Azul Tempers Short-Term Hopes Amid Second COVID-19 Wave
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Despite some near-term uncertainty created by a second wave of COVID-19 infections in Brazil, Azul is maintaining a positive outlook, particularly as vaccinations become more widespread in the country.
Biden Trade Office Suspends Airliner Tariffs On UK In Goodwill Gesture
WASHINGTON—The Biden administration is picking up on a British goodwill gesture associated with the long-running World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute between Europe, Airbus, the U.S., and Boeing over illegal subsidies to build large commercial aircraft.
Kelly Ortberg’s quiet departure from the executive ranks of Raytheon Technologies was a jolt to some veterans in the aerospace business community, where he has long been regarded as an exceptional talent in the prime of his career.
Oceania Retains Fundamental Demand Strength, Boeing Says
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AUCKLAND—The Oceania region continues to have strong underlying demand factors that will help drive the rebound in traffic and aircraft deliveries in the post-pandemic period, according to Boeing’s latest forecasts.
French Minister Puts Pressure On Brussels In Air France Bailout Talks
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PARIS—Talks with the European Commission on plans for a second Air France bailout will last as long as is necessary to reach a fair agreement, French transport minister Jean-Baptiste Djebbari said March 4.
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