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Singapore Day One Wrap

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Good morning once again from Singapore. My internal clock is slowly figuring out which part of the world it's in and I wanted to give a small overview of what went on yesterday. You can keep track of all the goings on during the day at this main Singapore Air Show site that Flightglobal.com is running which pools everything including photos, videos, news stories and my blog posts.

Garuda orders four 777-300ERs, seven 737-800s, and converted orders for 18 737-700s to -800s and six 777-200ERs to -300ERs
Lion Air orders 56 more 737-900ER, total ordered: 179
Fuel pump glitch grounds Singapore Airlines A380
Korean Air orders three more A380s
EgyptAir orders six more E-170s
Bombardier hopes for CSeries launch this year
Eclipse breaks into India with very light jet deal
New engine architectures needed to meet airline demands: CFM

Also, check out my first article for Flight International Magazine:
Second 787 could overtake first as production progresses
By Jon Ostrower

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