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Aviation News Rundown: quarterly earnings reports and DOT's aviation committee

by GlobalAir.com 17. May 2010 17:31
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The news comes quickly, albeit delayed, to begin the workweek / close out Monday:

Both Gulfstream and Cirrus Aircraft reported positive news in first-quarter earnings reports.  Gulfstream CEO Jay Johnson said its 2010 revenues through March finished 15 percent higher than during the pervious quarter, which closed out 2009.

Meanwhile, Cirrus said via the General Aviation Manufacturers Association that it delivered 53 aircraft in the first quarter, a 36 percent boost from a year ago.

The U.S. Department of Transportation released more details about its “Future of Aviation Advisory Committee.” An initial meeting will take place May 25. Executives from Cessna, JetBlue, Goodrich Corporation and Boeing are among those appointed to the panel.

Finally, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) recently touted being named among the most efficient of the largest American airports. It comes as no surprise that part of the success is attributed to the generally fair weather experienced in the area.

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