IFALPA Daily News – 23 January 2014‏


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The IFALPA Daily News is now available online.
Here are today’s top headlines. To read more, click on the title:
Air controllers call 5-day strike

French air traffic controllers have called a 5-day strike next week, from January 27-31, to coincide with

a two-day cross-Europe strike.

PAL delays Cambodian carrier plans

Philippine Airlines is deferring plans to invest in a new Cambodian carrier, according to a report in the

country’s Business World newspaper.

Aleppo Airport in war-torn Syria receives first flight for a year

According to online media reports, Aleppo Airport in war-torn Syria was reopened yesterday when the

first flight for a year landed.

Bombardier to cut 1,700 aerospace employees

Bombardier Inc. said Tuesday it would begin laying off 1,700 of its aerospace employees after announcing

last week a costly delay to its CSeries program and declining orders for its other aircraft puts pressure on

the company’s cash reserves.

World Cup Brazil flight delays to result in airline fines

Remote Amazon airports, new computer operating systems and too-short runways are among the

challenges for airlines including Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA (GOLL4) as they shuttle 3.6 million

people around Brazil during the World Cup soccer championship.

Airbus to fly A350 to Singapore show for first display

Airbus Group (AIR) will showcase its A350 aircraft in Singapore next month, the first full display of the

wide-body airliner at an international air show, as the planemaker seeks to build on Asian orders.