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Airbus sees helicopter lift-off on energy crisis, military spend

By Tim Hepher MARIGNANE, France, Sept 16 (Reuters) - Airbus Helicopters AIR.PA expects new orders and deliveries to keep growing this year, its chief executive told Reuters, as a scramble for new energy supplies and higher military spending accelerate a recovery in the long-sluggish rotary-wing sector. Cushioned by critical public services, helicopter demand suffered less of a battering from COVID-19 than the grounded airline industry.

Boeing expects more orders from India as airlines boost capacity

By Aditi Shah NEW DELHI, Sept 1 (Reuters) - Boeing Co BA.N expects more orders for its planes from Indian airlines as they boost their capacity to keep pace with rising demand in the world's fastest-growing major aviation market, an executive said on Thursday. Airlines in India are expected to increase their capacity by at least 25% over the next year as post-pandemic air travel demand rebounds quickly, and long-term growth to settle at 7% annually, outpacing other top high-growth markets, Boein

UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Aug 31

Aug 31 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 .FTSE index is seen opening higher, with futures FFIc1 up 0.31% on Wednesday. * STRIKE: British rail staff are planning a nationwide 24-hour strike beginning on Sept. 26 over pay, job security and conditions, a union said, the latest in a wave of industrial unrest as inflation outpaces pay rises. * CO-OPERATIVE GROUP: Britain's Co-Operative Group 42TE.L said it had agreed to sell its petrol forecourt estate, comprising 129 sites, to supermarket rival Asda fo

AerCap sees planemaker production woes boosting lessors

* Travel rebound pushes Q2 revenue up 36% to $1.67 bln * Sees supply chain issues hitting planemakers for years * Predicts lessors share of deliveries to grow to 65% By Padraic Halpin and Tim Hepher DUBLIN/PARIS, Aug 11 (Reuters) - The world's largest aircraft lessor predicted on Thursday that planemakers will be hampered by supply chain issues for years, further slowing new jet deliveries and boosting leasing demand already benefiting from a rebound in air travel.

Ukraine and Russia: What you need to know right now

(CORRECTS paragraph 8 to remove erroneous reference to plans for Guterres to visit Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station. The Russian Defence Ministry referred to his visit to Ukraine, and did not say he planned to visit the plant.) Aug 18 (Reuters) - Ukrainian forces said they had beaten back a Russian attack in the southern region of Kherson, while shelling by Kremlin forces in Kharkiv in Ukraine's north killed seven people as the near six-month war grinds on with no let up in fighting.


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