Korean start-up airline loses AOC month after receiving it

Daily Newsletter | April 23, 2019
An international committee, composed of nine aviation regulators, including the FAA and the EASA, will start their joint examination of the Boeing 737 MAX update by April 29, 2019.
In March 2019, South Korean authorities have issued licenses to the fresh batch of start-up airlines. But of the three newcomers, one is already having trouble in keeping it, as Air Premia is changing leadership before even commencing operations.
Emirates and SpiceJet are determined to start codesharing, the duo announced on April 22, 2019, promising travellers a whole new range of destinations in India, Africa, America, Europe and the Middle East.
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