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Airbus Group Shares Drop 3.8% to 61 Euros

Airbus Group Shares Drop 3.8% to 61 Euros

Shares of Airbus Group on Monday dropped after the crash of an A400M military plane that left investors in anxiety over Europe's largest and heavily delayed defense project.

Airbus Group Posts Profit of 792 Million Euros in First Quarter

Airbus Group Posts Profit of 792 Million Euros in First Quarter

Airbus Group, Europe's largest aerospace group, said that its profits have increased in the first quarter.

National Air Traffic Services makes time-lapse video of UK’s Air Traffic

National Air Traffic Services makes time-lapse video of UK’s Air Traffic

Thousands of planes fly in and out of the United Kingdom every day.

Air France Withdraws Plan to transfer Activities after Prolonged Strike by Pilots

Air France Withdraws Plan to transfer Activities after Prolonged Strike by Pilot

Air France-KLM has withdrawn a plan because of persisting strike by its pilots, said French Transport Minister Alain Vidalies on Wednesday.

Airbus to sell few Business Units to improve focus

Airbus to sell few Business Units to improve focus

Airbus Group has disclosed its plans to sell a series of business units as its defense and space division is shifting its focus on military aircraft, missiles, satellites and their launch vehicles.

Lufthansa Pilots to go on Strike on Tuesday

Lufthansa Pilots to go on Strike on Tuesday

Lufthansa pilots will go on an eight-hour strike on Tuesday, said union Vereinigung Cockpit on Monday. The strike is intended to mount the pressure on Lufthansa over an early retirement scheme.

Increased Drug use among Pilots led to More Crashes from 1990 to 2012

Increased Drug use among Pilots led to More Crashes from 1990 to 2012

A study conducted by National Transportation Safety Board on pilots killed in plane crashes since 1990 shows increased use of drugs, both legal and illegal.

Frills coming fast for a No-Frills Airline

Frills coming fast for a No-Frills Airline

Ryanair, an Irish low-cost airline, has announced a new, flexible business-class service on Wednesday.

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Researchers discover a gene that can make human brain sensitive to pain

Reporting a momentous new discovery, an international team of researchers claims to have found a gene which can play a significant role in making human brain sensitive to pain. The discovery of the gene by researchers comes after a study of people who are unable to feel pain.

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