XXVIII, Issue No. 7
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Emirates airline and Group record revenue growth during first half of 2018-19 despite global challenges
Drunk Irish passenger arrested after Air India flight lands in London
Emirates introduces taxi app
Development of all Bangladesh airports in progress
Air India pilot caught drunk before takeoff on Delhi-London flight
Hijack scare on Delhi-Kandahar flight after pilot mistakenly presses hijack button
NOVOAIR opens sales office in Kolkata
Regent Airway’s offers 50% discount on its 8th anniversary
Heathrow Airport shut down after runway light power outage
France impounds Ryanair plane on tarmac before take-off
Etihad Airways may cancel an order for 25 Boeing 777X
- A Monitor Report
25 Jun, 2018  |
: The Abu Dhabi-based airline
operator Etihad Airways is struggling with financial problems and wants to
adjust the fleet plans for the future.
Etihad lost a great deal of money on its
investment projects such as Alitalia and airberlin and recently decided to
restructure its fleet and workforce.
Etihad wants to postpone or cancel the
order for the Boeing 777X, which is scheduled to enter service in 2020.
The fine for cancelling the order would
cost less than keeping redundant wide-body aircraft in the fleet such as the
Boeing 777X, an extended version of the current Boeing 777 series.
Tourism growth has to be socially, environmentally sustainable
Dhaka: Tourism is starting to emerge as an industry in the country, bu...
Emirates SkyCargo Commences Freighter Service to Luxembourg
Dhaka: Emirates SkyCargo, the world’s largest international cargo ai...
SriLankan inducts Airbus A320neo to its fleet
Colombo: SriLankan Airlines has inducted the first of its latest Airbu...
Divine passengers fly Business Class
XIAMEN: Images of three revered Chinese deity statues went viral on so...