Norwegian 737 MAX denied entry into Germany, lands in France

Daily Newsletter | June 12, 2019
German authorities have refused entry of a Norwegian Boeing 737 MAX 8 into their airspace. The aircraft, which was performing a ferry flight, eventually landed in a Parisian airport.
Two creditors are taking Jet Airways to National Company Law Tribunal, asking to declare the airline insolvent. The move comes two months after Jet Airways suspended all operation due to lenders rejecting $4.5 million emergency funding on April 17, 2019.
The national carrier Vietnam Airlines and Russia’s Aeroflot have begun code sharing on both domestic and international routes in Vietnam and Russia in the aim to enhance connections between several domestic destinations in the two countries and promote stronger commercial ties as Vietnam’s aviation market continues to climb.
Turkish Airlines canceled its flights from Istanbul to Sudan’s capital city, Khartoum due to political unrest. Because of security concerns, airlines, such as EgyptAir and Emirates, have taken the decision to cancel flights to the city until the situation calms down. 
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