Fog inside Boeing 737 prompts Ryanair crew call Mayday

AeroTime Daily News | January 23, 2020
Boeing postponed the planned first test flight of its newest wide-body product, the 777X, previously expected on January 23, 2020. The issue is not a technical one, stated the company, as the flight is delayed due to current weather conditions in the Seattle, Washington (United States) area, where Boeing conducts its test flights.
Airlines and airports in China and around the world are taking actions to contain the spread of the deadly and mysterious coronavirus that has already claimed 17 lives and infected more than 570 people
A Ryanair flight from Romania passed all phases of a good thriller movie onboard. Eventually, the Boeing 737-800 did reach London, UK, where it landed in a third attempt. 
The trio of United States-based carriers announced their Q4 2019 and Full Year results, joining Delta Air Lines, which announced its yearly results on January 14, 2020. All in all, the four biggest carriers in North America and some of the biggest airlines in the world had a healthy year: with the exception of Delta, despite being negatively affected by the 737 MAX groundings, all airlines demonstrated healthy profitability.
A C-130 Hercules water bomber crashed during a fire fighting operation in Australia on January 23, 2020. The three crew members on board were killed.

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