Lion Air crash final report points to Boeing, FAA and airline flaws

Daily Newsletter | October 26, 2019
The final report of the Indonesian investigators says the design and development of the MCAS system by Boeing was the main cause for the crash of Lion Air flight JT610. Improper certification, training, and maintenance issues were contributing factors.
IndiGo, India’s largest airline by market share, has just reported a multimillion quarterly loss. The disconcerting financial results are attributed to three key factors, including spikes maintenance costs. While the airline’s Airbus A320ceo engines are to remain a burden for its finance sheets, the rescue by the A320neo is also not yet in sight, as the carrier’s management anticipates delivery delays. 
Airbus has began an extensive tour of the Pacific region to showcase the A220. The move is more than logical, given the jet’s stagnant sales in the region. 
By BAA Training
On the 25th of October ceremony of ground breaking marked the beginning of BAA Training China construction – a modern six full flight simulator aviation training centre.
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