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- Airbus CEO warns of massive job losses coming soon from virus crisis
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- Delta to retire Boeing 777 jets, warns of layoffs to stop cash burn
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- Air Canada QI revenues down 15pc, EBIT plunge 81pc due to Covid-19
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- Boeing seeks federal aid to avoid layoffs in its supply chain network
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- Alstom to acquire rail unit of Bombardier for up to US$6.7b
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- CEVA wins 5-year contract to manage Airbus parts in Hamburg
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- Air Canada's net profit up 298pc to US$1.09 billion as sales rise 5.5pc
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- US wins WTO approval for tariffs on US$7.5 billion of EU aircraft
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- Swiss WorldCargo expands into Japan with new Osaka coverage
THE air freight division of Swiss International, Swiss WorldCargo, is adding Osaka, Japan, as a destination in its global network
- LATAM Cargo's launch services from US to Panama, Bogota and Cali
LATAM Airlines' cargo division has launched the new twice weekly services that are operated by Boeing 767-300 freighters
- Trainmaker Alstom in talks for US$7 billion buyout of Bombardier unit
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- Freighter conversions all the rage as Boeing wins small aircraft orders
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- Bombardier exits aerospace with A220 deal, and other dismemberments
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- FedEx and UPS to battle each other over Mexico's growing air cargo traffic
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- Swiss WorldCargo starts new service to Slovenia's capital
SWISS WorldCargo has started offering capacity on a new service to and from Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia
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