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Airlines Push to Soften Oversight

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Consumer advocates are complaining that a regulation proposed by the U.S. Department of Transportation — at the airline industry’s urging — would make it harder to penalize airlines for bad behavior and to adopt new rules that protect travelers. (www.latimes.com) Más...

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Airbus Nears Launch of A350 Freighter Program

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Airbus is moving ahead with the development of a freighter version of the A350 aircraft, sources tell Cargo Facts. Sources say Airbus is actively pitching a freighter variant of the A350 to cargo operators, and would formally launch the new production freighter program once it secures a charter order (cargofacts.com) Más...

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Mitsubishi Aircraft completes maiden flight with first Japanese GTF engine

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Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation announced today the completion of the company’s Flight Test Aircraft 1 (FTA1)’s maiden flight with its first Pratt & Whitney GTF PW1200G engine assembled in Japan. (airwaysmag.com) Más...

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Three U.S. Senate Democrats propose sweeping reforms after Boeing 737 MAX crashes

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Three Democratic U.S. senators on Tuesday introduced sweeping legislation to reform how new airplanes are certified and overseen by U.S. regulators after two fatal Boeing 737 MAX crashes killed 346 people. (uk.reuters.com) Más...

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Canada to conduct flight tests on grounded Boeing 737 Max fleet

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House of Commons committee studying 737 Max aircraft after 18 Canadians died in crashes (www.cbc.ca) Más...

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Last A380 heads by road to the factory (video)

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A convoy of trucks transporting A380 parts ready to be assembled traversed the French village of Lévignac, on the way to the Airbus plant near Toulouse. Since the European planemaker began building A380s in the mid-2000s, it’s been a ritual happening a few times a year, with the entire village turning out to see the giant pieces wheeled through the town, dwarfing the houses. Thursday was when the last full six-truck convoy — including three pieces of the fuselage, the tail, and the wings —… (thepointsguy.com) Más...

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Chinese Airlines Offering Bottom Of The Barrel Prices On Domestic Tickets In Wake Of Coronavirus

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Chinese airlines have slashed domestic ticket prices, with some fares being as much as ten times cheaper than usual. (www.gatechecked.com) Más...

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American Airlines shares drop to the lowest in more than 6 years amid coronavirus airline rout

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The rout in airline stocks continued Tuesday with American hitting a more than six-year low, leading the S&P 500 down as worries persisted about the impact of the coronavirus on travel demand. Shares of U.S. carriers were all off by more than the broader market. (www.cnbc.com) Más...

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Frontier announces new routes to Ontario and Phoenix

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Frontier Airlines (2nd) has announced new service from Seattle/Tacoma to Ontario International Airport. (worldairlinenews.com) Más...

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Launching Soon: WOW Air Italy, Or Something

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The rebirth of WOW Air is odd because it seems to me like the people running it are serious about the airline (unlike Baltia), and they have the cash (unlike Global Ghana Airlines #LowAltitudeFlightAttendants), yet I keep thinking this whole thing is a practical joke. (onemileatatime.com) Más...

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Pilot makes emergancy Landing in Baker City Oregon, Oregon

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The pilot put down in the field after the engine of his small plane failed in Baker City Oregon. (www.ktvb.com) Más...

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LAX Begins Using Self-Service Luggage Check-In System

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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A high-tech self-service system which could significantly cut down on lines and reduce the time it takes fliers to check their luggage is being tested at Los Angeles International Airport beginning Wednesday. The self-service bag drop system is being tested in a pilot program at LAX’s Tom Bradley International Terminal. (losangeles.cbslocal.com) Más...

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