Credit: BoeingBoeing is conducting taxi and final system tests of the 777-9 at its Everett, Washington site where, depending on weather and other factors, it hopes to conduct the long-awaited first flight of its new long-range 777X flagship family as early as Jan. 23.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonThe Civil Aviation Committee of Kazakhstan has rejected an appeal by Bek Air, which called the suspension of the airline’s air operator’s certificate illegal after its Fokker 100 crash at Almaty Dec. 27, 2019.
Credit: Hong Kong Centre for Health ProtectionThe Chinese health authority has reported a threefold spike in confirmed cases of the Wuhan pneumonia, now known as the Wuhan coronavirus, prompting tighter actions from air travel stakeholders around the globe.
Credit: Rob FinlaysonDelta Airlines CEO Ed Bastian said management expects delivery of 80 new aircraft in 2020, as the Atlanta-based carrier looks to replenish its aging fleet of more than 900 aircraft.
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