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Sangram Vajre, Co-Founder & Chief Evangelist at Terminus is also an author and host of the podcast FlipmyFunnel. He is one of the leading minds in B2B marketing. MEDIA 7: What are you passionate about? SANGRAM VAJRE: Three things: Lead professionally. Grow personally. Love family. M7: Terminus has been recognized as one of Georgia’s 40 fastest-growing companies by ACG Atlanta. What factors contribute to this pace? SV: One of our core values i...

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Alaska Airlines | July 06, 2020

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Alaska Airlines has raised over $1.1 billion through the issuance of Equipment Notes secured by 61 aircraft. The airline will use the money for general corporate purposes to help it weather the current crisis. This comes as the airline charts a path forward to remain competitive and preserve liquidity....

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CATHAY PACIFIC SIGNS AGREEMENT WITH AIRBUS TO DEFER AIRCRAFT DELIVERIES, BOEING NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUES

Cathay Pacific Group | July 22, 2020

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As a cash preservation measure, Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific revealed today that it had signed an agreement with Airbus to defer deliveries of its A350-900s, A350-1000s, and A321neos. The airline is in advanced negotiations to delay the order of its Boeing 777-9s as well. In its official prospectus sent to Simple Flying, the delayed deliveries are expected to “produce cash savings to the Cathay Pacific Group in the short to medium term.” The prospectus is for the ai...

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Boeing | September 07, 2020

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The Federal Aviation Administration is reviewing quality-control lapses at Boeing that could stretch back almost a decade, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, citing an internal government memo and people familiar with the matter. The review piles onto the numerous regulatory issues Boeing has faced in the wake of two crashes involving its 737 Max planes that killed all 346 people onboard the two flights. Since then, Boeing has faced renewed scrutiny over its safety standards and manufactur...

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terminud` | March 31, 2020

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TEST Q&A SANGRAM VAJRE

Sangram Vajre, Co-Founder & Chief Evangelist at Terminus is also an author and host of the podcast FlipmyFunnel. He is one of the leading minds in B2B marketing. MEDIA 7: What are you passionate about? SANGRAM VAJRE: Three things: Lead professionally. Grow personally. Love family. M7: Terminus has been recognized as one of Georgia’s 40 fastest-growing companies by ACG Atlanta. What factors contribute to this pace? SV: One of our core values i...

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Alaska Airlines | July 06, 2020

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ALASKA AIRLINES RAISES OVER $1 BILLION OF FINANCIAL HELP IN CRISIS

Alaska Airlines has raised over $1.1 billion through the issuance of Equipment Notes secured by 61 aircraft. The airline will use the money for general corporate purposes to help it weather the current crisis. This comes as the airline charts a path forward to remain competitive and preserve liquidity....

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Cathay Pacific Group | July 22, 2020

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CATHAY PACIFIC SIGNS AGREEMENT WITH AIRBUS TO DEFER AIRCRAFT DELIVERIES, BOEING NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUES

As a cash preservation measure, Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific revealed today that it had signed an agreement with Airbus to defer deliveries of its A350-900s, A350-1000s, and A321neos. The airline is in advanced negotiations to delay the order of its Boeing 777-9s as well. In its official prospectus sent to Simple Flying, the delayed deliveries are expected to “produce cash savings to the Cathay Pacific Group in the short to medium term.” The prospectus is for the ai...

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Boeing | September 07, 2020

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FAA REVIEWS BOEING DREAMLINER QUALITY-CONTROL LAPSES AFTER PRODUCTION PROBLEMS, WSJ REPORTS

The Federal Aviation Administration is reviewing quality-control lapses at Boeing that could stretch back almost a decade, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, citing an internal government memo and people familiar with the matter. The review piles onto the numerous regulatory issues Boeing has faced in the wake of two crashes involving its 737 Max planes that killed all 346 people onboard the two flights. Since then, Boeing has faced renewed scrutiny over its safety standards and manufactur...

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