BREAKING | Takeover rejected, Aigle Azur ceases activities

Daily Newsletter | September 27, 2019
While several deals were reportedly in the works, no suitable buyer came through. Unfortunately, Aigle Azur’s doors were closed for the last and final time:
Delta Air Lines announced a surprising, yet huge deal. The American carrier is partnering with the biggest South American airline group, LATAM. The deal, while expanding Delta’s and LATAM’s international presence, is causing some headaches as well:
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has laid out some harsh criticism and several recommendations for Boeing and the FAA regarding the 737 MAX:
The Russian attack drone, the S-70, made its first flight coupled with a fighter jet, the Sukhoi Su-57:
A severe turbulence incident, which occurred on July 11, 2019, left 37 people injured. The Air Canada Boeing 777, en route to Sydney was forced to turn back. The Canadian authorities released their final report on the matter:
As Adria Airways faces a collapse, neighboring countries are preparing for the imminent capacity gap. Thus, the Croatian government has prepared a support package for Croatia Airlines so that the airline would be financially ready to expand:
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