Azur Air hard landing mistaken for exercise in Russia; 56 injured

Daily Newsletter | September 26, 2019
An Azur Air Boeing 767 was evacuated after one of the landing gears caught fire upon landing in West Siberia. Out of the 56 people injured, one had to be taken to the hospital with serious injuries:
The European conglomerate has been a target of several cyberattacks in the last year, according to reports. While the location of the attacker is unclear, security sources have indicated that these attacks might have originated from China.
Just shortly after BALPA canceled their strike, Ryanair seems to be handing them a reason to call upon industrial action once again. The Irish airline told UK-based pilots to explore their options, as potential job cuts are coming in the winter:
International Airlines Group, the parent company of British Airways, have indicated that the severe operational disruptions during these past few months will put a dent in the group’s projected profit numbers in FY2019:
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