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1. 2010-12-25 Conditions improve at European airports Charles de Gaulle, Paris
2. 2010-12-24 Paris cancels half of flights Charles de Gaulle, Paris
3. 2010-12-19 Severe weather snarls Europe travel Heathrow, London
E. 2010-10-16 Paris airport fuel running short Charles de Gaulle, Paris
F. 2010-02-23 French air traffic controllers went on strike France
2007-02-28 Airbus to cut 10,000 jobs France
H. 2006-07-02 EADS and Airbus bosses both quit Paris
8. 2005-08-29 Banned airlines lists published France

EADS and Airbus bosses both quit  Paris: The co-chief of Airbus parent company, Noel Forgeard, has resigned in the wake of an insider trading scandal Banned airlines lists published  Belgium and France have published separate blacklists of airlines banned from their territory on safety grounds Air show opens with Airbus  Paris: The A380 super-jumbo has completed its first display flight at the opening of the air show Airbus confirms super-jumbo delay  Deliveries of forthcoming A380 super-jumbo will be delayed by 6 months Airbus A380 completes test flight
Conditions improve at European airports Map of Charles de Gaulle France  Paris: Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris was rebounding after hundreds of flights were canceled because of a shortage of de-icing fluid Paris cancels half of flights Map of Charles de Gaulle France  Part of airport was evacuated due to the snow on the roof, and hundreds of flights were canceled because of a shortage of de-icing fluid Severe weather snarls Europe travel   London: Heathrow might allow three planes to land. Charles de Gaulle airport told travelers to expect two-hour delays and cancellation of a quarter of... Paris airport fuel running short Map of Charles de Gaulle France  France's main airport, Charles de Gaulle, has enough fuel to last only a few days, amid strikes against government plans French air traffic controllers went on strike  Labor unrest continued to roll across Europe despite the suspension of a strike by Lufthansa pilots after just one day   A380 makes first passenger flight    Singapore: The world's largest passenger plane has taken off on its first commercial flight, from Singapore to Sydney Airbus to cut 10,000 jobs

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  CEO Louis Gallois announced the restructuring plan: 10,000 jobs cut over four years; 4,300 in France, 3,700 in Germany

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  The world's largest passenger plane was circling the Bay of Biscay before returning to base

  Southern France: The Airbus A380 has been introduced near the city of Toulouse, in the presence of 4 European leaders

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Dec.24 Terror fears cancel Air France flights to LA  The decision came after consultation between U.S. and French authorities May.27 Air chaos as France strikes  80% of French flights are cancelled as air traffic controllers strike against pension reforms Apr.9   Concorde services to end October
  London: British Airways and Air France plan to stop the flights because they are not making enough money

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Nov.7   Concorde back in business
  Paris: Air France Concorde, with 92 passengers took off from Paris for the flight to New York
Sep.5   Concorde cleared to fly  England: Concorde to resume commercial flights after modifications are carried on a plane-by-plane basis Aug.24   French Concorde makes test flight  Paris: Concorde took off from Paris and flew out over the Atlantic to verify technical systems Aug.15 Air chiefs push for Concorde return  England: Airbus UK and Airbus France are seeking permission to resume passenger flights Apr.17 Concorde tests new tyres  Concorde with newly designed tyres flew to a military base to undergo tests Feb.2 Concorde completes safety tests  The supersonic jetliners could fly again after a series of positive runway tests Jan.18 Concorde flies again

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Dec.17 Concorde to fly again
Dec.8 Airbus grounds jets Jun. 5, 1783 First fire balloon ascent by Montgolfier Brothers Map of Annonay France
  Southern France: The brothers succeeded in launching the first manned ascent, carrying Étienne into the sky. Their father Pierre was elevated to the nobility

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