July 2, 2022
Airlines Industry

Delta Air Lines Pilots’ Open Letter Hits at Carrier

The airline has joined a slew of other carriers in canceling large numbers of flights this summer due to staffing shortages.

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Industry Innovation

Joby Aviation Secures First FAA Certificate to Operate Air Taxis

Find out what the FAA’s Part 135 Air Carrier Certificate is and how it relates to electric aerial ridesharing services.

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Airlines Routes

United Airlines Newark Ops, Transatlantic Expansion

“If you’re going to fly out of Newark, I’d certainly encourage you to book on United,” replied United Airlines (UA) CEO, Scott Kirby.

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US FAA Safety Official Appointed as Acting Administrator

The Biden administration has selected Billy Nolen, the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) safety head, as the agency’s acting chief.

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Boeing 737-7 Certification Work Still in Progress

The 737-7 completed flight testing in October 2021, but Boeing says it has yet to complete a portion of the aircraft’s certification process.

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Today in Aviation

Today in Aviation: The FLRA Decertifies PATCO

MIAMI – Today in Aviation, the US Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization (PATCO) trade union was decertified by the Federal Labor Relations Authority. The decision came following an illegal strike that was ultimately broken by the Reagan Administration in 1981. PATCO was established in 1968 with the assistance of the lawyer and Pilot F. Lee Bailey. On July 3 […]

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