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World warming to greener train travelupdated: Mon Jan 11 2010 06:53:00

Take more trains and fewer planes. That's what Sarah Kendrew pledged to herself a few years ago. An astronomer at the Netherlands' Leiden Observatory, she travels frequently to nearby countries on business -- and prefers to not leave vapor trails in the sky when doing so. Boeing Lands $9B Emirates Jetliner Orderupdated: Mon Jul 14 2008 14:00:00

The world's largest air show opened Monday with several new orders for Boeing Co. and aerospace executives upbeat about the future of the industry despite high fuel prices and the credit crisis

Fortune: The Little Aircraft Company That Couldupdated: Mon Nov 14 2005 00:01:00

Robert Milton had barely heard of Mauricio Botelho when a small box arrived on his desk in April 2001. The return address read São José dos Campos, Brazil. Milton, then CEO of Air Canada, slit open the box and pulled out a hand-sized DVD player. He flipped it open, turned it on, and felt the disk start to spin. Up on the screen popped the face of a man wearing gold-framed glasses and an impish smile. "Hello, Robert," the man said. It was Botelho, the CEO of Brazilian airplane manufacturer Embraer, saying he'd like Air Canada to buy a few of his new planes. At that moment, the virtual Botelho said, a truck was making the rounds in North America, carrying a mockup of the interior for a family of planes that could seat 70 to 118 passengers, with no middle seats. "Mr. Milton," Botelho said, "we'd love it if you'd just take a look." Milton thought this was a little nuts. Air Canada's headquarters in Montreal are next door to the headquarters of Bombardier, Embraer's arch foe in the regional-jet market. How cou

China plane crash kills 54updated: Sun Nov 21 2004 21:35:00

A commuter jet has crashed into a frozen lake in northern China seconds after takeoff, killing all 53 people aboard and one on the ground.

Business 2.0: The Essentials of Private Jetiquette Hitching a ride on a Gulfstream? Better know your p's and q's.updated: Sat Feb 01 2003 00:01:00

In the old days, the rules were simple. Rock stars and oil barons flew on private jets; you did not. Today, fractional ownership programs have made private jet travel slightly more democratic. Ther...

Fortune: The Snap-Together Business Jet Bombardier's new recipe: a dozen big pieces, four days to assemble them, and updated: Mon Jan 21 2002 00:01:00

The flags hang high above the assembly line, starting at the rear with the Stars and Stripes and progressing forward through Canada's Maple Leaf and the banners of Germany, Austria, Australia, Fran...

Money Magazine: Planes, Trains And Snowmobiles Bombardier is a stock that's on the move.updated: Tue Dec 01 1998 00:01:00

What company is the world's largest producer of regional jets and personal watercraft, North America's leading maker of passenger railcars, and in a dead heat to be the world's No. 1 in snowmobiles...

Fortune: A NEW EXECUTIVE JET DOGFIGHT LOOMS updated: Mon May 30 1994 00:01:00

The corporate jet, essentially a 1960s U.S. invention, has largely remained a trapping peculiar to American corporate culture ever since, with 50% to 75% of the market for such planes residing in N...

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