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787 rework and lower rates will cost Boeing one billion

UPDATE - Boeing expects that rework on the 787 and lower production rates to result in $1.0 billion in abnormal costs. Of this, $183 million has been recorded in the third quarter results, the airframer said on October 27 during the Q3 results presentation. 787 rework...

Foreign firms jostle for management of Nigeria’s key airports

Nigeria is inching towards concession of four of its major airports as Nigeria’s Minister of Aviation, Mr. Hadi Sirika disclosed that the responses to the request for pre-qualification by highly reputable international airport operators across the globe. This is...

Breeze A220 delivery videos

As is our typical action at industry events, we like to capture the moments on video for you to see and hear as delivered. Rather than get an explanation of what somebody said, or what the author thinks they meant, we want you to see and hear the original - in...

27 October 2021 – Morning Call Top Aviation News Stories

Welcome to Morning Call for October 27, 2021, and the Top Aviation News Stories for today.  You can also search our Archives for older news stories by date.   AirInsight US Airline Index Commercial Aviation Analysis: Mitsubishi looking to revive CRJ product line with...