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Aviation Daily, October 10, 2019

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Airframers

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Analysis: Tariffs Could Hit 15% Of Airbus, Boeing Backlogs

Oct 09, 2019
Planned tariffs on aircraft imports to the U.S. from Europe would apply to about 15% of the Airbus backlog, Aviation Week Fleet Data Services show, though many questions—from how lessors are affected to what happens with U.S.-assembled A320s, remain unanswered.
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Embraer Predicts E175-E2 First Flight By Year-End

Oct 09, 2019
Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer expects the E175-E2 to make its first flight later this year, with an entry into service for the latest member of its new-generation E-Jets family expected at the end of 2021.

Regulatory/Legislative

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Britain Publishes Sketchy ‘No-Deal’ Aerospace Advice

Oct 08, 2019
With Britain once again on the abyss of a “no-deal” Brexit, the government has started issuing guidance to the aerospace industry to get ready.
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FAA Completes Final ADS-B Implementation Goal

Oct 08, 2019
The FAA said the last two of 155 U.S. airports in a plan now receive and display aircraft targets by automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B), completing the agency’s final implementation goal for the program.

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Suppliers

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ATR Targets Short-Runway Airports With 42-600S Launch

Oct 09, 2019
ATR is targeting customers operating out of space-constrained airports with the formal launch of a STOL (short-takeoff-and-landing) version of the ATR 42-600, for which it has 20 commitments.

Technology

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UK Begins Project To Electrify Islander For Short Hops

Oct 07, 2019
A project to convert the nine-passenger Britten-Norman Islander to hybrid-electric propulsion for short-haul flights has kicked off in the UK.

Airlines

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American Narrows Guidance, Pulls MAX Until Mid-January

Oct 09, 2019
American Airlines narrowed its Q3 revenue guidance and said the absence of Boeing 737 MAXs from its operation shaved $140 million off its Q3 pretax income as well as resulting in 9,475 flight cancellations.
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KLM CEO: Boeing 737 Replacement Not A Priority

Oct 08, 2019
KLM CEO Pieter Elbers sees no urgent need to decide soon on a replacement aircraft for its narrowbody Boeing 737s.
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Biometric Boarding For Emirates U.S.-Bound Flights Due By Year-End

Sep 24, 2019
Passengers on all Emirates Airline flights to the U.S. will have the option to board using biometric checks by the end of 2019.

Airline Snapshot

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Airline Snapshot: Air Canada

Oct 09, 2019
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