United Airlines introduced a new feature Tuesday the
Chicago-based carrier hopes will ease passenger frustrations a bit,
at least for its high-ticket customers -- iPod and iPhone
connectivity to its inflight enterntainment system.
The bleeding continues for the North American airline industry.
Air Canada plans to cut up to 2,000 jobs from its ranks by the end
of 2008, as the carrier slashes capacity to cope with the slumping
economy and record high fuel costs.
They wanna to get out... perhaps while they still can. Delta Air
Lines announced Monday 4,000 employees have taken voluntary buyouts
announced earlier this year... twice the number initially forecast,
and 1,000 more than the Atlanta-based airline reported just two
Says FAA Hasn't Complied With NTSB's 2007 Recommendations
Claiming the FAA has continued to refuse to comply with the
National Transportation Safety Board's April 2007 recommendations to
work with controllers on fatigue issues, the National Air Traffic
Controllers Association announced Monday its own plans to develop a
"fatigue management system."
Boeing, Singapore Technologies Aerospace Ltd (ST Aerospace) and
ANA (All Nippon Airways) celebrated the completion and
certification of the first 767-300 Boeing Converted Freighter at a
redelivery ceremony held in Singapore Monday.