08:45 EDTEADSYAirbus renegotiating to delay A320neo deliveries, Reuters reports
Airbus is currently in discussions to delay delivery schedules for its A320neo jet and has informed certain airlines that the jets will be delayed by approximately two months, Reuters reports, citing industry sources. The company missed a 2015 expectation for delivering the first aircraft as a result of what it described as issues with documentation for its new Pratt & Whitney engines, the report says. Reference Link
February 4, 2016
14:10 EDTDALNew Delta CEO signals no change to business plan, WSJ reports
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13:40 EDTEADSYAirbus: Still in talks with Poland over helicopter deliveries, Reuters reports
Airbus' (EADSY) helicopter unit said that discussions with Poland's economy ministry were continuing on the delivery of 50 helicopters for Poland's army, Reuters reports. Rzeczpospolita reported that Poland abandoned the $3B deal and agreed with the French defense ministry that it would purchase just "several" helicopter from Airbus, the report says. Poland has also initiated negotations with Lockheed Martin's (LMT) Skikorsky, the report says, citing Rzeczpospolita. Reference Link
February 3, 2016
16:40 EDTDALDelta says CEO Anderson to be executive chairman, Bastian named CEO, West COO
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February 2, 2016
13:00 EDTDALDelta says software outage led to two dozen flight delays, CNBC reports
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09:02 EDTDALDelta Air Lines reports January PRASM down 3%
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February 1, 2016
06:41 EDTDALBrazil mulls removing foreign stake limit for airlines, Reuters reports
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January 29, 2016
16:00 EDTDALOptions Update; January 29, 2016
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06:26 EDTDALAmerican Airlines stock price too low, WSJ says
The sharp drop in oil prices has come to the benefit of the four major U.S. airline carriers, which account for approximately 80% of the domestic air-travel market, Steven Russolillo of the Wall Street Journal's Ahead of the Tape reports. United Continental (UAL) and Southwest Airlines (LUV) already reported record Q4 earnings, and Delta (DAL) recently reported a quarterly profit as well, the report says. American Airlines (AAL) is slated to reported Q4 results, which are expected to be upbeat, the Journal says. The stock prices of such companies, however, suggests that investors aren't experiencing the full benefits due to weakness with the industry's boom-and-bust nature, the report says. American Airlines's share price, in particular, is too low, and its stock has fallen too much relative to competitors ahead of quarterly results, the report says. Reference Link
05:55 EDTEADSYPhilips names Jean Botti as Chief Innovation and Strategy Officer
Royal Philips (PHG) announced the appointment of Jean Botti as Chief Innovation and Strategy Officer as part of the company's strategy to capture a larger portion of the HealthTech opportunities. Jean Botti, who will join Philips as of April 1, 2016 from Airbus Group (EADSY), will become a member of Philips' Executive Committee and will report directly to Philips CEO Frans van Houten. Jean Botti will succeed Jim Andrew, who left Philips in the fourth quarter of 2015 for personal reasons.
05:53 EDTEADSYAirbus says CTO Jean Botti to leave in April, Reuters reports
Airbus says Chief Technical Officer Jean Botti will leave the company in April and has resigned from the planemaker, Reuters reports. Botti's succession is "subject to the outcome of a comprehensive review on the future set-up and structure for innovation and research and technology at Airbus Group," Airbus says. Reference Link

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