Daily Memo: Three Issues Created Or Exacerbated By United Flight 328
The immediate fallout from United Airlines Flight 328—the Boeing 777-200 that had one of its Pratt & Whitney 4077 engines fail and shower a Denver-area neighborhood with parts on Feb. 20—falls into three categories of varying complexity.
Norwegian To Cancel Orders For 88 A320s In Restructuring Bid
Norwegian Air Shuttle has agreed with Airbus to cancel outstanding orders for 88 A320 family aircraft, as the carrier makes progress toward presenting a restructuring plan that it hopes will secure its future.
European Travel Bodies Call For Coordinated Recovery Strategy
PARIS—Organizations representing airports, airlines and the tourism sector are calling on European tourism ministers to work together to establish a strategy for post-pandemic travel recovery in the region.
Delta Air Lines to return all pilots to active status by October, Australia approves MAX flights and four airlines seek to enter the Colombian market. Take a look at the daily roundup of air transport news.
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