On Sept. 15, ICAO issued a curious tweet about its Council Aviation Recovery Taskforce (CART), a group representing member states and organizations that was assembled in short order this spring to recommend an international response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Elected leaders of the union representing United Airlines pilots unanimously approved a tentative deal that would take nearly 3,000 involuntary furloughs off the table through June 2021, substantially upping the likelihood that pilots will avoid mass furloughs planned across the company this fall.
One of the unions representing British Airways (BA) cabin crew and ground staff has accused the airline’s CEO of misleading parliamentarians over whether staff will be subject to “fire and re-hire” tactics at the company.
The Salt Lake City Department of Airports and Delta Air Lines forged ahead this week with the opening of a revamped Salt Lake City International (SLC) despite the COVID-19 pandemic, touting the first phase of a $4.1 billion project aimed at allowing the airport to comfortably handle 26 million passengers annually.
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