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June 16, 2020

Should Airlines Standardize Pre-flight Testing for COVID-19?

Airlines are slowly starting to operate more flights as regulators in different regions of the…

April 21, 2020

Gogo Cites Airline Traffic Decline in COVID-19 Furlough Decision

Gogo will furlough up to 60 percent of its workforce starting May 4, as the…

April 17, 2020

Airlines in Middle East Adjust to COVID-19 Pandemic

Middle Eastern carriers are resuming limited passenger flights, using the grounding of airplanes to perform…

April 10, 2020

ATC Charge Delay Provides Some Relief as European Airlines Navigate COVID-19 Crisis

Eurocontrol is extending the latest deadlines for air traffic services charges incurred by airlines between…

March 19, 2020

Airlines in Europe, US React to Unprecedented Impact of Coronavirus Outbreak

The largest commercial airlines in the U.S. and Europe are undergoing financial, operational and organizational…

December 30, 2019

How Electronic Technical Logbooks Enable Seamless Pilot-to-Maintenance Collaboration

The aircraft technical logbook plays a key role in aircraft turnarounds. It is the primary…

October 01, 2018

Buzzer-Beating Bill: FAA Set to Get Funding Before Shut-Down with Congress Reauthorization Vote

The U.S. Senate today voted 90-7 to end debate on the FAA reauthorization bill which…

September 28, 2018

FAA Re-Authorization Bill Passes House Ahead of October 1 Deadline

A re-authorization bill for the FAA that will secure nearly $90 billion in funding over…

August 24, 2018

How Are Airlines Adjusting to Higher Jet Fuel Prices?

The price of jet fuel is currently 36.5% higher than it was one year ago.…