Etihad still in the red, looks into Boeing 777x order cuts  | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 15 June 2018

Etihad still in the red, looks into Boeing 777x order cuts

Etihad Airways could cancel or delay its order of 25 B777X from Boeing as part of its financial strategy. One year after its record loss of $2 billion in 2016, the company still reports a loss of $1.5 billion in its 2017 financial results.

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Vietnam Airlines increases salaries to avoid pilot departures

Vietnam Airlines raised wages for all its employees, including pilots, starting from June 2018. The national carrier is attempting to tackle a surge of pilots resignations due to complaints of “high pressure and low salary.”

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Emirates looking into windowless planes

Emirates unveiled a business suit where “virtual windows” are replacing real ones. Tim Clark, the company’s CEO, hopes their innovation will inspire plane manufacturers.

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Lockheed sticks to plan on controversial F-35 delivery to Turkey

A ceremony celebrating the first F-35 produced by Lockheed Martin for Turkey is expected to be held on June 21, 2018, in Fort Worth, Texas (U.S). Despite the recent protests by the U.S. Congress, the manufacturer did not modify its initial delivery schedule.

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