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    Reported record first quarter 2015 net profit of $1.2 billion excluding net special charges, tripling the Company's first quarter 2014 net profit of $402 million excluding net special credits
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    Record first quarter net income, excluding special items1, of $451 million, or $.66 per diluted share, compared with first quarter 2014 net income, excluding special items, of $126 million, or $.18 per diluted share. This represented a 266.7 percent increase from first quarter 2014 and exceeded the First Call consensus estimate of $.65 per diluted share.
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    Market Analysis Shows Potential for International Consolidation across the Airline Industry
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    IATA urged the National Congress of Brazil to observe global best practices should it undertake an amendment of Brazil's laws regarding air crew duty and flight time requirements.
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    Titus Johnson is appointed Vice President North America & Caribbean for Thomas Cook Group Airlines. In his new role, he is responsible for further developing the Thomas Cook Group Airlines revenues, brands and presence in the region.
    MSC Divina to Sail Year-Round from Miami due to Significant Growth in Market and Strong Consumer Demand
    IATA will host the second annual Cabin Operations Safety Conference, 5-7 May 2015 in Paris. It is an opportunity for stakeholders to address current and emerging safety challenges through a sharing of expertise based on global standards and best practices.
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