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Aviation News / Weekly Check #3

Another week and another weekly check is waiting for you. Take a seat, grab a minute and check out all important aviation news from last week.

 

 

Airbus set to digging on another foreign yard

 

 

 

European multinational aerospace corporation has just announced the beginning of manufacturing their A220 in the U.S. New Airbus manufacturing facility is placed at Mobile Aeroplex / Alabama and it’s expected to produce between 40 to 50 of these jetliners annually.

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Bombardier reveals the end of CRJ production

 

 

Another iconic aircraft production program is changing his owner. The last commercial jet remaining in Bombardier’s hands is set to be handed over to Mistubishi Aircraft Corporation.It’s expected to finish last orders within the next 12 to 15 months. After that, Canadian company wants to concentrate only on business jets.

Read more: https://cutt.ly/5wuiHAW  

 

It’s not so easy to move to Easy.

 

 

 

Peter Bellew, ex-Ryanair Chief Operating Officer can expect some problems because he changes his employer.Irish low-cost airline has filed legal proceedings against his ex-executive as fast as it was announced that he will be now Chief Operating Officer in EasyJet. It is said unofficially that it can be all about contractual note regarding the period of notice

Read more: https://cutt.ly/iwuiGnf

 

 

British Airways cancel 100 flights due to IT failure.

 

 

Before spending money for their A350-1000 – BA should definitely invest some more money in their IT system.Year by year British National Airline experiencing newer and newer IT problems. 2017 – IT failure worth  £80mln. 2018 – Cyber-hack worth 500,000 individuals data compromised. Now 2019 another IT failure worth so far £8mln.

Read more: https://cutt.ly/1wuiGKa

 

 

Globus 737 close to crash during take-off.

Passengers of Russian airline S7 had a hard time while their aircraft was close to overrun the runway at Moscow Domodedovo Airport. The whole incident was recorded by airport cameras and it will be used as evidence during an investigation.

See Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=3kfwPwsUt2s

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