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Singapore: Boeing Co will resume production of the 737 Max before the best-selling plane is allowed back in the air as the company attempts to recover from one of the worst crises in its 104-year history.
SAN FRANCISCO: Top US aircraft manufacturer Boeing forecast on Wednesday (Feb 12) that South-East Asia will need 4,500 new planes in the next two decades, with single-aisle jets expected to dominate the big growth in the region.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Forces loyal to Khalifa Haftar have blocked flights carrying United Nations staff to and from Libya, hampering humanitarian and mediation efforts, the U.N. mission said on Wednesday.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Three U.S. Air Force aircraft, including two B-52 bombers, flew near Taiwan on Wednesday, the island's defence ministry said, after Taiwan's air force scrambled earlier in the week to intercept Chinese jets.
The United Nations is to test drones equipped with mapping sensors and atomisers to spray pesticides in parts of east Africa battling an invasion of desert locusts that are ravaging crops and exacerbating a hunger crisis.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea on Wednesday welcomed a third chartered flight dispatched to evacuate South Korean citizens, and, for the first time, their Chinese spouses and immediate family members, from the virus-hit city of Wuhan.
BRUSSELS/ROME (Reuters) - Italy is prepared to consider a resumption of maritime patrols in the Mediterranean, a senior official said, but diplomats said Austria is sticking to its objections, in a blow to European efforts to uphold a U.N. arms embargo on Libya.
NEW DELHI: The timing couldn’t be much worse for Asia’s biggest airshow as the novel coronavirus roils the aviation industry.
FROM CAPT (R) OO KWAN HUAT , Butterworth
WITH the growing concerns over travelling during this time when the coronavirus has given rise to a global health crisis, imagine what flight crews must be facing.