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Aviation Daily, October 2, 2014

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Airbus Begins Final Assembly Of First A350 XWB For Vietnam Airlines

Oct 02, 2014
Airbus has begun final assembly of the first A350 for Vietnam Airlines at the Roger Béteille Final Assembly Line (FAL) in Toulouse, France. Delivery…

Data Watch

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Data Watch: On Time Performance by Arrivals - July

Oct 02, 2014
/site-files/aviationweek.com/files/uploads/2014/09/avd_10_02_2014_dataw.pdf Data Watch: On Time Performance by Arrivals - July Year Ontime Arrivals Ontime (%) Arrival Delays 2011 425,962 77.84% 110,478 2012 414,377 76.01% 121,396 2013 417,698 73.07% 142,559 2014 393,852 75.61% 117,151 To view the chart entitled: Data Watch: On Time Performance by Arri

Airframers/Suppliers

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Suppliers Wary Of Further Narrowbody Rate Increases

Oct 02, 2014
Airframe suppliers are comfortable with manufacturers' plans to push narrowbody production rates up to a combined 100 per month, but express concern that anything beyond that could strain the supply chain or dampen demand after a few years, a Canaccord Genuity survey reports.

Air Traffic Management

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Saab To Demonstrate Remote Tower Technology In U.S.

Oct 02, 2014
Saab plans to demonstrate remote-control tower operations at a general aviation airport in the Washington, D.C., area for a three-month data collection project beginning in June or July 2015. The trial represents the first application of remote-control tower technology for the U.S., says Ken Kaminski, general manager of Saab Air Traffic Management. Europe and Australia are either testing or putting the system into operation at several airports. Saab made the announcement at the Air Traffic Control Association conference in Washington, D.C.

Forecasts/Industry Data

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On Time Performance by Arrivals and Departures, July

Oct 02, 2014
/site-files/aviationweek.com/files/uploads/2014/09/avd_10_02_2014_cht1.pdf On Time Performance by Arrivals and Departures, July On Time Performance…

Airlines

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ANA, PAL Reach Codeshare Agreement

Oct 02, 2014
All Nippon Airways (ANA) has signed a partnership deal with Philippine Airlines (PAL), which will see them codesharing in the important Japan…
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Lufthansa May Expand Wings Platform Further

Oct 02, 2014
Lufthansa may expand its Wings system of low-cost affiliated airlines with the inclusion of Italian subsidiary Air Dolomiti, according to Karl…
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Southwest, American Renew Objection To JetBlue’s DCA-JAX Flights

Oct 02, 2014
Documents filed by Southwest Airlines and American Airlines in objection to JetBlue Airways’ prosed Jacksonville, Florida-Ronald Reagan Washington…
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Virgin Australia Boosts Delta, SAA Code Shares

Oct 02, 2014
Virgin Australia is broadening its access to South Africa and the U.S. thanks to the expansion of codeshare agreements with partner carriers. The…
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Adria Airways To Phase Out Its CRJ200s, Add Another A320 In 2015

Oct 02, 2014
BARCELONA — Adria Airways will phase out its two remaining CRJ200s at the end of March 2015 and add another Airbus A320 on wet lease, as it proceeds…

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