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Oct 1, 2007 Alpine Air Express Alpine Air Express announced that its operating subsidiary, Alpine Aviation, a leading provider of regional air cargo transport and logistics services, stated in its 10-QSB that the Company increased its income before taxes and preferred stock dividends to $767,939 for the third quarter in 2007. Sep 24, 2007

Boeing

Boeing forecasts a $2.8 trillion worldwide market for new commercial airplanes over the next 20 years and projects a need for approximately 28,600 new commercial airplanes (passenger and freighter), doubling the world fleet by 2026. The vast majority of these new airplanes will be in the single-aisle (90 seats and above) and twin-aisle (200-400 seats) categories. Sep 27, 2007 Boeing, Air France, Ocean Airlines The first of six ex-Air France Boeing 747-200Fs is about to enter service with Italian cargo airline Ocean Airlines. Sep 28, 2007 FedEx

Shares of airfreight forwarders closed mostly higher Tuesday after the Federal Aviation Administration cleared all airline traffic within 250 miles of Memphis, Tenn., where FedEx Corp. is based, due to an air traffic control communications equipment failure. Sep 25, 2007

FedEx FedEx Corp. shareholders may vote Monday to separate the role of chairman and chief executive officer at the company's annual meeting. Sep 24, 2007 FedEx, Harrah's Entertainment FedEx Corp. shareholders reelected all 12 director nominees and elected Harrah's Entertainment CEO Gary Loveman to a one-year term during its annual meeting Monday. Sep 24, 2007 Polar Air Cargo Polar Air Cargo was granted authority to double its weekly frequencies to Japan. The six new frequencies cannot be used to serve Tokyo, where Polar...

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