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Les compagnies aériennes ajoutent un siège de plus par rangée pour accroître leurs profits | Slate

Les compagnies aériennes ajoutent un siège de plus par rangée pour accroître leurs profits | Slate | Aviation | Scoop.it
Dans beaucoup d'avions gros porteurs, la répartition des sièges est la suivante: trois sièges à droite, trois au milieu, trois à gauche.
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Airbus Hunchback Beluga Plays Star Role in A350 Ramp-Up

Airbus Hunchback Beluga Plays Star Role in A350 Ramp-Up | Aviation | Scoop.it
Airbus SAS’s record aircraft output relies increasingly on a fleet of transport planes named after an arctic whale that help ferry large parts across Europe.
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Frightening in some way. What would they do if one, two or even three of these strategic assets weren't able to deliver plane parts from one spot or the other in Europe? Renting Antonovs?

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Porter's Five Forces Model - Example: Airline Industry

Porter's Five Forces Model - Example: Commercial Airline Industry In 1979, Harvard Business Review published How Competitive Forces Shape Strategy by a young...
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Unbelievable Photos Of The French Army's Monstrous New Warplane

Unbelievable Photos Of The French Army's Monstrous New Warplane | Aviation | Scoop.it
The A400M Atlas is almost here.
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Shutdown Keeps Some Airlines From Getting Their New Planes

Shutdown Keeps Some Airlines From Getting Their New Planes | Aviation | Scoop.it
New Airbuses for US Airways and JetBlue are stuck in Europe because the airlines can't register the craft at the FAA

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Delta Pilots fought against deal to replace iPad flight bags with Microsoft Surface

Delta Pilots fought against deal to replace iPad flight bags with Microsoft Surface | Aviation | Scoop.it
Microsoft's marketing coup in selling Delta Airlines its Surface 2 tablet for use as an Electronic Flight Bag in place of Apple's iPad created friction with the company's pilots, who "fought hard" against the deal.

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Massive Delta Airline deal for MS?  "We fought hard for iPad," a pilot working for the airline.  Techs had preference......warning.