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Britain may build a 50 billion-pound ($77 billion) airport on the mudflats of the Thames estuary instead of expanding London’s crowded Heathrow hub as the government examines how to meet burgeoning demand for flights.
Aircraft manufacturer Airbus’ chief executive Tom Enders, speaking at the company’s annual news conference in Hamburg, said that the firm would create up to 600 UK jobs this year.
The chief executive of Qatar Airways has said that the airline is embarking on a major push into the “under-served” African market, starting with entry into two key city airports made at the end of 2011.
European plane maker Airbus said Tuesday it had a record-breaking year in 2011, outselling Boeing for the ninth consecutive year. Outgoing chief of parent company EADS announced the creation of 9,000 new jobs in 2012.
HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Approximately $100,000 worth of incentives to help add 150 aviation jobs to the Grand Strand will be up for vote again at next Tuesday’s Horry County Council meeting.
Washington State inspires envy all over the globe for the large and growing number of high-wage jobs located in the Puget Sound region.
The Communications Workers of America (CWA) union is taking aim at a pair of vulnerable House Republicans for backing a controversial provision in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reauthorization bill.
Oak Island facility wins $3.65 million grant for next step in expansion plan