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Aviation Daily, September 12, 2019

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Lufthansa Blocks Last Row Of A320neo Seats; Cites CG Issues

Sep 11, 2019
Lufthansa no longer sells the last row of seats on its Airbus A320neos to address concerns about the aircraft’s center-of-gravity (CG) limitations.
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Muilenburg: Growing Regulatory Split Risks MAX Q4 Return Target

Sep 11, 2019
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg remains confident that regulators will clear the 737 MAX to fly again this year but suggests that the volume of requests and growing variance between regulators is making that target more difficult to meet.
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Cathay Pacific Passenger Traffic Hurt By Hong Kong Protests

Sep 11, 2019
Cathay Pacific is reporting substantial drops in passenger traffic for August—its first monthly results to detail the effects on demand from Hong Kong’s continuing civil unrest.
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Alitalia Rescue Business Plan Faces New Delays

Sep 11, 2019
A deadline for Alitalia’s rescue consortium to present a business plan looks set to be pushed back once again, the latest delay in a long-running bid to map out a relaunch strategy for the bankrupt airline.
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Virgin Atlantic CEO Calls For New Heathrow Slot Regime

Sep 05, 2019
UK long-haul airline Virgin Atlantic is calling for changes to London Heathrow’s slot regime that would allow it to grow from 30 to 160 slots when the third runway is built.
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Icelandair Feels Ongoing Pinch Of MAX Grounding

Sep 06, 2019
All-Boeing operator Icelandair is acknowledging the Boeing 737 MAX grounding as “a big challenge,” impacting the carrier’s financial performance, operational planning and efficiency.
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LATAM CEO Cueto To Step Down; CCO Alvo To Take Helm April 2020

Sep 11, 2019
Chile’s LATAM Airlines Group has announced longtime CEO Enrique Cueto will step down Mar. 31, 2020, to be replaced by current chief commercial officer (CCO) Roberto Alvo.

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