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Articles from Airline Industry Information (September 14, 2004)

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Alabama pension fund's US Airways investment in limbo. Brief Article 151
Alitalia locked in talks with unions as deal moves closer. Brief Article 164
Alitalia pilots agree to pay cut and increase in flying hours. Brief Article 146
Analysts say Hong Kong air market being hampered by mainland airports. Brief Article 156
Bankrupt airlines threaten US pension insurance scheme. Brief Article 159
Bombardier and Embraer owed USD2.5bn by US Airways. Brief Article 112
China's budget airline market eyed by Singapore's A-Sonic Aerospace. Brief Article 139
Delta Air Lines meets with bankruptcy lawyers and continues talks with pilots. Brief Article 134
EU offers to cut Airbus subsidies if US cuts aid to Boeing. Brief Article 139
Frankfurt Airport reports increase in passenger traffic. Brief Article 85
Iberia reports fall in passenger numbers due to low-cost competition. Brief Article 129
Iberia's cost cutting plan on target. Brief Article 119
Investment group reveals Hawaiian Airlines bankruptcy plan. Brief Article 158
Israeli aviation authority believes capacity deal can be struck with European airlines. Brief Article 147
Judge dismisses privacy suit against Northwest Airlines. Brief Article 123
KLM, Continental and Northwest Airlines join SkyTeam. Brief Article 108
NEW SERVICES. Brief Article 120
Norway's air traffic controller Avinor AS plans price cuts - report. Brief Article 100
Orient Thai Airways to fly to Scandinavia. Brief Article 105
Research shows over half of business passengers want to use mobile phones in flight. Brief Article 100
South African Airways not for sale despite huge loss. Brief Article 120
US Airways returns 23 aircraft to lessors. Brief Article 115
US Airways seeks to restore confidence in its services. Brief Article 96
US Airways to skip USD110m pension payment. Brief Article 155

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