Air Transport Safety, Ops & Regulation

Jul 29, 2021
Aviation has been accustomed to being described as a culprit for climate change, but it should also see itself as a likely casualty.
Jul 27, 2021
The US is once more experiencing busy airports and full flights as domestic leisure travel numbers surge close to 2019 levels. In their pandemic isolation, however, some Americans appear to have forgotten how to behave in public.
Jul 27, 2021
Australia, Singapore and Thailand describe road maps for easing border restrictions.
Jul 23, 2021
The airframer and FAA are still discussing methodology for 787 post-production inspections.
Jul 16, 2021
With a fuel tax, SAF quotas and emissions-trading changes, "Fit for 55" adds up to higher airline operating costs.
Jul 30, 2021
New guidance from the FAA and EASA targets any operator with aircraft that have lavatory fire extinguishing bottles.
Jul 30, 2021
At least 12 significant cyber security incidents affecting the aerospace industry have been made public since the start of the year.
Jul 29, 2021
U.S. House lawmakers took steps on July 29 to advance legislation that would ban so-called flag of convenience carriers from operating in the U.S.
Jul 28, 2021
Aviation sector leaders have welcomed the U.K. government’s decision to end the quarantine upon arrival requirement for fully vaccinated air passengers from the U.S. and most of Europe—but lamented that the measure is probably too late to save the summer travel season.
Jul 28, 2021
Collins' TransAction solution acts as an “exchange,” taking in data from the IATA Travel Pass web interface before converting and distributing the inputs to various airline’s reservation protocols and departure control systems (DCS), and vice versa. 
Jul 26, 2021
The UK government launched a consultation July 23 to explore the introduction of mandates that would require a certain percentage of fuel on board an airliner to be sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).
Jul 23, 2021
A pair of federal lawmakers are seeking to bolster the security of cargo aircraft flight decks, part of an effort to address a longstanding safety loophole raised by pilots of freighter aircraft.
Jul 23, 2021
IATA sharply criticized the European Commission’s (EC) decision to set the continent’s minimum slot-use threshold at 50% for the 2022 winter season, slamming the move as “out-of-touch” with the harsh economic reality facing airlines.