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2013: The year ahead in air travel
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2013: The year ahead in air travel

"Will they or won’t they” might be the theme of a dicey year in commercial aviation. Here are 10 stories to watch
2014: The year ahead in air travel

2014: The year ahead in air travel

Seats will get smaller, fees will get higher and company rivalries will get more heated
AirAsia inks huge Airbus deal
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AirAsia inks huge Airbus deal

Malaysia-based low-budget airline the largest customer for A320 aircraft
Iraq's flagship carrier picks up its first Airbus widebody jet
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Iraq's flagship carrier picks up its first Airbus widebody jet

Iraqi Airways beefs up fleet with new Airbus A330-200, plans expanded international service
Jet sale boosts China's rivalry with Airbus, Boeing
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Jet sale boosts China's rivalry with Airbus, Boeing

With a GE subsidiary and Chinese carriers signing deals for C919 passenger aircraft, China's Comac sharpens its aim on aviation's big players
First look at the Airbus A350 XWB. What's all the fuss about?
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First look at the Airbus A350 XWB. What's all the fuss about?

Images, the specs and the troubled history of Airbus' super lightweight plane. Can it take on Boeing and importantly, what does it mean for travelers?
The airplane of the future

The airplane of the future

How water lilies, slime molds and bird bones could help create the airplanes of tomorrow
Boeing president deems China biggest emerging competitor
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Boeing president deems China biggest emerging competitor

Can China’s narrow-body aircraft C919 rival the Boeing 737 and Airbus A320?
Boeing unveils futuristic 'swallowtail' wingtip for 737 MAX
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Boeing unveils futuristic 'swallowtail' wingtip for 737 MAX

The new design is expected to cut fuel consumption: So who will benefit?
'Zero-G' flights now cheap enough for the public

'Zero-G' flights now cheap enough for the public

Open to the public, seats on Novespace's "zero-gravity" flights cost a relatively reasonable $7,932.
Why Airbus will dominate the Paris Air Show

Why Airbus will dominate the Paris Air Show

Intense ambition and competition get ratcheted up this week at the world's biggest aviation event