White House put on lockdown after airspace violation

AeroTime Daily News | November 26, 2019
In a growing line of whistleblowers and skeptics voicing their concerns before the expected re-certification of the Boeing 737 MAX, another rogue agent has emerged. In an email sent to regulators in the U.S., Europe and Brazil, a Transport Canada safety official called for the entire removal of the MCAS system from the 737 MAX. The official believes that the U.S. plane maker should remove the software, largely blamed for the two deadly 737 MAX 8 crashes, before the aircraft is cleared to fly again.
A fuel truck struck two Mesa Airlines Bombardier CRJ900 regional jets in Dallas, Texas (the United States), damaging both aircraft on November 25, 2019. 
The White House was put on lockdown after a small aircraft violated the restricted airspace in Washington DC. Fighter jets were scrambled for an interception.
Air France retired its first Airbus A380, marking the beginning of the withdrawal process of its fleet of ten superjumbos. The aircraft should soon be returned to the lessor.
Mitsubishi SpaceJet M90 program is getting dangerously close to the business principles of the infamous USGlobal Airways (née Baltia Airlines), as the service entry date of the regional jet, in the development for over a decade now, could be postponed yet again, the company’s CEO revealed. 
Thirteen French soldiers died in an accident involving two helicopters in Mali on the evening of November 25, 2019. The two aircraft were taking part in combat operations against jihadists.
LATAM, Chilean airline, is potentially leaving oneworld alliance from October 1, 2020, a message of current alliance partner suggests. While the exit was expected since LATAM formed partnership with Delta Airlines in September 2019, the date has not previously been revealed. 

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