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DAILY NEWSLETTER | 19 February 2018
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Iranian rescuers find ATR-72 crash wreckage, search continues

Sunday’s plane crash in Iran is a “total enigma”, officials say, as search and rescue teams reportedly find the wreckage. But all 65 people on board are feared to be dead.

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Boeing stays in race for 88-jet deal with Canada

Boeing applied to stay in the race to supply Canada with 88 new fighter jets, sources were reported saying on February 15, 2018. The plane maker previously stated it wants to see the details of the fighter jet program before deciding whether to join the competition, as it was locked in a trade dispute with the Canadian government.

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Delta Airlines anticipates CS100 aircraft deliveries in 2018

Following the decision by United States International Trade Commission (ITC) not to impose a 300% import tax on Bombardier C Series jets, Delta Airlines announced intending to “take as many deliveries as possible” from a new Airbus and Bombardier U.S. facility, as soon as it opens, but for the time being will accept jets made in Canada as well.

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FAA awards Boeing 737 MAX 9 amended type certificate
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Demand for private jets to grow in 2018
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