ANA All Nippon Airways suffers flaming engine problem

AeroTime Daily News | December 20, 2019
The last Boeing 737NG to be assembled for an airline left the final assembly line of Renton sporting the KLM Royal Dutch Airlines livery. From now on the 737NG variants produced will be exclusively for the military: the P-8 Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft and the E-7 Airborne early warning and control aircraft.
After running into multiple delays, the expansion of the United Kingdom’s busiest airport, London Heathrow International Airport (LHR), was pushed back once again. The British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) denied permission for the airport to increase spending, delaying the project by another 12 months. Work is estimated to be finished by early 2028 or late 2029.
ANA All Nippon Airways flight en route from Fukuoka to Tokyo had to turn around and land at its departing airport after one of Boeing 767 engines caught fire during the climb.
The Bureau of Enquiry and Analysis for State Aviation Safety (BEA-É) published its final report regarding the crash of a French Mirage 2000D during a low-altitude training flight in January 2019, that killed two flight crew members.
With the final days of the year, Airbus has inked what could possibly be one of the last orders of 2019. Cebu Pacific Air, a Philippine low-cost carrier, confirmed that it will order 15 Airbus A320neo family aircraft: five A320 and 10 A321XLR aircraft.

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