New York (AirGuide Features - Inside Air Travel) Mon, Sep 29, 2014 - The US FAA
said it has set a target of October 13 to restore to service a Chicago-area air traffic control site that was set ablaze by a field technician, as delays and cancellations continued at Chicago airports.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry Features) Thu, Sep 11, 2014 - The US FAA
has proposed a combined total of more than USD430,000 in penalties for five companies, including FedEx, British Airways and American Eagle Airlines, for alleged violations of safety and hazardous material regulations.
In January, airline regulators around the world, led by the US FAA
, grounded the global fleet of around 50 in-service 787s after several instances in which the aircrafts' batteries caught fire.
However, as an extra precautionary safety measure and in line with its commitment of putting safety above all else, Ethiopian has decided to pull out its four Dreamliners from operation and perform the special inspection requirements mandated by the US FAA
However, the future looks rosier as SWA commented that the market price for fuel has rebounded since the September 30 end of the quarter "and our future fuel hedge portfolio has gained back over $300 million in value': said Chairman, President and CEO Gary Kelly He reiterated that the carrier and AirTran Airways, which SWA acquired in May, plan to begin integrating next year, assuming the US FAA
grants a single operating certificate and labour issues are resolved.
To receive Part 129 from the US FAA
, so soon after our placement on the IOSA registry, is a fantastic achievement.
During his 21-year career with the US FAA
(1971 to 1992), Mr.
A joint operation between Avolar and Hamilton Aerospace Technologies, a US FAA
and JAA-approved aircraft repair station that specializes in the maintenance, engineering, and modification of large commercial jet transport aircraft owned by Global Aircraft Solutions, is offering a variety of third-party maintenance services to other airlines at the new hangar.
24 after the US FAA
lifted a ban imposed two days ago when a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip landed near Tel Aviv airport.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry Features) Thu, Mar 13, 2014 - The US FAA
is considering requiring drug and alcohol testing of workers maintaining aircraft operated by US carriers in facilities located outside the United States, but could face problems with a myriad of local laws.
According to the union, in 1975, the US FAA
claimed exclusive jurisdiction over workplace safety and health for all crewmembers, preventing OSHA, the agency that regulates the safety and health of most U.
has granted a Production Certificate 700 for the aircraft.