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  • Similarly, and despite significant improvements since hitting bottom in 2009, GM has some work to do before it can regain a good reputation fleet-wide.

    The Worst Cars On The Road

  • Similarly, and despite significant improvements since hitting bottom in 2009, GM has some work to do before it can regain a good reputation fleet-wide.

    The Worst Cars On The Road

  • Previously, a spokeswoman for United, a unit of United Continental Holdings Inc., said that the May incident prompted a fleet-wide inspection and the carrier "implemented enhancements to the maintenance program" that went "beyond what was required "by FAA directives.

    FAA Studies Jet Windshield Fires

  • But such bulletins aren't binding on carriers, and Boeing left it up to individual airlines to determine whether fleet-wide replacements were warranted.

    Report Highlights Potential Perils of Boeing Windshields

  • A spokeswoman for Boeing reiterated that "no fleet-wide action has been identified," but said the company will take "appropriate action" if warranted by the investigation.

    Mystery Still Surrounds Cause of Rupture Aboard Southwest Jet

  • Later in the decade, the company installed fleet-wide satellite communications, enabling it to know where its trucks were at any given moment.

    Executive Helped Shape Modern Trucking Industry

  • We hope to drive awareness of VA's fleet-wide Wi-Fi, touchpad food and drink ordering, seat-to-seat e-chats.

    Fly Girls: TV series follows flight attendants at home and in the air

  • A spokeswoman for United, a unit of United Continental Holdings Inc., said the airline "took immediate action by performing a fleet-wide inspection" after the May 2010 incident and "implemented enhancements to the maintenance program" that went "beyond what was required by" FAA safety directives.

    Report Highlights Potential Perils of Boeing Windshields

  • But Engelman says efficient driving has always been foremost for the company since it first made cars under the Porsche name in 1948 (it has seen a fleet-wide fuel efficiency improvement of 12% since 1995.) "If you go back to the 1950s and you look at the 550 Spyders, they won races against cars that had a lot more horsepower or were a lot heavier," he says.

    Porsche's High-Performance Hybrids

  • But Engelman says efficient driving has always been foremost for the company since it first made cars under the Porsche name in 1948 (it has seen a fleet-wide fuel efficiency improvement of 12% since 1995.) "If you go back to the 1950s and you look at the 550 Spyders, they won races against cars that had a lot more horsepower or were a lot heavier," he says.

    Porsche's High-Performance Hybrids

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