Susan Michaelis published a report that found a “clear link” between cabin air and health issues. Maybe a more definitive, independent report might answer the open questions.Read More
Two articles on carrying personal electronic devices (PEDs) on airplanes that are evidence of miscommunication between the Secretary of Homeland Security and the IATA Director General.
Delta and Atlanta’s airport are joining forces to support conservation projects on the Flint River, which should be recognized in a future NEPA review.
Air America, a commercial airline created in 1950, has a war record of high caliber as a CIA proprietary airline.
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt and Bahrain have cut diplomatic ties with Qatar and announced a land, sea and airspace blockade over terrorism support claims.
The FAA proposed a $435,000 civil penalty against United Airlines, but there is a lack of transparency on whether the FAA will use enforcement or compliance.
The FAA issued an Airworthiness Directive (AD) for certain Zodiac seating systems that may cause serious injury during forward impacts and may well set precedents in aircraft certification.
Congress must decide whether FAA or TSA has authority over ion batteries. Ban them from the cargo belly? Or ban laptops from the passenger cabin?
Having demonstrated less than excellent service to their passengers, do you think Congress will be confident in turning the management of the ATO to these same executives?
Sharing and cooperation are essential to this highly connected industry. Compete on economics; collaborate on safety.