Airbus Unveils Leaner Structure and Sales Shake-Up

By Tim Hepher and Sudip Kar-Gupta PARIS, July 3 – Airbus rolled out a leaner new structure on Monday, completing a recent merger between its parent company and its dominant planemaking arm, and including a shift in the reporting line for its key commercial sales team to group CEO Tom Enders. That move, which confirmed

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Kurdish Pilot Becomes First Female Directing Iraqi Airways Flights

ERBIL— May 15: A Danish- Kurdish pilot from Sulaimaniyah assigned to the Iraqi Airways has become the first female to pilot  a Boeing 737 jet airliner in Iraq, operating flights in the national carrier, a state news agency reported. Warte Abubakir, 26, signed the contract for her assignment in the Iraqi Airways a few days

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Delta Air Lines Passengers Stranded After Computer Crash Grounds Flights

Aug 8 – Delta Air Lines’ computer systems crashed on Monday, leaving passengers of one of the world’s largest carriers stranded at airports around the globe as flights were grounded. The U.S. airline said the problems were down to a power outage in Atlanta overnight and that its information technology team was working to resolve

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