3 Links I Love: MAX Delayed Yet Again, US Customs Grows In Europe, Jet Exhaust Bad News

3 Links I Love: MAX Delayed Yet Again, US Customs Grows In Europe, Jet Exhaust Bad News

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Boeing 737 MAX re-certification is not expected before OctoberAirway
Delays, delays, delays. As the Wall Street Journal reported, the MAX return is likely pushed into next year. But does anyone really care at this point?

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So Long, Mad Dog

So Long, Mad Dog

On Tuesday, the last of Delta’s McDonnell Douglas-branded aircraft gathered at the grandiosely-named Arkansas International Airport in Blytheville, not far from the Missouri and Tennessee borders. Despite its name, this former military base doesn’t see much international traffic… or any traffic for that matter. On occasion, there are bursts of … Read the post

3 Links I Love: Emirates on COVID, Alitalia Being Alitalia, The Queen Flies High Again

3 Links I Love: Emirates on COVID, Alitalia Being Alitalia, The Queen Flies High Again

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Emirates’ Tim Clark: Coronavirus is a black swan event for the airline industryThe National
I’m a sucker for a CEO interview that actually has substance. Here’s a good interview with the (probably still) outgoing head of Emirates, Sir Tim Clark.

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3 Links I Love: A Wrong Boeing Turn, New Delta Seats, Flying on a Cargo Aircraft

3 Links I Love: A Wrong Boeing Turn, New Delta Seats, Flying on a Cargo Aircraft

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Boeing’s new CEO needs to show commitment to deep overhaulThe Seattle Times
A scathing — though early — review of Boeing’s new CEO. The Seattle Times is not impressed. At least the newspaper realized that major change needs to happen, even if the CEO … Read the post

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