Nordwind B737 makes emergency landing as authorities question its flight safety

Daily Newsletter | May 28, 2019
Aeromexico domestic flight AM198, destined to take off from Mexico City to Mexicali on May 24, 2019, was delayed for approximately half an hour to wait for a politician running late, causing an outrage.
Ahead of the Paris Air Show, a life-size mockup of Airbus Helicopters military version of the H160 was revealed by the French Ministry of Armed Forces, which expects the helicopter to enter service two years earlier than expected.
SAS estimates the impact from the previous pilot strike, lasting roughly a week, which includes the cost of over $68 million (650 million SEK), adding up to pilling losses in the second quarter of 2019.
A Boeing 737 operated by the Russian airline Nordwind was forced to carry out an emergency landing shortly after taking off from Blagoveshchensk, in the Amur Oblast. The incident came as Russian authorities are questioning the airline’s flight safety.
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