December On Track As Weakest U.S. Travel Month Since August
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December is shaping up to be the weakest air travel month in the U.S. since August, as rising COVID-19 case counts and new government restrictions threaten to undo the modest demand improvement seen during the 2020 third quarter.
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Among the few differences between the FAA and some regulators on the Boeing 737 MAX’s re-entry into airline schedules is how pilots should be empowered to handle an erroneous stick-shaker stall-warning.
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