Articles tagged “alaska airlines”

Airlines

American Airlines and Flight Attendants Fail to Reach New Contract

Without a new contract, American Airlines flight attendants say they are preparing to potentially strike.

American Airlines and Flight Attendants Fail to Reach New Contract

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FAA Chief Says Agency Was ‘Too Hands Off’ With Boeing Before Alaska Airlines Incident

The FAA now plans to meet with Boeing every week to keep track of the plane maker’s progress as it seeks to turn around its production and quality control processes.

FAA Chief Says Agency Was ‘Too Hands Off’ With Boeing Before Alaska Airlines Incident

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Flight Attendants’ Union Rejects American Airlines’ 17% Pay Increase Proposal

The union that represents American Airlines flight attendants rejected the carrier's proposal to increase wages by 17%. Now, American flight attendants are preparing for the possibility to strike.

Flight Attendants’ Union Rejects American Airlines’ 17% Pay Increase Proposal

Travel Technology

How Google’s AI Could Change Travel: 4 Projects For Apps, Airlines, and Hotels

Google has made several announcements in recent weeks about how its generative AI model is being used to power next-generation travel technologies.

How Google’s AI Could Change Travel: 4 Projects For Apps, Airlines, and Hotels

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Airlines Scramble for Extra Slots at Reagan National Airport

A provision to add five additional long-distance flights out of DCA in the FAA bill has sent airlines in a frenzy to apply for one of the new slots.

Airlines Scramble for Extra Slots at Reagan National Airport

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Corporate Travel Comeback: Airlines Say They’re Seeing Gains

Once at a standstill as a result of the pandemic, road warriors are returning to business travel as corporations implement more return-to-office policies and in-person client meetings.

Corporate Travel Comeback: Airlines Say They’re Seeing Gains

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Boeing Breached 2021 Settlement Related to Fatal Max 8 Crashes, Justice Department Says

The Justice Department has determined that Boeing violated the terms of its deferred prosecution agreement related to the Max 8 fatal crashes. It’s unclear whether the DOJ will now pursue a criminal prosecution into the plane maker.

Boeing Breached 2021 Settlement Related to Fatal Max 8 Crashes, Justice Department Says

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Major U.S. Airlines Sue Biden Administration Over Junk Fees Rule

Major U.S. airlines have filed a lawsuit against the Department of Transportation’s “junk fees” rule, arguing that it the rule is a regulatory overreach that would create more confusion for consumers.

Major U.S. Airlines Sue Biden Administration Over Junk Fees Rule

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Alaska Airlines Tests AI for Loyalty and Flight Search

Though the new Alaska Airlines AI flight search tool has issues, it's an early glimpse at how the future of airline loyalty tech and search could look.

Alaska Airlines Tests AI for Loyalty and Flight Search

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Alaska Airlines Wants Flyers to Buy Sustainable Fuel Credits — Will It Work?

Alaska Airlines is letting customers purchase sustainable aviation fuel credits to offset the carbon footprint of their flights. These will go toward Alaska’s investments in developing and scaling SAFs.

Alaska Airlines Wants Flyers to Buy Sustainable Fuel Credits — Will It Work?