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Eddington

Sir Arthur Stanley. 1882--1944, English astronomer and physicist, noted for his research on the motion, internal constitution, and luminosity of stars and for his elucidation of the theory of relativity
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Mr Eddington said: 'To maintain our position as a world-leading airline, we must reduce our costs so we can invest in our products and people.
In a newspaper interview published Sunday (5 October) in El Pais, Eddington said that the airline would wait to see how European Union regulators digest the alliance between Air France and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and how the structure works.
Mr Eddington was at the airport at the weekend -- along with other company directors -- working alongside staff and speaking to passengers.
Eddington claimed Nipper's face had been injured in an attack by other cats and that he had noticed swollen and eroding tissue but did not think the cat was suffering because she was still eating.
AU) (OTCBB: ANZBY) is set to drop its plans to appoint Rod Eddington as its next chairman, with ANZ board member John Morschel contending as a replacement chairman, the Sydney Morning Herald has reported.
Eddington sought to forge his own way and was strongly criticized by both camps for his efforts.
Anyway, apart from the rising cost of fuel Eddington has other major worries, what with the threat of strike action by 8,000 baggage handlers and check-in staff.
Mr Eddington added that its two-year business plan aimed at saving pounds 450m by March 2005 was on track.
Eddington said: 'Our year-end results suggest we are on the road to recovery.
And, you know, there's an outside chance that the best 3-year-old could be sitting on the sidelines on Derby day just because of the way things have unfolded,'' said Mark Hennig, who fears his colt Eddington could end up being that unfortunate 3-year-old.
THE chief executive of British Airways, Rod Eddington, reaffirmed his airline's commitment to Birmingham Airport as a key part of its future strategy.
The airline's managing director, Rod Eddington, said that the accord would benefit airlines and their customers.