Congress demands F-35 defects to be fixed before full production | AeroTime 

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 8 June 2018

Congress demands F-35 defects to be fixed before full production

As the F-35 development program is nearing towards the end in 2019, a new stream of criticism by the United States Congress points at multiple flaws found so far which were not yet addressed, and is reluctant on allocating more funds for a modernization program.

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Updated: Airbus and Bombardier in family ties with C Series deal

Airbus and Bombardier closed their C Series agreement after receiving the necessary approvals. Following the officialization of the partnership, new contracts are expected, most likely during Farnborough International Airshow in July 2018, when the C Series will be presented for the first time as part of Airbus catalogue.

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France, Germany, UK request exemptions from U.S. Iran sanctions

The foreign and finance ministers of Germany, France, and Britain, as well the European Union foreign-policy chief made the call in a letter, dated June 4, to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, asking to spare EU firms doing business with Iran from punitive measures.

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Air Canada and Air China agree on joint venture

Air Canada and Air China signed a joint venture agreement on June 6, 2018. The first codeshare agreement between Chinese and Canadian airlines is believed to increase their cooperation, both on domestic routes and on flights between the two countries.

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