Airlines instructed to check for cracks on Airbus A380 wings

Daily Newsletter | July 11, 2019
The EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) has ordered Airbus to inspect some of its older A380 superjumbos after cracks were detected on the wings of the airplanes. The list includes several of the world’s major airlines. EASA has called the issue a “potential unsafe condition”, meanwhile, Airbus assures that the safety of the world’s largest passenger jet has not been compromised.
Norwegian Air Shuttle, the Norwegian low-cost airline, announced the departure of its CEO and co-founder Bjørn Kjos in a surprise move.
Delta Air Lines presented the second quarter of 2019 financial results, calling them “record”. The airline achieved a net income growth of 23.6%, reaching $1.5 billion during the period. 
By Avion Express
During the first half of 2019 the largest narrow-body ACMI operator in the world Avion Express expanded its fleet and increased production results.
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