Canadian Air Force One damaged after nose-bumping wall

AeroTime Daily News | December 5, 2019
Justin Trudeau fell victim to Murphy’s Law: after his official plane was damaged in a hangar last month, the Prime Minister of Canada had to take a spare aircraft to attend the NATO summit that took place in the United Kingdom on December 2, 2019. However, upon landing in London, a defect in the replacement plane’s engine was detected. A third aircraft had to be ferried to carry the prime minister home.
Qantas has ended its last remaining Boeing 747 service between the United States and Australia. On December 4, 2019, the Australian airline operated a flight 74 from San Francisco to Sydney ‒ the last with the Queen of the skies, as from now on the aircraft will be replaced by the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. 
Garuda Indonesia chief executive officer is reportedly being fired after accusations of using the airline’s Airbus A330-900 delivery flight to smuggle goods into the country. 
The South African government will place South African Airways under bankruptcy protection to begin the profound restructuring of the airline.
Ryanair Group has confirmed that it will receive only 10 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in 2020. Due to the drawback, it now expects to carry 1 million fewer passengers than previously planned in summer 2020 and is closing several bases.
Oscar Munoz, the Chief Executive Officer of the United Airlines, is stepping down in May 2020, to be replaced by J. Scott Kirby, the U.S. legacy carrier announced on December 5, 2019. 

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