Top Headlines: Delta resuming flights from U.S. to China, Deuce Drone tests wing delivery

Delta to resume flights between the U.S. and China
Delta Air Lines said on Monday that it would resume passenger flights between the U.S. and China this week. The company said it’s the first U.S. airline to do so since February after flights were suspended as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. — Alabama Public Radio

Airbus’ final A380 jumbo jet fuselage
Airbus transported its last A380 fuselage through Levignac, France, via truck convoy en route to the final assembly line in Toulouse on Wednesday. The A380 product line is being shuttered as no more orders have been placed for the superjumbo jet and next-generation aircraft are taking its place. — Business Insider

Deuce Drone will test wing delivery over Alabama
Tasty wings may someday wing their way over the skies of Mobile, Ala. Startup Deuce Drone announced the signing this week of an agreement with Buffalo Wild Wings franchisee Potter Wings Mobile to demonstrate drone deliveries of the restaurant’s select menu items. — Drone Life

Governor’s study group likely to commend gambling expansion, observers say
Alabama state legislators will likely be called upon to consider the expansion of gambling in the state by the end of the year, but voters — who last had the opportunity to vote on gambling in 1999 — will have the last word. In the group’s fourth meeting on June 5, members heard from citizens and officials representing Greene County, where certain forms of gambling are currently allowed, including “charity bingo.” — Alabama Baptist

Confederate Motorcycles changes its name
One of the latest changes in response to recent civil rights demonstrations is at the Birmingham motorcycle manufacturer, Confederate Motorcycles, which has changed its brand to Combat Motors LLC, “to better reflect the values of the company, its clients and its mission.” — WHNT

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Private prison company bidding on new prisons in a stock price tumble
Shares for the private prison company bidding to build one or more of Alabama three new prisons are down more than 50 percent this year, and the company is reconsidering its business model. — Alabama Reporter

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