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February 18, 2013

MS-21 Assembly Begins

MS-21 Assembly Begins

INVESTIGATIONS

Arrested Development

INVESTIGATIONS

Culture Clash

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MS-21 Assembly Begins

MS-21 Assembly Begins

Initial components of Russia’s new MS-21 narrowbody airliner are starting to be assembled. Ulyanovsk-based Aviastar-SP a United Aircraft Corp. (UAC) subsidiary, completed the first rear-fuselage section of the MS-21. This section will be used for fatigue testing in Riga, Latvia, according to Irkut Corp.,
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INVESTIGATIONS

Arrested Development

CEO held in kickback probe that could lead to Finmeccanica being blacklisted in India

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INVESTIGATIONS

Culture Clash

Lawmakers revisit long-standing feud over new NASA approach to spaceflight

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DEFENSE

Slow Burn

Obama inches forward with new nuclear plan

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DEFENSE

Independent Thought

Defense remains one of the key talking points in debates about Scottish independence

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DEFENSE

Another KF-X Enemy

Critics question the viability of South Korea’s stealth fighter

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AIR TRANSPORT

Parker’s Deal

American, US Airways advance consolidation, but can mergers be as effective as Chapter 11?

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AIR TRANSPORT

Misleading Silence

Airlines slowly begin to plan for a summer without Boeing 787s

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AIR TRANSPORT

Next Steps

Boeing ‘feeling good’ about possible fix, but will scrutinized regulators agree to it?

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AIR TRANSPORT

Fueling Fears

Contamination of fuel is primary suspect in 737NG incidents

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