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Airbus Shakes Up Top Management Amid Legal Woes

Other airlines with U.S.-bound flights at Seoul's Incheon International Airport brought in as many as seven extra staff Thursday to question passengers under the new rules but there were no major delays, airport spokesman Lee Jung-hoon said.

Shortly after, FlyDubai and Chicago-based Boeing Co. announced their $27 billion deal. FlyDubai said the planes would bring the low-cost carrier's total fleet on order up to 320. FlyDubai has begun to code-share flights with Emirates. Both are owned by Dubai's government.

From left to right, Barry Biffle, chief executive officer of Frontier Airlines, Barry Eccleston, president of Airbus Americas, Bill Franke, managing partner of Indigo Partners, John Leahy, chief operating officer - Customers of Airbus, Jozsef Varadi, chief executive officer of Wizz Air, Enrique Beltranena, founder and CEO of Volaris, and Estuardo Ortiz, CEO of JetSMART, pose for a photo after an Airbus announcement in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. Airbus signed a $49.5 billion deal on Wednesday to sell 430 airplanes to the Phoenix-based private equity firm that owns Frontier Airlines, striking the European aerospace company's biggest deal ever at the Dubai Air Show. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili)

Wanda Cintron, Frederick, Maryland (reached by phone):
As days continue passing, we continue to see images and horror stories. No way I can sleep or feel good seeing the disaster my island is going through. It's a very desperate feeling not knowing how your family is. You are seeing the stories going around of people with no power, no gas. People in the island right now are like crazy, wondering if their family is OK.

Nancy Negron, Philadelphia (reached by phone):
A former member of President Obama's White House Task Force on Puerto Rico, Negron says the group has reorganized on an ad-hoc basis in the wake of Maria. She has yet to make contact with her family and friends on the island.

I am a business owner. I run a small digital and social media shop on the island, and I have lost contact with all my clients do to the failure of comms. Yesterday I bought a one-way ticket to Miami, and I don't know when I'm coming back. I have to provide for my family. We don't want a bailout — we just want to be treated equally. We deserve it!!

Michael Aikens crosses himself as he pays his respects outside Citizens Bank Park at a makeshift memorial for former Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay in Philadelphia, Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017. Halladay, a two-time Cy Young Award winner who pitched a perfect game and a playoff no-hitter for the Phillies, died Tuesday when his private plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico. He was 40. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Ly Pérez, San Juan, Puerto Rico (reached via text message):
I am a biology student at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus. I just got cell service since it went down from María. It's the first time I saw pictures, and it's absolutely horrifying. For the past week, our only way of learning what was happening around us was through the radio. They kept mentioning the word "disaster," and your mind would create scenarios. But in no way does it compare to the absolutely heartbreaking reality.

My home is on the beach, it's fine. But my office has five feet of sewage in it, and I have a smashed car. I want to get my family out of here. We heard gunshots an hour ago. We got to lock up tighter than we ever have before. A week from now, I hope my wife and 4-and-a-half-year-old child will be in Miami.

That deal also saw Emirates CEO and Chairman Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum bring up the 787-10 buy's ability to create jobs. Trump himself promoted that during a February visit to the South Carolina plant that builds the carbon-fiber, 330-seat plane.

From left to right, Bill Franke, managing partner of Indigo Partners, John Leahy, chief operating officer - Customers of Airbus, Jozsef Varadi, chief executive officer of Wizz Air, and Enrique Beltranena, founder and CEO خرید بلیط هواپیما of Volaris, take part in an Airbus announcement in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. Airbus signed a $49.5 billion deal on Wednesday to sell 430 airplanes to the Phoenix-based private equity firm that owns Frontier Airlines, striking the European aerospace company's biggest deal ever at the Dubai Air Show. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili)

She managed to get her pharmacy open, but I'm worried for her safety. As a backup plan, she had a satellite phone just in case for her patients, people being able to get their prescriptions. People are scared, they're running out of food.

It's been heartbreaking waiting this long. As far as I know, they've been going to a local hotel just to stay in air conditioning. With my great aunt's age, she can't stay in the heat for too long. They don't have too much access to media coverage or information. As far as they know, the power is going to come on tomorrow. My aunt wants to stay in the house because she's afraid otherwise looters or squatters might try to break in. They live right next to an old army base, I'm hoping that eventually they'll be able to get supplies through there."Here's hoping," he told reporters. "Their objective is to sell aircraft at the best possible and our objective is to buy aircraft at the best possible price. I've known Mr. Leahy for 25 years. Sometimes he wins, sometimes I win."

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