Articles tagged “pilots”

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The FAA Got Feedback on Pilot Mental Health. Now What?

April’s recommendations to the FAA on mental health address many of pilots’ concerns. How the FAA sees them through is another story.

The FAA Got Feedback on Pilot Mental Health. Now What?

Airlines

Southwest Exits 4 Airports as Boeing Delays Mount

Southwest said it would leave four airports in a bid to cut costs as delivery delays with the Boeing 737 Max 7 strain its growth plans.

Southwest Exits 4 Airports as Boeing Delays Mount

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Spirit Airlines Delays Airbus Deliveries and Furloughs Pilots to Boost Balance Sheet

These two major developments suggest that Spirit Airlines management are taking the carrier's financial situation very seriously.

Spirit Airlines Delays Airbus Deliveries and Furloughs Pilots to Boost Balance Sheet

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United Airlines CEO’s Pay Nearly Doubled in 2023

Due to the end of CARES Act restrictions on executive pay, United CEO Scott Kirby’s total compensation nearly doubled in 2023.

United Airlines CEO’s Pay Nearly Doubled in 2023

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United Airlines Asks Pilots to Take Unpaid Time Off Due to Boeing Delivery Delays

The unpaid time off is the latest instance of how delivery and certification issues with Boeing’s aircraft are impacting airlines’ operations.

United Airlines Asks Pilots to Take Unpaid Time Off Due to Boeing Delivery Delays

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India Takes Steps To Manage Fatigue Risks for Aviation Crew: India Report

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation's decision to ease work pressure on aviation crew is a welcome step, considering the recent reports of fatigue-related safety risks.

India Takes Steps To Manage Fatigue Risks for Aviation Crew: India Report

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Supply Chain Nightmares Will Haunt the Airlines

Planes, engines, pilots: There's a shortage of just about everything and it's going to hold back the aviation industry.

Supply Chain Nightmares Will Haunt the Airlines

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India Registers 22% Jump in Licenses For Women Pilots: India Report

The 22% increase in the issuance of licenses to women pilots is a welcome step in a profession that is mainly deemed male-dominated.

India Registers 22% Jump in Licenses For Women Pilots: India Report

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Southwest Strikes $12 Billion Deal With Pilots After Years of Talks

Southwest was the last of the largest U.S. airlines to reach a deal with its pilots' union.

Southwest Strikes $12 Billion Deal With Pilots After Years of Talks

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Pilot Mental Health: Safety Board Chair Calls for FAA Action on ‘Bureaucratic Nightmare’

Unraveling the "bureaucratic nightmare" that is the FAA's mental health processes will be tough. But NTSB Chair Jennifer Homendy is firm that it needs to be done.

Pilot Mental Health: Safety Board Chair Calls for FAA Action on ‘Bureaucratic Nightmare’