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    Talking Point

    Plummeting fuel prices and a strengthening US economy have meant bumper profits for US airlines in recent years, leading to widespread concerns that carriers would repeat past mistakes and over-expand.

    Keen to dispel the scent of hubris that follows almost every airline on the up, chief executives lined up to reassure investors that lessons had been learned and that any new capacity would be added cautiously.

    So cautious, in fact, that the US Justice Department is now investigating the four largest carriers – American, Delta, Southwest and United – to discover if they...

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    Guest Blog

    01/05/2015 - 11:40
    The impact of the $9.2bn Rolls-Royce-Emirates deal on UK aerospace

    In an exclusive blog for MRO Network, UK aerospace trade organisation ADS discusses how the recent $9.2bn Rolls-Royce and Emirates Trent 900 engine and TotalCare deal could impact on the UK aerospace sector.

    The recent announcement that Emirates Airline has selected Rolls-Royce to provide engines for 50 of the carrier’s A380 superjumbo jets is great news for Rolls-Royce, and better news for the UK economy.

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