RELATED: Two people tested for coronavirus in Broome County The health department told 12 News in a press release Monday that two people in Broome County were being tested for the virus after they returned from China in separate flights. They also say they are no confirmed cases of the virus either. BROOME COUNTY (WBNG) — The Broome County Health Department says the results of the coronavirus test for both patients are negative. The health department says there are no other people in the county being tested.
The Federal Aviation Administration is wrapping up its evaluation of changes Boeing made to the planes after two 737 Max crashes killed 346 people and prompted a worldwide grounding of the jetliners in March 2019.That review will wrap up in the “coming days,” FAA Administrator Steve Dickson said in a statement late Monday. The process has been expected to finish in mid-November and an order to end the grounding would be followed by pilot training, which is expected to take weeks.“Even though we are near the finish line, I will lift the grounding order only after our safety experts are satisfied that the aircraft meets certification standards,” Dickson said.- Advertisement – An employee walks past a Boeing 737 Max aircraft seen parked at the Renton Municipal Airport in Renton, Washington, January 10, 2020.Lindsey Wasson | Reuters – Advertisement – Boeing on Tuesday reported more cancellations of its beleaguered 737 Max jets, just as regulators wrap up their review of the planes following two fatal crashes.The aircraft manufacturer is facing dual crises of the 737 Max grounding, now in its 20th month, and the coronavirus pandemic, which as devastated air travel and the market for new aircraft.Boeing customers canceled 12 orders for the 737 Max in October and the company posted no new ones. Including aircraft Boeing removed from its official backlog, its outstanding orders shrunk to 4,275 from 4,325 last month.- Advertisement – American Airlines has scheduled the planes to fly commercially at the end of December, the earliest of the U.S. carriers that have purchased them. The airline is also planning to allow customers to tour the planes and have its pilots and mechanics answer their questions in an effort to boost confidence in the jets, CNBC reported last month.Boeing said it delivered 13 aircraft to customers in October. – Advertisement –
Advertisement Advertisement Bayern are willing to let Boateng leave on loan (TF-Images/Getty Images)Boateng is on Arsenal’s radar and reports in Germany last week claimed that Bayern Munich are open to offloading the 31-year-old for no transfer fee, as long as the defender’s contract, worth around €230,000 (£196,000) a week, is paid.AdvertisementAdvertisementBut Goal report that Arsenal’s hierarchy have reservations over signing Boateng due to concerns over his fitness issues and his lack of playing time this season.Arsenal are keen to avoid a repeat of Denis Suarez’s situation last season after the Spaniard joined on loan from Barcelona in January but was forced to return to Camp Nou early due to injury having made just six appearances under Unai Emery.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityBoateng has made 15 appearances for Bayern Munich this season but the German champions were willing to allow him to leave on loan last summer.Juventus had reached an agreement with Bayern over a no-fee loan before Maurizio Sarri rejected the arrival of the German, preferring to work with Italian defender Daniele RuganiWhen asked about potential transfers after Arsenal’s win over Leeds United’s in the FA Cup on Monday evening, Arteta said: ‘We don’t talk about any transfers, but we are working on a few things.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 7 Jan 2020 1:36 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.7kShares Comment Arsenal board concerned over Jerome Boateng signing from Bayern Munich Arsenal have reservations over a move for Bayern Munich’s Jerome Boateng (TF-Images/Getty Images)Arsenal’s hierarchy have concerns over signing Bayern Munich centre-back Jerome Boateng in the January transfer window, according to reports.Mikel Arteta is looking to strengthen his defensive options this month as Calum Chambers is ruled out for the remainder of the season with a knee injury, while Kieran Tierney is sidelined for two months with a dislocated shoulder.Dayot Upamecano remains one of Arsenal’s top targets but RB Leipzig are reportedly holding out for a £70 million transfer fee for the 21-year-old.According to Goal, Arsenal are working with a limited budget in January which means the club will likely wait until the summer before making a move for Upamecano, while Arteta will focus more on players who can arrive on loan this month.ADVERTISEMENT
Uijen also plays a supervisory role at Schilders, the industry-wide scheme for painters and decorators, and the company pension fund of custodian Kas Bank.Meanwhile, SBZ also appointed Jobert Koomans and Reiniera van der Feltz-Doude as independent executive board members.Koomans has been working as managing consultant/partner at pensions adviser Towers Watson Netherlands.He is also an expert trustee at the large industry-wide scheme for the building sector BpfBouw.Van der Feltz has been working in several banking positions at Van Lanschot Bankiers and Rabobank International.The trustees will be part of a new board model, consisting of an independent chair, two executive board members and eight non-executive trustees.SBZ is a non-mandatory industry-wide pension fund with approximately 12,500 participants. Eric Uijen, director of the €1.2bn pension fund for notaries (SNPF) in the Netherlands, has been appointed independent chairman at SBZ, the €3.7bn pension fund for care insurers.Uijen succeeds Ruben Wenselaar, who will continue as a trustee.Uijen is a veteran of the pensions and financial services sector, and has served as director of the notaries scheme since 2012.He has also served as director at Horeca, the pension fund for the Dutch hospitality industry, as well as the pension fund for industrial conglomerate Stork, which has now joined the metal scheme PME.
RelatedPosts Napoli Coach: Osimhen young lad with old brain Osimhen, Napoli bow to COVID-19 Customs intercepts suspect with 2,886 ATM cards concealed in noodles carton Bereaved Super Eagles’ striker, Victor Osimhen, has jetted out of France to reunite with his family in Nigeria.Osimhen, according to a family source, is expected to arrive the private wing of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos by 4pm. The Lille of France star’s father, Patrick, died on Saturday after a brief illness.The deceased is survived by the footballer, who is the last born of a family of seven children.The family has yet to announce burial arrangements for the late septuagenarian who hailed from Uromi in Edo State.Tags: Lille FCMurtala Muhammed International AirportPatrick OsimhenVictor Osimhen