Airbus showcases strong H1 2019 results as profit, deliveries soar

Daily Newsletter | August 1, 2019
At the halfway mark of 2019, Airbus’ profits climbed high. The European aerospace giant ramped up the production rate of its most popular jet, increased total delivery numbers and saw a snowballing demand of its newest products.
Search continues for the pilot of a U.S. Navy F/A-18E Super Hornet jet that crashed in Death Valley National Park, California. The incident injured seven people on the ground. The status of the pilot is unknown.
By Gediminas Ziemelis
It is a well known fact that aviation business is an expensive pleasure. In order not to lose their space in the market by constantly increasing ticket prices, airlines take a different route and shift their focus on reducing operational costs to increase their profit.
By AIR Convention
Teleportation is not here yet, which means traveling over long distances across the globe still rhymes with slight discomfort. The good news is ‒ transportation industries keep topping themselves to show great scores of convenience at moving people between continents.
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