Articles tagged “faa”

Unruly Air Passengers Are Still Unruly
Airlines

Unruly Air Passengers Are Still Unruly

Ruthy Muñoz, Skift

U.S. Airlines Ground Portions of Their 737 Max Fleets to Check on Electrical Power Issue
Airlines

U.S. Airlines Ground Portions of Their 737 Max Fleets to Check on Electrical Power Issue

David Shepardson, Tracy Rucinski and Ankit Ajmera, Reuters

Biden Transportation Department Zeros in on Aviation Emissions in Climate Push
Airline Weekly

Biden Transportation Department Zeros in on Aviation Emissions in Climate Push

Disruptive Airline Passengers Face Harsher Penalties, Says FAA Chief
Airlines

Disruptive Airline Passengers Face Harsher Penalties, Says FAA Chief

David Shepardson, Reuters

U.S. Airlines Still Have Lots to Do to Put the 737 Max in the Air After FAA Approval
Airlines

U.S. Airlines Still Have Lots to Do to Put the 737 Max in the Air After FAA Approval

Madhu Unnikrishnan, Skift

U.S. to Approve 737 MAX Return as Boeing Faces Strong Headwinds
Coronavirus and Airlines

U.S. to Approve 737 MAX Return as Boeing Faces Strong Headwinds

Eric M. Johnson, Tracy Rucinski, David Shepardson, Allison Lampert and Jamie Freed, Reuters

American Airlines Aims to Return the Boeing 737 Max to the Skies by the End of the Year
Airlines

American Airlines Aims to Return the Boeing 737 Max to the Skies by the End of the Year

Ann Maria Shibu, Reuters

The FAA Just Gave Airlines Another Break on Airport Slot Waivers: Why Aren’t Carriers Happier?
Airline Weekly

The FAA Just Gave Airlines Another Break on Airport Slot Waivers: Why Aren’t Carriers Happier?

The Most Important Story in Airlines in 2019
Airlines

The Most Important Story in Airlines in 2019

Brian Sumers, Skift

Southwest Airlines Prepares to Return Boeing 737 Max to Service
Airlines

Southwest Airlines Prepares to Return Boeing 737 Max to Service

Mary Schlangenstein, Bloomberg

Congress Grills FAA Officials on Why Boeing Jet Wasn’t Grounded Sooner
Airlines

Congress Grills FAA Officials on Why Boeing Jet Wasn’t Grounded Sooner

Courtney Rozen, Ryan Beene, and Alan Levin, Bloomberg

Lufthansa’s Potential $6.4 Million Fine Is One More Reason Euro Airlines Want to Forget 2019
Airlines

Lufthansa’s Potential $6.4 Million Fine Is One More Reason Euro Airlines Want to Forget 2019

Patrick Whyte, Skift