Emirates reshuffles top management as it enters turbulent period

Daily Newsletter | September 4, 2019
The Emirati airline announced several changes at the top of the company. After disappointing financial results for FY18-19, Emirates has gone through severe changes. But it seems like the carrier is facing further uncertainty regarding its operations.
Boeing has finished its safety update of the MCAS anti-stall system, French media reports suggest. The MCAS was blamed for two fatal 737 MAX crashes. The necessary changes to the flight control system required by the FAA earlier this summer, however, are still being worked on.
The Boeing 777-300ER will get its last hurrah, as KLM has ordered two aircraft from Boeing. The manufacturer is more than happy to fill the production gap between the old 777 and the 777X, but why did KLM opt for the
Thirteen years after it was abandoned, Polar Airlines and the Ural Civil Aviation Plant (UZGA) brought back the L-610 to life with an order for 10 of the regional aircraft, to be delivered between 2023 and 2025.
American Airlines is retiring its last remaining McDonnell Douglas MD-80 in its fleet. The carrier, which once operated around the third of world’s Super 80 fleet, is now set for the final commercial flight of the aircraft, often called ‘Mad Dog’ or ‘Silver Bullet’, on September 4, 2019.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) continues to expand its non-stop services, focusing on the Southeast Asia-U.S. market. The flag carrier has launched the first non-stop flight from Seattle, Washington, to Singapore, operated by Airbus A350 XWB, the airline’s go-to aircraft for non-stop services.
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