U.S. Lawmakers Propose Bill To Reinforce Cargo Flight Decks
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WASHINGTON—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.
IATA Slams European Slot Waiver Decision For Winter 2022
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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.
The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) has tentatively approved the comeback of ExpressJet, the regional carrier that ceased operations last September after United Airlines consolidated its Embraer ERJ-145 flying with rival affiliate CommutAir.
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