Two biggest South Korean airlines shaken by top ranks changes

Daily Newsletter | March 29, 2019
The Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS), the flight stabilization system that prevents a Boeing 737 MAX aircraft from stalling, was activated shortly before the crash of Ethiopian Airlines, according to the preliminary analysis of the flight recorders.
The A330 MRTT “Phénix” tanker aircraft was used for the first time in operation by the French Air Force on March 22, 2019.
The heads of South Korea’s two biggest airlines left their seats within a week, amid financial scandals. Chairman and co-CEO of Asiana Airlines, the second biggest airline in South Korean, just quit his position after accounting scandal at the airline. Less than a week before, the head of the country’s flag carrier Korean Air was ousted from the company’s board as he is being investigated for embezzlement.
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