IFALPA Daily News – 1 August 2013
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Here are today’s top headlines. To read more, click on the title:
Qantas passengers hit by gastric illness
Medical authorities in Australia treated 22 passengers on Thursday for a mystery gastric illness after
they became ill on a Qantas flight from Chile, Qantas said.
British Airways challenges rugby player Bryan Habana to race Airbus A380
In 2007, South African rugby player Bryan Habana famously raced a cheetah and won, now British
Airways has challenged Habana to take on its new A380 air bus.
Tasty turtle denied boarding at airport in China
The smuggler, named only as Mr Li, was stopped at China’s Guangzhou’s international airport.
Jobs cuts possible as EADS changes name to Airbus
EADS will take the name Airbus and target higher profits by combining military and space units, the
group confirmed on Wednesday, in a move that could involve job cuts.
Czech Airlines aims to fly high after stake is sold
Czech Airlines (ČSA) could see significant benefits from its tie-up with Korean Air, an analyst has said
after the Asian carrier’s purchase of a 44 percent share in the Prague-based carrier was finalized.