Aviation Wrap: Boeing’s $74m 737 MAX relief, Emirates helps Arsenal prepare for EPL run in with Dubai training camp + MORE!
When writing this week’s Aviation Wrap, we could have sworn the sound of airplanes taking off was in the air. On second appraisal, we discovered it was just tinnitus.
Coronavirus: More cases confirmed on cruise, IATA head acknowledges role of aviation in spread of disease
Yet another cruise ship has been quarantined as the aviation industry offers best practice advice for avoiding infection. Hot tip: leave the masks and gloves at home.
Aviation Wrap: Air Canada’s new seasonal services, Singapore Airlines gets new route, Air New Zealand Nelson lounge opens + MORE!
Please stow your tray table and be sure your seat is in an upright position as we prepare to bombard you with all the latest updates, sales and general tat from direct from the aviation industry.
Flight Centre’s FCM becomes first global TMC to achieve Level 4 NDC certification
Here’s some news about the NDC… the new distribution capability, that is. Not the Nimbin District Choir or the Nordic Diving Club.
New treaty seeks to crack down on unruly plane passengers
Tired of reading about passengers going on drunken rampages? We’re sure this news will be music to your ears.
Boeing to front big lawsuit from disgruntled pilots over 737 MAX, as American extends cancellations
by Christian Fleetwood
Almost 3,000 pilots from 12 international airlines have joined a class action fronted by an Australian law firm against Boeing.
IATA chief urges continued, coordinated effort from safety regulators for Boeing 737 MAX re-entry
by Christian Fleetwood
Following its second Boeing 737 MAX Summit, the International Air Transport Association has urged continued cooperation between state safety regulators to return the jet to service.
More Boeing drama as it reveals other 737 aircraft parts could be faulty
The grey hairs are really starting to appear on the heads of Boeing execs following this latest revelation.
EXCUSE US? Qatar CEO says only a man can do his job
by Ali Coulton
The only saving grace of this incident is human-ray-of-sunshine and diversity champion, Alan Joyce stepping in to try and smooth things over.
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