Benítez to leave Newcastle United

first_imgLondon: English professional football club Newcastle United has parted ways with Spanish coach Rafael Benitez, the Premier League side announced on Monday. “We have worked hard to extend Rafa’s contract over a significant period of time, however it has not been – and will not be – possible to reach an agreement with Rafa and his representatives,” Newcastle said in a statement. Benitez’s contract is due to expire on June 30 after two and a half seasons at the helm of the club, reports Efe news. “Rafa’s coaching staff, Paco de Míguel Moreno, Antonio Gómez Pérez and Mikel Antia, will also leave the club on 30th June,” the club added. Benitez joined Newcastle after a seven-month stint at Real Madrid in 2016. He was landed with a sinking ship in March 2016 as the team from northeast England struggled to leave 19th place, the second last place in the table. The team went down in the Championship but under the continued management of Benitez came straight back up to the top-flight, where it finished 10th that season. The team finished 13th in its most recent campaign. During his period in charge, Newcastle played 146 matches, with a ratio of 62 wins to 31 draws and 53 defeats, scoring 209 goals and conceding 171.last_img read more

American pushes back expected return date for Boeing Max

FORT WORTH, Texas — American Airlines is pushing back the planned return of its Boeing 737 Max jets until early September, two weeks longer than the airline had previously expected.American over the weekend removed its 24 Max jets from the flight schedule through Sept. 3.The plane has been grounded around the world since mid-March, after the second of two crashes that killed a combined 346 people in Indonesia and Ethiopia.Boeing is updating anti-stall software implicated in the crashes. The aircraft maker hopes to conduct a test flight in the coming weeks to demonstrate the changes for the Federal Aviation Administration.American is cancelling about 115 flights a day because of the grounding of its Max jets.Southwest and United have dropped their Max jets from schedules into early August.The Associated Press read more

Departure and arrival times of several flights changed for June 3rd

Colombo00.45 a.m.Bangkok05.50 a.m. The following changes have been made to scheduled SriLankan Airlines flight times on Sunday 3rd June (all times are local): Singapore07.40 a.m.Colombo09.00 a.m. DepartureDeparture TimeArrivalArrival Time DepartureDeparture TimeArrivalArrival Time Colombo00.35 a.m.Kuala Lumpur06.55 a.m. Kuala Lumpur07.55 a.m.Colombo09.00 a.m. 2)      UL306/7 on 03rd June will be advanced. 7)      UL306 on 03rd June. 6)      UL318 on 03rd June. DepartureDeparture TimeArrivalArrival Time DepartureDeparture TimeArrivalArrival Time Colombo06.25 a.m.Singapore13.00 p.m. 5)      UL302 on 03rd June will be advanced. Bangkok06.50 a.m.Colombo08.40 a.m. DepartureDeparture TimeArrivalArrival Time Colombo06.30 a.m.Kuala Lumpur12.50pm DepartureDeparture TimeArrivalArrival Time Colombo00.01 a.m.Singapore06.40 a.m. DepartureDeparture TimeArrivalArrival Time Colombo00.01 a.m.Singapore06.40 a.m. 1)      UL318/19 on 03rd June will be advanced. 3)      UL402/3 on 03rd June will be advanced SriLankan Airlines said that it regrets any inconvenience caused to its valued customers, due to a factor that is beyond the airline’s control. 4)      UL314 on 03rd June will be advanced. Colombo00.35 a.m.Kuala Lumpur06.55 a.m. DepartureDeparture TimeArrivalArrival Time 8)      UL402 on 03rd June. Colombo00.45 a.m.Bangkok05.50 a.m. The departure and arrival times of several flights have been changed for June 3rd due to the launch of an experimental flight over the Indian Ocean.SriLankan Airlines said that it has advised its customers that the departure and arrival timings of several flights at the Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) on Sunday 3rd June 2018 have been changed due to the launch of the experimental flight over the Indian Ocean by a country in the region on this day. Corporate CommunicationsSriLankan Airlineswww.srilankan.com read more