Articles tagged “safety”

Airlines

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

Airlines

FAA’s Safety Review Team Demands Action After Spate of Near Accidents

The FAA doesn't have any time to waste if it's prevent a catastrophic incident in the skies.

FAA’s Safety Review Team Demands Action After Spate of Near Accidents

Tourism

Minneapolis’s Tourism Campaign Pushes Back Against Ghost Town Narrative

Minneapolis has been working hard to convince its Minnesotans that it's come a long way from its darker days.

Minneapolis’s Tourism Campaign Pushes Back Against Ghost Town Narrative

Tourism

China’s Latest Holiday Points to Summer Strength in Outbound Travel

The Chinese are traveling, perhaps not as much as destinations would have liked them to, but the resurgence of Chinese travel brings optimism for travel businesses worldwide. It's a positive indication of recovery and a step towards normalcy in the tourism industry.

China’s Latest Holiday Points to Summer Strength in Outbound Travel

Tourism

Chicago’s Taylor Swift Concert Was a Tourism Boost. City Hopes There’s More to Come.

Taylor Swift's concert showed Chicago can host large events. But the city's tourism industry is still combatting negative images around public safety.

Chicago’s Taylor Swift Concert Was a Tourism Boost. City Hopes There’s More to Come.

Airline Weekly

Aeromexico Awaits U.S. and Mexico Agreement Over ‘Differences’ in Safety Rating Upgrade

A U.S. upgrade to Mexico's air safety rating is proving an ever moving target between leaders on both sides of the border to the bane of airlines.

Aeromexico Awaits U.S. and Mexico Agreement Over ‘Differences’ in Safety Rating Upgrade

Business Travel

Female Business Travelers Still Face Safety Concerns

Making business travel more inclusive for women would go a long way in helping the sector make more progress in its recovery. But companies still have a lot of work to do help female business travelers overcome the challenges they face.

Female Business Travelers Still Face Safety Concerns

Airlines

Boeing Halts Delivery of Some 737 Max Aircraft As Southwest Will Be Impacted

Nice and easy does it, Boeing. The FAA hopefully will place keen attention on the fixes given this aircraft's safety track record.

Boeing Halts Delivery of Some 737 Max Aircraft As Southwest Will Be Impacted

Tourism

Why New York Thinks Tweaking Iconic Tourism Slogan From ‘I’ to ‘We’ Matters

Tourism marketing slogans should stick to their domain when they try to spur locals to civic pride and action: focusing on what makes the destination so great to attract locals and visitors in the first place.

Why New York Thinks Tweaking Iconic Tourism Slogan From ‘I’ to ‘We’ Matters

Airlines

FAA Issues Safety Warnings to Airlines Following Spate of Near Collisions

The FAA's safety alert is a loud message to the aviation industry that it needs to act quickly — and enact recommended safety measures — to prevent a catastrophe in the skies.

FAA Issues Safety Warnings to Airlines Following Spate of Near Collisions