Adria Airways temporarily suspends flights

Daily Newsletter | September 24, 2019
The struggling Slovenian regional carrier has announced that its canceling almost all flights on September 24 and September 25. The fate of the airline will be revealed on September 25, at a press conference held by the Slovenian Civil Aviation Agency.
The final report on the Lion Air Flight JT610 incident is going to take a deeper look at Boeing and the software on board the 737 MAX. The Indonesian investigators are planning to release the report in October 2019.
The American aircraft manufacturer has delivered the first KCJ-130J to the French Air Force. This is the third out of four total C-130Js from an order dating 2016. The newest KCJ-130J will now allow the refueling of helicopters in-flight.
Boeing has started paying out compensations to those affected by the Ethiopian Airlines and Lion Air accidents. The initial $50 million out of the pledged $100 million will cover the needs of the families and local communities, according to the aircraft manufacturer.
After several incidents regarding low-pressure oxygen bottles on board Cathay’s aircraft, it seems like the investigation has identified the first two perpetrators. Cathay Pacific has terminated the employment of two flight attendants related to the latest Cathay Dragon low-pressure oxygen bottle incident.
By Paulius Jakutavicius
KlasJet has completed the latest refurbishment project on its newest Boeing 737-500. This is the seventh aircraft in the private and business charter airline’s fleet, which aims to grow further and is planning to introduce one more aircraft fairly soon.
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