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  • ATW’s 2019 Airline Industry Market ForecastThe world’s airlines are expected to post a collective net profit of $32.3 billion in 2018 and to follow that with a $35.5 billion net profit in 2019, which will be the industry’s 10th consecutive year of profitability. But maintaining that positive trend will be no breeze. read more
  • Lufthansa criticizes Fraport for long holiday security linesLufthansa has called on Frankfurt Airport operator Fraport and German border police to urgently address system problems that led to some 3,000 passengers missing their flights in the days leading to Christmas. read more
  • Gatwick owners sell majority stake to French companyUS-based Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) and its co-shareholders have passed control of London Gatwick Airport to French company Vinci Airports. read more
  • Lion Air co-pilot’s family sues Boeing over MAX crashLawyers for the family of the co-pilot killed in the crash of the Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX 8 have filed a lawsuit against Boeing alleging the aircraft was “unreasonably dangerous” and that the manufacturer failed to provide proper instruction on how to handle the new narrowbody’s anti-stall system. read more
  • Former FAA safety chief Tony Broderick dies, aged 75Anthony Broderick, former top safety official at FAA and aviation safety consultant, died Dec. 30 in Bealeton, Virginia, following a long illness. He was 75. read more

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