Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Qatar Airways puts in a order to buy 80 A350 XWB

05/28/2007:
Qatar Airways puts in a order to buy 80 A350 XWB long-range planes from Airbus SAS worth $16 billion. The plans are to be equipped with engines made by Rolls-Royce Group. Delivery of the Airbus A350 will begin in 2013. Boeing has beaten Airbus so far for the new bigger planes with about 567 order with Airbus having about 13. Airbus is based in Toulouse, France. Singapore Airlines Ltd has also places an order for 20 A350 XWBs and Russia's OAO Aeroflot to buy 22 A350s.

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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Egyptian treat a women believed to be infected with the virus

Egyptian treat a women believed to be infected with the virus
Date: 03/21/2006
Egyptian treat a women believed to be infected with the virus. This would be the country's third case in less than a week. Egypt's three suspected cases come from Qaloubiyah governorate. The woman in the latest case had handled infected birds and had slaughtered some of them earlier this month.

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Pakistan confirms bird flu

Pakistan confirms bird flu
Date: 03/21/2006
Pakistan on Tuesday became the latest country to confirm bird flu in two poultry flocks late last month was the H5N1 strain. Fears are growing the H5N1 flu virus will mutate and pass easily from one person to another but for the moment it remains hard for people to catch it from infected birds.

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Bird flu killed five young people in Azerbaijan

Bird flu killed five young people in Azerbaijan
Date: 03/21/2006
on Tuesday the World Health Organization said that bird flu has killed five young people in Azerbaijan and that it was investigating whether some of the victims could have been infected collecting feathers from dead swans.

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Deadly bird flu found in Czech swans

Deadly bird flu found in Czech swans
Date: 04/27/2006
Czech Republic authorities say 12 cases of bird flu found in dead wild swans have been confirmed to be the deadly H5N1 strain of the virus. Thirteen EU countries have now had confirmed outbreaks of bird flu, which has killed more than 100 people in Asia since 2003.

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