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Buying Business Travel | February 14, 2020
Delta Air Lines has announced it will commit US$1 billion over the next decade as part of its goal to mitigate all emissions from its global business in the future. The carrier said it will invest in driving innovation, advancing clean air travel technologies, accelerating the reduction of carbon emissions and waste, and establishing new projects to mitigate the balance of emissions....
JetBlue | June 17, 2020
An internal JetBlue Airways memo obtained by Business Insider details a plan for the airline to begin laying off workers on Oct. 1, 2020, and outsourcing some positions at smaller airports. The Oct. 1 date is key, not only for JetBlue but all U.S. carriers – it’s the day when airlines become unshackled from the provisions of accepting government grants and loans as part of the CARES Act stimulus package. The government stipulated that airlines who accepted the money must keep staffin...
GA Telesis | September 01, 2021
GA Telesis, LLC, the pioneering leader in integrated aviation services, announces its MRO Services Group has introduced a transmissivity test cell for repairing and overhauling aircraft radomes. The radome maintenance will be performed at the FAA and EASA-approved composite and aerostructures repair facility near Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport. This new test cell is capable of testing a wide range of OEM platforms accommodating all Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Cessna, Embraer, an...
Skift | April 08, 2020
Boeing Co said late on Tuesday it will make two new software updates to the 737 MAX’s flight control computer as it works to win regulatory approval to resume flights after the jet was grounded following two fatal crashes in five months. The planemaker confirmed to Reuters that one issue involves hypothetical faults in the flight control computer microprocessor, which could potentially lead to a loss of control known as a runaway stabilizer, while the other issue could potentially lead to ...
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