Articles tagged “faa”

Airlines

What Biden’s Transit Expert Pick Will Bring to the FAA’s Top Job

Managerial skills may be what President Biden is going for with his nomination of transit executive Phil Washington to lead the FAA. After this summer of flying mayhem, managerial skills may be what's needed most now.

What Biden’s Transit Expert Pick Will Bring to the FAA’s Top Job

Airline Weekly

Delta CEO Cites FAA for Airline Disruptions Ahead of Busy July 4th Weekend

Everyone is pointing fingers when it comes to who is to blame for the flight delays and cancellations plaguing U.S. airlines. In these situations, the truth tends to fall somewhere in the middle.

Delta CEO Cites FAA for Airline Disruptions Ahead of Busy July 4th Weekend

Airlines

Airline CEOs to Meet U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg About Summer Travel Crush

It is hard to see what concrete steps come out of this meeting. Summer travel in the U.S. could face major disruptions unless inflation-driven pricing cools things down.

Airline CEOs to Meet U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg About Summer Travel Crush

Airline Weekly

Why the Biggest Pilots Union Says There Is No Pilot Shortage

The largest U.S. pilots union is trying to prove that there is no pilots shortage; rather, the union argues airline wages are too low. Airlines — and the federal government — say otherwise.

Why the Biggest Pilots Union Says There Is No Pilot Shortage

Airlines

Mexico’s Volaris Expects to Launch Los Angeles Route by December

Confident about its ability to tap into the market to switch bus passengers to air travel, Volaris is planning to expand operations in the U.S. But before that the airline will have to wait for the U.S. to restore Mexico's aviation safety rating.

Mexico’s Volaris Expects to Launch Los Angeles Route by December

Airlines

Delta Plans to Remove Mask Violators From No-Fly List

As airlines in the U.S. lose no time in adopting the no-mask mandate, Delta looks to restore flight privileges of passengers who had earlier been barred over mask violations. Customers would, however, need to be at their best 'expected behavior' when flying with the airline.

Delta Plans to Remove Mask Violators From No-Fly List

Airlines

FAA Seeks $159,000 in Fines From 2 Passengers for Alleged Unruly Behavior

When it comes to unruly flyers, aviation watchdogs can spit and bite, too.

FAA Seeks $159,000 in Fines From 2 Passengers for Alleged Unruly Behavior

Airlines

U.S. Passengers Fined $645,000 for Mask Violations in Past 12 Months

A growing number of travelers are (literally) letting their guard down, but don't expect the Transportation Security Administration to show any leniency towards maskless flyers.

U.S. Passengers Fined $645,000 for Mask Violations in Past 12 Months

Hotels

Daily Podcast: Hotels Housing Ukrainian Refugees

Good morning from Skift. It's Tuesday, March 1, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Hotels Housing Ukrainian Refugees

Airlines

U.S. Extends Pandemic Waivers for Airlines to Keep Valuable Airport Slots

The fact that several airlines requested an extension for the the waivers is a major sign the industry doesn't expect international air travel to reach pre-Covid figures anytime soon.

U.S. Extends Pandemic Waivers for Airlines to Keep Valuable Airport Slots