Istanbul airport closed after Pegasus flight skids off runway

AeroTime Daily News | January 7, 2020
Before suspending the 737 MAX production in Renton manufacturing site, Boeing has started reassigning some 3,000 employees to other production sites.
A Pegasus Airlines Boeing 737-800 skidded off the runway of Sabiha Gokcen International Airport in Istanbul, Turkey, forcing the second airport of the largest Turkish city to close.
As the Indian government is preparing for a second attempt to sell heavy indebted national carrier, Air India’s top management is resolving to public communication to deny ongoing speculation that the airline might need to close down its operations.
American Airlines announced that it has reached a “confidential agreement” with Boeing regarding the 737 MAX groundings.

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