Coyne Says It Allows Him To Speak Directly To The Members
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) unveiled the
first video in an ongoing series featuring NATA President James K.
Coyne on Monday. Called "Coyne's Video Briefings," a new video will
be released every few weeks and will focus on "hot topics" and
important current events.
Claim Negligence On The Part Of Several Subcontractors
Relatives of eight of the victims aboard Air France Flight 447,
which went down in the Atlantic Ocean on a flight from Rio de
Janeiro to Paris last May, have filed lawsuits against several U.S.
companies which provided products or components for the
The ballot of BA's 14,000 cabin crew will open on Monday 16th
November, Unite the union announced Monday. Unite says that BA's
continued failure to consult properly on 2000 notified redundancies
and the company's determination to impose fundamental changes to
working practices leave it no other option.
Nearly $7 Million To Replace Facility Built In the 1960's
The FAA has awarded a $6.77 million grant to Missoula
International Airport for construction of a new control tower,
which will replace the 1960's-vintage facility currently in use.
Airport director Cris Jensen said the 60-foot-tall tower is the
oldest in Montana, and perhaps the oldest in the region.
Secretary Salazar, Governor Rendell, Senator Casey And Others
Break Ground On Permanent Memorial
Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar joined Pennsylvania
Governor Ed Rendell, Senator Bob Casey and the families of the
Flight 93 heroes on Saturday to break ground on the Flight 93
National Memorial. Senator Arlen Specter and Congressmen John
Murtha and Bill Shuster had representatives there on their
National Air Transportation Association (NATA) President James
K. Coyne joined with ten other members of the Teterboro Airport
Industry Working Group last week in asking FAA Administrator Randy
Babbitt to increase the priority for construction of a new Air
Traffic Control Tower at Teterboro Airport.