USAF set to replace its “Doomsday plane”

AeroTime Daily News | December 6, 2019
Aigle Azur bankruptcy in September 2019 left a pool of over 12,000 flight slots up for grabs. The winners and losers of this fight for slots were revealed. While Air France-KLM, Wizz Air and Lufthansa took the best bites, Ryanair was left empty-handed. 
The United States Air Force is actively looking for a replacement to the E-4A Nightwatch also known as the National Operations Airborne Center, which allows the Pentagon staff to operate from the skies.
An Egyptian MiG-29M fighter jet crashed during routine military training on December 5, 2019. The pilot survived after successfully ejecting from the aircraft.
The South African government will place South African Airways under bankruptcy protection to begin the profound restructuring of the airline.
Three U.S. soldiers lost their lives in the crash of a Black Hawk helicopter in the state of Minnesota on December 5, 2019.
The European Union has appealed the judgment by the World Trade Organization in the dispute with the United States on public aid to Airbus.

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