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Simple Flying | January 23, 2020
British Airways and Qatar Airways have applied to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to coordinate their services on a number of routes between Australia and the UK. This joint business venture would see collaborations on nine ‘key routes’ between the UK and Australia, via Doha. Collaboration points include scheduling, pricing, marketing, and more. The application made to the ACCC highlights nine routes to connect four Australian cities with the UK, operating v...
US Department of Transportation | June 09, 2020
The US Department of Transportation (DOT) will extend its financial support to airlines that cancel “Essential Air Service” (EAS) flights due to lack of demand stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.
The agency had already authorised paying 50% of subsidies for flights cancelled due to lack of demand as long as carriers serve the destinations with at least one round trip daily, six days weekly. In Alaska, carriers must complete at least 50% of weekly schedules to receive payme...
uAvionix | October 20, 2020
uAvionix Corporation announced today that it has filed an application for a standard technical order (TSO) with the FAA Aircraft Certification Office (ACO) for its flagship Mode S ADS-B OUT transponder for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). The ping200X follows a series of pioneering low-size, weight and power (SWaP) electronics developed and certified by uAvionix for UAS and General Aviation aircraft. Certification approval is expected in Q4 2020....
United Airlines | August 27, 2020
United Airlines is preparing for the biggest pilot furloughs of its history after announcing on Thursday the need to cut 2,850 pilot jobs this year, or about 21% of the total, without further U.S. government aid. Airlines, reeling from the devastating impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic on air travel, have asked the U.S. government for another $25 billion to cover employee payroll through March.
The first tranche, which banned any job cuts until Oct. 1, expires at the end of Septembe...
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