Boeing will not revive the 767 | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 6 March 2018
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Boeing will not revive the 767

Rumors were circulating about Boeing reviving its 767 model to offer an alternative if its project of a middle of market plane would be delayed or canceled. Randy Tinseth, vice-president of commercial marketing, denied those speculations.

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Austrian Airlines cancels 25% scheduled flights on March 6-7 2018

Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa’s local unit, cancelled approximately 25% of its scheduled flights on March 6 – 7, 2018, because of a works council at Vienna Airport. The works council was later cancelled as well, but due to short-term notice, the cancelations of 140 flights remain in place.

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US-UK Open Skies agreement could be worse than before Brexit

The first negotiations between the United States and the United Kingdom over an open skies agreement are problematic for the latter. Washington offered a standard bilateral agreement that would require the benefiting airlines to be mainly owned by British shareholders, which is not currently the case for British carriers that currently fly transatlantic routes. Such an agreement would make it impossible for British airlines to cross the pond.

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Bombardier workers accept agreement with Airbus
Boeing at odds with staff in South Carolina?
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