Turbulence in highest ranks: Airbus CFO follows CEO exit in 2019 | AeroTime

On May 14, 2018, Airbus announced that its Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Harald Wilhelm decided to leave the company in 2019. The long-standing finance chief is following the footsteps of Airbus Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tom Enders. Will this create a vacuum in the top ranks of the European plane maker’s management?

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First Nation Airways AOC suspended for fleet too small

The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) suspended the Air Operators Certificate of the carrier First Nation Airways from May 11, 2018. The reason of suspension is the use of only one aircraft for scheduled flights, an infringement to the Nigerian Civil Aviation Regulation.

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KC-390 delivery schedule unchanged despite runway incident

Embraer intends to stick to KC-390 deliveries schedule, despite previous incident with the aircraft prototype. Earlier in May 2018 the first of two KC-390 military transport prototype suffered runway excursion during ground testing.

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Poland approves new airport, despite criticism

The Polish parliament voted in favour of a “special act” on May 10, 2018, giving a green light to the country's new massive airport project: Central Communication Port “Solidarność”, aimed to become the "European gate to China".

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