atc

AA/US team members meet with Congress, FAA may furlough controllers, new Tom Bradley terminal opens at LAX

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Sequester cuts are hitting the FAA air traffic control system. While Congress has asked for a list of non-operational areas that could be cut, the FAA demurred and announced cuts that seem to have been designed to generate maximum public pain.

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Virgin America launches codeshare with Singapore, United sidelines second 787, ATC union warns of layoffs, Westjet’s Christmas flash mob

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Sequestration FAA cuts, American Airlines’ FAs accept contract, what your luggage says about you

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Pushing the 787′s entertainment sytem, ATC errors increasing in Philadelphia, union may strike against Air Canada

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Cities try to keep Delta service, ATC errors set record, praise for toilet

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Blizzard causes travel havoc, how to rebook, AirAsia boss may buy Virgin Atlantic

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I just saw another article about a new “attempt at passing a climate change bill in the Senate.” With the underpinnings of climate change in doubt, resignations of UN environmental bigwigs, flat temperatures over the past 15 years and the discovery that glaciers covering the Hymalayas are not likely to disappear in a decade, I […]

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Here in Washington, a steady drip of commentary about the air traffic control system and airline avionics is making it obvious that the government is making plans to pay for the upgrade needed by the airlines to access the next generation of air traffic control. While much of the ground-based system can handle advanced controlling […]

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United will retire the last of its 737 on Wednesday. It will make its last landing at San Francisco International Airport.

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