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Airways Weekly Briefing: Sept 5-11, 2022
Here are this week's most-read articles, including Rolls-Royce's withdrawal from the Boom Supersonic project; Jetstar's grounding of its Dreamliner fleet; and Aer Lingus's cancellation of all flights from Dublin Airport.
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Top 10 Stories of the Week
Four of the low-cost carrier's eleven Boeing 787s were grounded due to a series of freak events.
KLM's new Boeing 777 and 787 Premium Comfort economy cabin had a muted launch this week.
Blue Air (OB) will halt all of its scheduled departures from Romanian airports until Monday, September 12.
Globus Airlines (GH), a division of S7 Group, can return two Boeing 737 MAX to international lessors.
Ethiopian Airlines (ET) announced the resumption of daily direct flights from Addis Ababa to São Paulo and Buenos Aires.
Airbus Confirms Cancellation of Pending Qatar A350 Orders — airwaysmag.com Airbus confirmed that it had canceled all of Qatar Airways' (QR) outstanding A350 orders.
The fleet retirement ends ten years of Silver Airways' (3M) association with the Saab 340.
Aer Lingus (EI) announced that all departures from Dublin Airport (DUB) to the UK and Europe had been canceled due to an IT issue.
No More Jumbos: Israel to Ban Four-engine Aircraft — airwaysmag.com Israel will ban the Boeing 747 and comparable four-engine aircraft as of March 31, 2023.
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