Aviation News Feed

  1. Boeing plans to hire “a few hundred” temporary staffers at its Moses Lake, Washington, facility for work that must be done on stored 737 MAXs awaiting delivery to customers, the company said.

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  2. Thai Airways’ president Sumeth Damrongchaitham has asked the company’s senior executives to voluntarily take pay cuts and meet allowances in a bid to save costs.

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  3. Airlines for America (A4A) wants the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to adopt a more restrictive definition of “service animal,” part of an effort to end abuses of the rules governing emotional service animals (ESA) in the aircraft cabin.

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  4. Lufthansa and its LCC subsidiary Eurowings plans to expand their leisure long-haul network from their Munich and Frankfurt hubs, starting from summer 2020.

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  5. British Airways has taken a step toward powering its future fleet with sustainable jet fuel after its renewable fuels partner Velocys applied to develop Europe’s first plant for turning household and commercial solid waste into sustainable fuel.

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