Italy reacts with the solidarity of flash mobs circulating on social media to make people "gather" on balconies at certain hours, to play music or to get a round of applause.
The new difficulties compound the troubles facing the US manufacturer, which has faced tumbling profits, federal scrutiny and calls for its CEO to resign after deadly crashes involving the 737 MAX, the successor aircraft for the 737NG.
Britain to fly back another 7,100 people on Wednesday as a result of the travel group's bankruptcy. The British civil aviation regulator said it had 30,000 more passengers to bring back home.
The decision to strike is a setback for management at Europe's largest low-cost carrier, who in recent months said they had largely resolved an industrial relations dispute with pilots and cabin crew.
Ryanair, which averted widespread strikes before Christmas by agreeing to recognise unions for the first time in its 30-year history, has been unable to quell rising protests since over slow progress in negotiating collective labour agreements.
Nine of the top 10 aircraft leasing firms are headquartered on the island, where the industry generates almost $6 billion a year in revenues.
Britain’s Monarch Airlines collapsed on Monday causing the cancellation of about 750,000 future bookings and forcing the UK’s civil aviation to begin repatriation of 110,000 travellers.
Irish budget airline has suddenly announced that it is cancelling 2000 flights to cope with pilot shortages.
There has been a major battle for Germany's second largest airline that could see it broken up as bidders stake their claims. A final decision on the airline's future is expected on September 25.
Airport staff goes on strike in Germany, more than 1,000 flights are cancelled and 87,000 passengers are stuck at airports.
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