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Pilot Unions Form Coalition to Oppose Single-Pilot Operations, Citing Safety Concerns and Profit-Driven Motives

MONTREAL, CANADA — Pilot unions are strongly opposing single-pilot operations for commercial aircraft, labeling these automation-dependent concepts as profit-driven and posing significant safety risks. The Air Line Pilots Association International, European Cockpit Association, and International Federation of Air Line Pilots' Associations have formed a coalition to counter such initiatives and are committed to protecting the safety of passengers. (www.airlinerwatch.com) More...

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Boeing 787 Dreamliner Outpaces Airbus A350 in Sales

WASHINGTON — The Boeing 787 Dreamliner has surpassed the Airbus A350 in terms of sales, according to recent data. Despite the A350's high performance and reduced maintenance costs, airlines are more inclined to choose the 787 due to its better overall performance and lower price. (www.airlinerwatch.com) More...

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JetBlue to Cut New York Flights amid Air Traffic Controller Shortage

NEW YORK — As the busy summer travel season approaches, JetBlue Airways is gearing up to reduce its New York flights following a request from federal regulators for airlines to cut schedules by up to 10% at some of the country's most congested airports. (www.airlinerwatch.com) More...

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Boeing 777X Certification Inches Closer to Approval After Five-Year Delay

ARLINGTON, WASHINTON — The aviation industry's latest newsworthy story centers around the 777X certification, Boeing's newest wide-body aircraft, which has faced delays for the past five years and has yet to enter service. (www.airlinerwatch.com) More...

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Flight problems, not turbulence, found in death of former White House official

The flight that left a former White House official dead earlier this month was marked by a series of missteps, alerts and system issues before the plane lurched violently in the sky, according to a preliminary report Friday from the National Transportation Safety Board. (link to NTSB report in story) (www.washingtonpost.com) More...

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Japan and Australia's Plans for Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Sustainable aviation fuel is growing in popularity amid ongoing plans by the aviation sector to decarbonize. Japan and Australia are cooperating to expand the production of SAFs. (aeroxplorer.com) More...

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Modern Livery: Air Malta Receives 5th Airbus A320neo

Air Malta has welcomed its newest Airbus A320neo, the fifth to join its fleet and the first in over two-and-a-half years. The jet will sport a minimalist livery and replace one of the airline's older A320ceo aircraft. Air Malta welcomes 9H-NEE The carrier's fifth Airbus A320neo (registration: 9H-NEE) made its delivery flight on March 24th, flying for approximately two hours from Toulouse (TLS) to Malta International Airport (MLA). The aircraft was powered by a blend of Sustainable… (www.msn.com) More...

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Taiwan's EVA Air Finalizes an Order for Five Additional Dreamliners

ARLINGTON, WASHINGTON — Boeing today confirmed the completion of an order for five additional 787-9 Dreamliners from Taipei-based EVA Air, reflecting the airline's commitment to reducing carbon emissions and sustainably expanding its fleet. (www.airlinerwatch.com) More...

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Emirates Launches A380 Service to Bali

Two of the world's most popular tourist destinations will now be connected through an Airbus A380 service. The direct flight between Dubai and Bali with Emirates will start on June 1 and replace a Boeing 777 service. (aeroxplorer.com) More...

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Save on Aviator: The Ultimate Flight Tracking Platform By FlightAware

FlightAware is celebrating Sun 'n Fun with a FlightAware Aviator promo! Now until April 3, 2023, save 30% on an annual subscription to Aviator and Aviator+. (blog.flightaware.com) More...

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The most Chicago thing ever happened 20 years ago — an airport was bulldozed overnight

When the sun came up over Chicago on March 31, 2003, it shone down on six large Xs that were bulldozed overnight into the runway of a small downtown airport. (www.wbez.org) More...

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Delta restarts daily service between London and Los Angeles

Delta Air Lines is relaunching a daily service from London Heathrow to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), with the inaugural flight set to take off on Sunday (26 March). The non-stop route, last operated by the carrier in 2015, will be serviced by A330-900neo aircraft, which features four cabin classes, including Delta One Suites and Delta Premium Select. (www.businesstravelnewseurope.com) More...

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Many South African airports see air traffic navigation procedures suspended over noncompliance

The SA Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) has suspended certain air traffic navigation procedures at more than ten airports due to noncompliance. This has already caused delays at some airports on Wednesday, according to an industry insider. The list of airports affected by this decision includes Cape Town International Airport. (www.news24.com) More...

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Boeing probed for employees working on Air Force One jets without credentials

The Pentagon is looking into the case of some Boeing employees working on the current and upcoming Air Force One aircraft without updated security credentials. (www.aerotime.aero) More...


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