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Tim Hepher

With Russian support, China broadcasts export ambitions at air show

Nov 09 2018

ZHUHAI, China China paraded industrial and military clout and sent deliberate signals to Western rivals that its aerospace and arms industries aim to catch them up on world markets, while playing down trade tensions at the nation's largest air show this week.

CORRECTED-With Russian support, China broadcasts export ambitions at air show

Nov 09 2018

* Strong focus on exportable weapons at China's main air show

U.S. issues directive after Boeing alerts pilots following Indonesia crash

Nov 07 2018

WASHINGTON/ZHUHAI, China The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration issued an emergency airworthiness directive on Wednesday to address how to handle erroneous data from a sensor on the new Boeing 737 MAX jet in the wake of last week's Indonesian jetliner crash. | Video

RPT-Cracks emerge in global aviation finance boom

Nov 05 2018

* Airline industry still profitable but heavily skewed to U.S.

Cracks emerge in global aviation finance boom

Nov 05 2018

HONG KONG An unprecedented boom in the $280 billion aircraft finance industry is showing signs of faltering as rising interest rates, cut-rate competition and higher oil prices trigger a shakeout in a sector that has attracted a flood of Chinese funding.

South Korea's Jeju Air eyes $5.7 billion jet purchase deal: sources

Nov 02 2018

HONG KONG South Korea's biggest low-cost carrier, Jeju Air, is in talks with Airbus and Boeing to buy 50 narrowbody jets as it expands a network that includes one of the world's busiest routes, sources close to the matter said.

Vietjet to finalize $6.5 billion Airbus order: sources

Nov 01 2018

HONG KONG Fast-growing budget carrier Vietjet Aviation is set to finalize a $6.5 billion jet order with Europe's Airbus during a visit to Hanoi by French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe on Friday, people familiar with the matter said.

Airbus in talks to unjam some HNA, Emirates deliveries: sources

Oct 31 2018

HONG KONG/DUBAI Airbus faces new headaches delivering A330s to airlines tied to China's cash-strapped HNA Group and is in separate talks with Emirates over the timing of undelivered A380 superjumbos.

UPDATE 1-Airbus in talks to unjam some HNA, Emirates deliveries -sources

Oct 31 2018

HONG KONG/DUBAI, Oct 31 Airbus faces new headaches delivering A330s to airlines tied to China's cash-strapped HNA Group and is in separate talks with Emirates over the timing of undelivered A380 superjumbos.

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