Airbus SE is working with Emirates, the biggest buyer of its A380 double-decker airliner, on a follow-up deal, which would bring much-needed relief to a program that’s running out of orders as carriers pick smaller more fuel-efficient aircraft, says Bloomberg
All incoming flights to the United States will be subject to new security screening procedures before takeoff, including both American citizens and foreigners possibly facing security interviews from airline employees, the U.S. government said Wednesday, reports Bloomberg.
It’s not that hard to see why the flying car never became the standard mode of transportation, writes Bloomberg. For one thing, the basic technology of vertical take-off and landing — which is required in order to avoid long runways — is fairly hard
Turkish Airlines said it expects measures barring laptops from the cabins of aircraft leaving Istanbul for the U.S. to be lifted Wednesday, while Emirates is counting on the curbs being removed from its Dubai hub soon, and Saudi Arabian Airlines predicts it will be free of the ban in two weeks, according to Bloomberg.
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Emirates, the world’s biggest long-haul airline, said measures barring laptops from the cabins of aircraft departing its Dubai base for the U.S. have been lifted, reports Bloomberg.
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Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said he may ban laptop computers in the cabins of all international flights into and out of the U.S. amid continuing terrorist threats to bring down airplanes, but that a final decision hadn’t been made, he told Bloomberg.
Anti-terrorist officials in the U.S. are considering expanding the restrictions on carrying electronic devices in airline cabins beyond the handful of Middle East airports currently covered, according to Bloomberg.
Saudi Aramco is seeking to boost its fuel-trading volume by more than a third as the world’s biggest crude exporter expands its capacity to refine oil to grab a bigger share of growing markets in Asia and Africa, reports Bloomberg.