BREAKING | Dutch authorities name four suspects in MH17 crash

Daily Newsletter | June 19, 2019
The Dutch authorities are charging four suspects in Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash case, the joint investigation team (JIT) reveals, noting that the move marks the beginning of the Dutch criminal proceedings.
Meanwhile, at Le Bourget
Three days after it was officially presented to the public at Paris Air Show, the A321XLR already racks up 191 orders. Qantas was the first to place an order on June 19, 2019, for 36 A321XLR, including 26 as a reconversion of an existing order of A321neo.
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According to Boeing’s orders and deliveries book through May 2019, 150 orders for the new 777X jet were placed by Emirates Airways on July 8, 2014, and are still waiting for delivery. However, rumors in the media have surfaced about the possible cancellation of the order by Emirates.
Aeroflot has flown a Trent 700 engine for over 50,000 hours without requiring an overhaul, Rolls-Royce announces on June 19, 2019, suggesting it means a world record for a wide-body engine.
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