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    Talking Point

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    Talking Point for one has made no bones in the past about questioning whether the A380 should be deemed a commercial success, and with an orderbook which seems to be shrinking rather than growing it’s obvious why we have our doubts.

    In July last year, when Airbus made the decision to cancel Skymark’s order for six of...

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    28/04/2015 - 10:48

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    Sarah-Jayne Russell
    24/04/2015 - 09:41
    Miami heat focused on technology

    It will come as no surprise to our seasoned readers to hear that the hottest topic at the MRO Americas event last week was not the 30°C temperatures outside, but the impact of new technologies on the provision of aircraft maintenance.

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