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  1. Flying from EGCC to EDDF MD-88


  2. Virgin Australia enters trading halt amid financing talks


    Virgin Australia has requested a halt in the trading of its shares while it discusses financing and restructuring options.The airline, which has requested a A$1.4 billion ($900 million) bailout from the federal government, said today it plans to come out of the trading halt on the morning of 16 April or when it issues a statement, whichever comes first.




    Virgin Australia goes into trading halt as it ponders financial ...

  3. Boeing will resume some Washington state work as soon as 13 April


    Boeing will restart some of its Washington state operations, including defence work, as soon as 13 April, signaling a partial end to a shutdown that took effect on 25 March.

    The Chicago-based airframer is not yet resuming commercial aircraft production, it confirms.

    “The resumption of operations will focus on our defence programs,” Boeing says on 10 April.



    Boeing KC-46A Pegasus acceptance inspection at McC

  4. FedEx MD-11F loses nose-wheel on take-off 


    Investigators are probing the loss of a nose-wheel from a FedEx Boeing MD-11F, apparently during departure from San Antonio.

    The aircraft (N619FE) had been operating the FX464 service to Memphis on 7 April.It landed on runway 18C at about 08:50 but the US FAA, in a preliminary notification, states that the aircraft “lost right nose-gear on departure”.

    The notification adds that the trijet sustained “substantial” damage, although it does not clarify whether this extended beyond that to the nose-wheel assembly.None of the three crew members, the only occupants, was injured.

    Cirium fleets data lists N619FE as a 1996 airframe, powered by General Electric CF6 engines, which was originally delivered as a new freighter to FedEx.While investigators are yet to detail the circumstances of the FedEx incident, inquiries into the loss of a nose-wheel from a Lufthansa Cargo MD-11F at Buenos Aires in November 2016 found a fixing pin had been omitted during maintenance.





    FedEx MD-11 | Passenger aircraft, Cargo aircraft, Aircraft




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