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DAILY NEWSLETTER | 27 February 2018
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Boeing to have 51 percent share in partnership with Embraer

Boeing will have a 51 percent share in a joint company currently being negotiated with the Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer, Reuters reported on February 25, 2018. The joint venture would follow months of talks on a possible deal between the two companies and challenge their rivals’ Airbus-Bombardier pact on the CSeries aircraft, possibly shaking up the commercial jet industry.

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Airbnb CEO hints at launching airline

In an interview with The Times, Airbnb co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky suggested that the company may be venturing into aviation. During the interview, published on February 25, 2018, Chesky said that the company “seriously considered a lot of things around aviation and spent a lot of time exploring different concepts”.

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A380 program is now

Airbus’ Didier Evrard confirmed during an interview that Emirates order for 20 Airbus A380 superjumbos indeed provided a lifeline for the aircraft program for “another ten years at least”. Now, Airbus is having even higher hopes.

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