Three Points: Boeing’s CFO retires, Martian Kitty Hawk, COVID in India

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  • Boeing’s CFO, Greg Smith, is retiring. He had amassed a slate of responsibilities that had effectively made him as close to being CEO without actually getting the title.
  • Aviation is now multi-planetary. The Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s helicopter, Ingenuity, successfully took flight on Mars.
  • A new COVID-19 variant is ravaging India. The country had more cases on Monday than were found in the next 11 countries combined. The air travel link to and inside the planet’s second most populous nation is at extreme risk.
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