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EXPRESSJET AIRLINES REACHES NEW CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH FLIGHT ATTENDANTS

Aviation Pros | March 11, 2020

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ExpressJet Airlines announced that a new four year collective bargaining agreement (CBA) went into effect on Mar. 9, covering the airline's Flight Attendants represented by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, AFL-CIO. The new agreement, implemented following the conclusion of an arbitration proceeding, includes wage increases for the Flight Attendants and combines two previously separate work groups into one seniority list and contract....

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ANA AND SIA JOIN HANDS

Travel Daily Media | February 03, 2020

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All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan’s largest airline and Singapore Airlines (SIA) signed a joint venture framework agreement that would deepen the partnership between the two Star Alliance carriers. This deal aims to provide customers with more seamless flight connectivity between the two carriers and access to a wider network. It would allow ANA and SIA to further strengthen their cooperation on services between Singapore and Japan, as well as in key markets including Australia, India, Indon...

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ATLAS AIR BOEING 767 ENGINE EMITTED FLAMES CAUSING A DIVERSION

Atlas Air | September 07, 2020

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On September 5th, an Atlas Air 767-300 heading from Honolulu (Hawaii) to the US territory of Guam was forced to divert back to Honolulu. The decision was made after the aircraft’s right-hand engine had suffered repeated engine surges/compressor stalls. While the plane landed safely and no injuries were reported, some terrifying passenger video of the engine emitting flames was posted to the internet....

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VERTICAL & HEATHROW TO COLLABORATE ON FUTURE OF URBAN AIR MOBILITY

Vertical | October 25, 2021

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Vertical Aerospace ("Vertical"), the global aerospace and technology company that is pioneering zero-emissions aviation, today announces a collaboration with Heathrow Airport to explore how Vertical's VA-X4 electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle could operate from Heathrow by the mid-2020s. The agreement between Heathrow and Vertical is a significant milestone for Britain's zero-emissions aviation industry. Both parties will work closely to explor...

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EXPRESSJET AIRLINES REACHES NEW CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH FLIGHT ATTENDANTS

Aviation Pros | March 11, 2020

ExpressJet Airlines announced that a new four year collective bargaining agreement (CBA) went into effect on Mar. 9, covering the airline's Flight Attendants represented by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, AFL-CIO. The new agreement, implemented following the conclusion of an arbitration proceeding, includes wage increases for the Flight Attendants and combines two previously separate work groups into one seniority list and contract....

Read More
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ANA AND SIA JOIN HANDS

Travel Daily Media | February 03, 2020

All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan’s largest airline and Singapore Airlines (SIA) signed a joint venture framework agreement that would deepen the partnership between the two Star Alliance carriers. This deal aims to provide customers with more seamless flight connectivity between the two carriers and access to a wider network. It would allow ANA and SIA to further strengthen their cooperation on services between Singapore and Japan, as well as in key markets including Australia, India, Indon...

Read More
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ATLAS AIR BOEING 767 ENGINE EMITTED FLAMES CAUSING A DIVERSION

Atlas Air | September 07, 2020

On September 5th, an Atlas Air 767-300 heading from Honolulu (Hawaii) to the US territory of Guam was forced to divert back to Honolulu. The decision was made after the aircraft’s right-hand engine had suffered repeated engine surges/compressor stalls. While the plane landed safely and no injuries were reported, some terrifying passenger video of the engine emitting flames was posted to the internet....

Read More
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AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

VERTICAL & HEATHROW TO COLLABORATE ON FUTURE OF URBAN AIR MOBILITY

Vertical | October 25, 2021

Vertical Aerospace ("Vertical"), the global aerospace and technology company that is pioneering zero-emissions aviation, today announces a collaboration with Heathrow Airport to explore how Vertical's VA-X4 electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicle could operate from Heathrow by the mid-2020s. The agreement between Heathrow and Vertical is a significant milestone for Britain's zero-emissions aviation industry. Both parties will work closely to explor...

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