James May: "The U.S. Airlines Are Fully Behind ... This Strong
Set Of Reforms"
AirTran and the Air Transport Association (ATA) said at a
Tuesday news conference they support legislation introduced by U.S.
Senator Blanche Lincoln, (D-AK), to "limit excessive speculation in
the oil markets" and "put Main Street's interests ahead of Wall
Organizations To Participate In An Online Panel Discussion To
As air travel in Europe moves slowly back to something
resembling normal, the European ash crisis continues to impact
airlines, passengers and cargo around the world. An interactive,
online discussion will be held at 1500 BST Friday, April 23, to
address the situation.
WAI Conference Attendees Offer Their Perspectives on Military Careers
On February 25th through February 27th, 2010, the Women in Aviation International organization held their 21st annual conference; over 3,000 women and men gathered at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort to celebrate the 2010 WAI Conference theme, “Aviation – It’s a Small World.” Developed in 1990, Women in Aviation, International is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the encouragement and advancement of women throughout aviation career sectors and interests.
The FAA granted expanded type inspection authorization (TIA) to
Boeing Tuesday, clearing the way for its personnel to fully
participate in future test flights and for the collection of
required flight-test data. Initial TIA was granted Feb. 11, which
supported the collection of flutter certification data.
Mechanics Union Approves New Four-Year Contract, All Labor
Hawaiian Airlines and the International Association of
Machinists and Aerospace Workers, District 142 announced Tuesday
that union members have approved the new four-year contract
negotiated last month between the company and union leadership.