Newsletter – June 27, 2019

  • Newsletter – June 27, 2019


    FAA Finds New Boeing 737 MAX Problem
    The US Federal Aviation Administration has found a new potential risk on the 737 MAX that it says Boeing must mitigate before the jet can be returned to commercial service. Read more here.

    Farewell Joon – Air France Operates Last Low Cost Subsidiary Flight
    Today marks the end of yet another full-service airline’s low-cost attempt, as Air France operates the last flights on its Joon subsidiary. Read more here.


    The future of autonomous ships rests in their ability to tackle cyberattacks
    At the Autonomous Ship Technology conference in Amsterdam, Joseph Beel, the strategic programs manager at Cisco, spoke on how advancements in the domains of Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and mobility systems are disrupting the way the maritime industry operates – while subsequently putting vessels under cybersecurity risks arising from the considerable increase in attack avenues.  Read more here.

    Skou sets 2021 target to raise landside business to 50% of revenues
    Soren Skou, the head of A.P. Moller-Maersk, has outlined how he intends to get half his group’s revenues coming from landslide activities within two years as the world’s largest containerline ramps up its logistics infrastructure. Read more here.


    China suspends Canada meat imports citing forged documents
    China halted imports of Canadian meat after an investigation into traces of a banned feed additive led to the discovery of counterfeit health certificates attached to a pork shipment. Read more here.

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