Is The Industry Serious About Pilot’s Mental Health?
Eight years after the tragic loss of Germanwings flight 4U9525, has the industry learned anything about the consequences of mental health on the air crew community?
Op-Ed: What EMS Can Learn From the Airline Industry
Airline crew resource management, quick reference handbooks, and fatigue management strategies can all be replicated in other industries.
Op-Ed: Give Bob Jordan a Second Chance
The public's sentiment against Bob Jordan is that he is to blame for the holiday meltdown; however, this perspective is misguided.
The US Airline Industry: an Atypical Oligopoly
Op-Ed: Deregulation can be seen as the turning point conducive to the airline industry becoming an atypical oligopoly.
Why Did Four Uzbekistan-bound A340s “Vanish” Over Iran?
What's the final destination of the four ex-Turkish Airlines A340s that were diverted to Tehran last week?
Ryanair May Extend Boeing 737NG Service amid MAX Delays
Ryanair (FR) warns that delivery delays of the Boeing 737 MAX may force it to extend its Boeing 737NG service.
airBaltic A220 Cockpit Flight to Amsterdam (+Video/Interview)
Airways is back again with airBaltic and its lime-green jets on a flight from Riga to Amsterdam onboard the airline's.
Approaching Kai Tak on a Boeing 747: A Pilot’s Perspective
Airways chats with Captain Obet Mazinyi about his time back in the day, shooting multiple approaches into Kai Tak Airport.
CEO Interview: SEA Milan Airports 3D Screening Upgrade
Airways had the chance to speak with SEA Milan Airports' CEO, Armando Brunini, about their new 3D luggage scanning technology.
CEO Interview: Vistara Ready to Join Air India, Drops US Plans
Airways had a brief exchange with Vistara's CEO, Vinod Kannan, who shed some light on the merger, the airline's fleet,.
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AirBaltic, TAROM Extend Codeshare Agreement
AirBaltic and the Romanian national air transport company Tarom have extended their codeshare agreement for the coming summer travel season.