Nature Air: suspensions, mass firings and $1.6m debt after crash | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 8 May 2018

Nature Air: suspensions, mass firings and $1.6m debt after crash | AeroTime

Nature Air: suspensions, mass firings and $1.6m debt after crash

Nature Air’s official website opens up with a banner stating that the airline’s flights are “subject to governmental approval”. This approval was lost on May 2, 2018, when the DGAC announced on the indefinite suspension of the troubled airline’s operations.

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Lockheed Martin resumes F-35 deliveries

The deliveries of the F-35 to the U.S. Department of Defense by Lockheed Martin resumed after an argument over who should pay for the repair of a manufacturing flaw.

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What does it mean to be a pilot at China Airlines?

“Being a pilot at China Airlines is about enjoying a well-balanced combination between your life and work,” the company proclaims.

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Lufthansa acquires 16 Boeing & Airbus planes

The supervisory Board of Lufthansa approved on May 7, 2018 the order of 16 new planes from both Boeing and Airbus, for a total cost of around €2.1 billion. 

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