Rolls Royce to restructure, cut 4,600 jobs | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 14 June 2018

Qantas A380 goes into nosedive after wake turbulence | AeroTime

A Qantas A380 operating from Los Angeles (LAX) to Melbourne was sent into a nosedive for 10 seconds over the Pacific Ocean, on June 10, 2018. The incident was attributed to a “wake turbulence” induced by another Qantas A380 that left Los Angeles minutes earlier.

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Rolls Royce to restructure, cut 4,600 jobs

Rolls Royce announced on June 14, 2018, it would cut 4,600 jobs by 2020, mainly in the United Kingdom, in order to simplify its operations and save up to £400 million a year.

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Gatwick Airport to invest $1.5B with new growth plans

London Gatwick Airport (UK) announced an investment of up to $1.5 billion on increasing capacity and improving facilities till 2023. A sizeable amount of the money will be spent on upgrading its terminals – is the hub aiming to catch up with the UK’s largest airport by passenger numbers – London’s Heathrow (LHR)?

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European Commission removes Indonesian airlines from blacklist

The European Commission updated the EU Air Safety list on June 14, 2018, removing all airlines from Indonesia. Meanwhile, Eurocontrol deployed a system that automatically detects any banned aircraft entering the European Union airspace.

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