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FAA demanding more transparency from U.S. airplane manufacturers - testimony

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"We are prioritizing oversight of manufacturers and working to focus that oversight on safety-critical areas. We are delegating fewer responsibilities and demanding more transparency from them, and evaluating key assumptions prior to delegating functions in certain areas." (www.reuters.com) Mais...

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Ex-Alitalia Flight Attendants Strip Off Uniforms In Protest

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Dozens of former flight attendants from defunct Italian airline Alitalia stripped off their uniforms Wednesday, wearing only undergarments in a silent, choreographed protest in central Rome (abcnews.go.com) Mais...

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United Airlines makes more cargo revenue with less cargo

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Cargo capacity is very tight and United Airlines is benefitting from its widebody fleet. (www.freightwaves.com) Mais...

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American, Southwest Airlines Update Plans for Unvaccinated Employees

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American Airlines won’t automatically fire employees who aren’t vaccinated by the airline’s deadline, and Southwest Airlines won’t place unvaccinated employees on unpaid leave, according to recent updates by airline officials and unions. (www.webmd.com) Mais...

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Alliance Ground acquires cargo handler at Chicago O'Hare airport

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Ground handlers are consolidating at congested O'Hare airport. (www.freightwaves.com) Mais...

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Southwest Airlines Not Done Yet With Boeing 737 MAX Orders

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Southwest Airlines continues its buying-mood by adding more Boeing MAX 7s to its fleet. During the third quarter, the carrier exercised options on eight aircraft for delivery in 2022 while on the first day of Q4 on October 1, it did the same for another eight for delivery in 2023, it said in its Q3-results. More firm orders are likely this year, as Southwest is not done yet with MAX orders. (airinsight.com) Mais...

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Ex-Jet Airways 777 Flies To Be Scrapped After 2 Years Stuck In Amsterdam

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On Tuesday afternoon, Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport said goodbye to a Boeing 777-300ER that had been parked there for 2.5 years. (simpleflying.com) Mais...

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