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PARIS - Shares in Air France-KLM fell around 8 percent on Friday after the Franco-Dutch airline group issued its third profit warning since July and announced new belt-tightening.
PARIS - Hawaiian Airlines has confirmed an order for six Airbus A330-800neo aircraft worth $1.5 billion (958 million pounds) at list prices, swapping them for a previous A350 order, the planemaker said on Friday.
BRUSSELS - The Netherlands, Poland and Norway are to negotiate with Airbus to buy four military in-flight refuelling planes, European defence officials said on Friday.
DUESSELDORF, Germany - Lufthansa has rejected demands by pilots to discuss via mediation its plans to expand its low-cost operations, the German flagship carrier said on Friday, drawing new battle lines that could herald further costly strikes.
PARIS - Shares in Air France-KLM opened down more than 7 percent on Friday after the Franco-Dutch airline group issued its third profit warning since July and announced new cost cuts.
LONDON/DUBLIN - Aer Lingus has rejected a takeover approach from the owner of British Airways , which is keen to gain control of the Irish airline's slots at London's Heathrow Airport.
DUBLIN - Aer Lingus this week rejected a takeover bid from British Airways owner IAG because it "fundamentally undervalued" the business, the Irish airline said on Thursday.
LISBON - The Portuguese government moved on Thursday to halt a four-day strike at the TAP national airline planned for the busy Christmas period, invoking special powers that allow dismissal or in some cases criminal charges against strikers.
LONDON - Airlines will get a rebate on their fees to Britain's National Air Traffic Service (NATS) to compensate them for a computer failure last week which disrupted hundreds of flights.