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December 8, 2016, 9:40 AM

Airline Profits Set To Peak In 2016 then Slip in 2017, Says IATA

Total profits for IATA member airlines will be lower than anticipated in 2016 at $35.6 billion, with rising oil prices set to dent figures for 2017.

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Following a certification and verification process, the European Commission approved the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (Egnos) “safety-
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Department of Transportation Inspector General (IG) Calvin Scovel III told Congress that technical problems continue to plague the en route automation mode
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