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    Talking Point

    Booms, busts, bankruptcies and mergers have transformed the airline industry in the past decade, but radical change is best assessed against a constant, and our standard candle has been a failing Alitalia.

    The Italian flag carrier’s travails have sucked in numerous would-be rescuers, from priapic waxwork Silvio Berlusconi to misguided business consortia, and from Air France-KLM to – most recently – Abu Dhabi-based Etihad.

    All the to and fro has created some highly unstable relationships, and matters came to a head this week with Alitalia’s decision to terminate its European...

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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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