A Biman Bangladesh Airlines aircraft has crashed at Yangon Airport in Myanmar. The Bombardier Dash-8 A400 plane, registration number S2-AGQ, skidded off the runway on landing at 6:50pm in May, 8th. Reportedly there were 33 people on board; no fatalities have been reported although a number are said to have been hospitalised.
Boeing says it has developed software fixes for an automated flight-control system on its 737 airliners, which are under scrutiny after two deadly crashes in five months.
Jet Airways grounded a further ten aircraft on April 11, and appears to have suspended all its international flights, which is unsurprising since the airline is only operating 14 aircraft. Indian carriers must operate a fleet of more than 20 aircraft to fly internationally.