Transport


Airbus says complying with WTO subsidies ruling

Airbus said yesterday it had taken steps to comply with a World Trade Organization ruling on subsidies for its A350 and A380 jets, which has seen the United States and Europe trade legal blows on behalf ...

May 23, 2018, Wednesday


GE merges rail unit with Wabtec in US$11.1b deal

General Electric will tie its train engine division to the railroad equipment maker Wabtec in deal worth about US$11 billion as GE CEO John Flannery continues to break off parts of the conglomerate....

May 22, 2018, Tuesday


JAL plans budget carrier

This file picture shows Japan Airlines passenger planes at Tokyo’s Haneda airport. Japan Airlines yesterday announced plans to launch a budget airline, hoping to take advantage of an expected expansion in the nation’s low-cost market ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. ...

May 15, 2018, Tuesday


Talks to get trains moving

TGV high speed trains are seen outside the Gare de Lyon train station in Paris in this file photo. Unions at French rail operator SNCF will hold a companywide vote this week on the government’s contested overhaul for the heavily indebted group, aimed at proving that support for a long-running strike remains strong despite signs it is tapering off. Laurent Brun, head of the rail branch at the hard-line CGT union, said the weeklong talks would start today, when unions have vowed to step up their protest with a “day without trains.” ...

May 14, 2018, Monday


Private space firms drawn to launching rockets

LAUNCHING rockets and satellites has long been the preserve of China’s state-owned aerospace companies, but private space firms are now popping up hoping to find gold in the space dust. A report by Beijing-based ...

May 14, 2018, Monday


Chengdu Airlines flies ARJ21 to Harbin

CHINA’S first domestically developed regional jet, ARJ21, began flying to northeast China yesterday after the route became one of five new flight paths that Chengdu Airlines launched. The airline, the ...

May 3, 2018, Thursday


Ctrip goes supersonic

SHANGHAI-BASED Ctrip.com Inc has invested in US-based supersonic airplane developer Boom Supersonic, which is developing next-generation airplanes to halve flight times from China to the United States, ...

April 27, 2018, Friday


Beijing rejects US claims of WTO rule breaches

China yesterday rejected American charges of “breaches of WTO rules,” saying such judgments should be made within the World Trade Organization framework rather than being decided by any single country...

April 26, 2018, Thursday


Aviation show opens in Germany

German Chancellor Angela Merkel (4th right) and Airbus CEO Thomas Enders (2nd right) pose in front of an Airbus A350 aircraft at the ILA Berlin International Aerospace Exhibition at Schoenefeld airport near Berlin yesterday. The organizers said over 1,000 exhibitors will showcase their expertise. The five-day exhibition will end on Sunday. ...

April 26, 2018, Thursday


Sales to fly as Chinese business aviation picks up

CHINA has been seeing signs of recovery in its business aviation industry with global players gearing up to boost their presence in the market. “More frequent business activities stimulate the buying ...

April 20, 2018, Friday




 

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