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Novak 'Can Return' Next Year To Oz
Novak Djokovic will be at the Australian Open next year, the tournament director has claimed.
PM's Wife Carrie May Be Caught Up In Lockdown Parties Scandal
Carrie Johnson could be dragged into the partygate scandal for reportedly inviting two of her pals into the home she shares with the Prime Minister.
Ash Has Made Rod For Her Own Back
Rod Laver has told Ash Barty that winning her first Australian Open title is now a test of her nerve because she is "unbeatable" at her best.
Boris Will Go One Way Or Another, Says Scots Whip
Boris Johnson will quit over the Partygate scandal, the Scots Tories' chief whip said yesterday.
TIEBREAK FROM THE NORM
Nadal insists fitness is key as he wins epic breaker to edge closer to more Slam glory
Stand-in goalie for Comoros
MINNOWS Comoros must field an outfield player in goal for the biggest game in their history tonight after a Covid outbreak in their squad.
Rae says Brown is classless
ALEX RAE has blasted "classless” Scott Brown over his Pittodrie pantomime villain act.
HALL TO PLAY FOR AT HOME
HIBS midfielder Melker Hallberg has revealed he has interest from teams in his Swedish homeland too after St Johnstone targeted a move for him.
MAHON CAN BE THE MAN
ST JOHNSTONE recruit John Mahon is in line for a debut in Wednesday's Premiership relegation battle with Dundee.
EXCELING (1.15) can put her rivals in the shade on another trappy all-weather card at Kempton.
BOEING AIRLINER SALES JUMP BUT DELIVERIES LAG RIVAL AIRBUS
Boeing finished 2021 far behind European rival Airbus in deliveries of new aircraft, but sales bounced back after two dismal years caused by the 737 Max crashes and the pandemic.
AIRBUS-BOEING DEAL EASES US EU TENSIONS BUT CONFLICTS REMAIN
The deal the United States and the European Union reached this week to end their long-running rift over subsidies to Boeing and Airbus will suspend billions in punitive tariffs.
CHINA CLEARS BOEING 737 MAX TO FLY AGAIN
China’s aviation regulator cleared the Boeing 737 Max on Thursday to return to flying with technical upgrades more than two years after the plane was grounded worldwide following two fatal crashes.
A Maximum Memorial
How Boeing’s missteps continued well past the Ethiopian Airlines flight that killed all 157 on board
Ghost at the Controls
Boeing insisted pilots didn’t need expensive training for the new 737 Max and wouldn’t have trouble diagnosing software errors midflight. Then Maxes started pointing themselves toward the Earth. Adapted from the new book Flying Blind: The 737 Max Tragedy and the Fall of Boeing, by Peter Robison
Are Boeing and Airbus Flying Into a Bubble?
They’re launching freighters just as competition from retrofitted jets and cargo space on passenger planes is heating up
SkyCourier Visits Oshkosh
Serial No. 1 makes its very big debut.
PANDEMIC HASN'T DIMMED BOEING'S ROSY PREDICTION FOR PLANES
Boeing said this week that the airline industry is showing signs of recovering from the pandemic, and it raised its bullish prediction about demand for airline and military planes and other aerospace products and services.
Boeing Astronaut Capsule Grounded For Months By Valve Issue
Boeing’s astronaut capsule is grounded for months and possibly even until next year because of a vexing valve problem.
LIFE IN THE AIR
Senior Moments The trade-offs of airline-pilot life