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Boeing announced earlier today that they will halt the production of the 737 MAX aircraft in January 2020, as the aircraft’s return to service timeline slipped up again and the FAA said that they still had a lot of work to do before the aircraft could get back into the air.
Sanjeev Kapoor, the Chief Commercial Officer of Vistara has put in his papers, and he will leave the airline on December 31, 2019. His position will be taken by Vinod Kannan, the current Chief Strategy Officer of the airline.
The global aviation industry is not growing very profitably, apart from North America. But yet, coming 2020, things might get better. Find out how.
Air India has a baffling plan to fly the Boeing 787-8 from Delhi to Washington DC, an aircraft which is clearly able to fly only 0.85 of the route non-stop.
Good news. Japan Airlines is implementing a wide-scale network change owing to the new slots they recently got allocated at Tokyo Haneda. As a part of this move, they are going to move the Delhi operation to Tokyo Haneda with effect from end-March 2020.
As the year comes to an end, the London plans of all the major airlines in India still look shaky. But no one is giving up yet. Vistara, IndiGo and everyone want more of London Heathrow and other United Kingdom airports going forward.
Emirates and SpiceJet have signed a codeshare deal which will allow Emirates customers to buy tickets to their destinations inside India on SpiceJet. The deal is supposed to have been live by now, but is not live on either the Emirates or the SpiceJet website so far.
IndiGo may well be moving forward with their plans to go to London on a widebody faster than most people think. Here is an update on how is the IndiGo widebody plan moving forward at the moment.
At an employee event on Friday, Boeing has revealed the biggest variant of the 737 MAX family, which it intends to be the largest version of the 737 MAX family, competing with the A321neo
Emirates made an announcement of a truncated order with Boeing, replacing 30 777X aircraft with 30 787-9 aircraft.