Lukaku hits back at Twitter critics

Lukaku hits back at Twitter critics

The Belgian international and Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has hit back at those that have posted critical tweets about him on the social media platform Twitter. In a film posted on the Twitter wall of his sponsor Puma, the 25-year-old that was instrumental in Manchester United’s Champions League win against Paris Saint-Germain last week reads out a number of the tweets and answers his critics. “Lukaku has invented a new position: the defensive striker”. “Newcastle wants the best Lukaku (Romelu’s brother Jordan).” “Solskjær is going to United. He will…

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Two Tui Boeings bound for Brussels redirected abroad

Two Tui Boeings bound for Brussels redirected abroad

Two Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft owned by the airline Tui Belgique en route to Brussels were redirected to other airports on Tuesday evening. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) closed EU airspace to the Boeing 737 MAX 8 and 9 on Tuesday from 8 p.m., said Tui Belgique spokesman, Piet Demeyere on Wednesday. The closure came two days after the Ethiopian Airlines crash involving a Boeing 737 MAX 8. The two rerouted aeroplanes, coming from Egypt and The Gambia respectively, had to land at the closest available airports when…

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Third cargo handler at Brussels Airport from April

Third cargo handler at Brussels Airport from April

A new cargo handler at Brussels Airport, dnata, has registered its first customer, Singapore Airlines Cargo, and will “formally” start its activities on the 1st of April, its CEO in Belgium said on Monday. In late October, dnata became the third company licensed to handle cargo on flights at the airport, after Aviapartner and Swissport, but did not start operating then. Work still needed to be done on a warehouse where it could stock its goods while waiting to transport them by plane or by truck, and it still had…

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