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List/Grid Author Archives: JT

Drone’s close encounter with airliner spurs call to tighten laws

A video from a drone that flew within feet of an airliner over Las Vegas and prompted outrage on the internet has spurred three influential U.S. aviation lobbies to call for tighter ...

London City Airport reopens following removal of WWII bomb

London City Airport was declared open Tuesday, restoring flights at the hub that serves the U.K. capital’s main financial districts, following the removal of an unexploded World ...

D.C. airports sold to the highest bidder? Not so fast …

Could the Washington, D.C.-area’s airports be sold off by the federal government? That’s been a hot topic since the idea was officially included in the Trump Administration’s ...

Boeing announces $900 million in orders at Singapore Airshow

Boeing announced more than $900 million in orders on Tuesday at the Singapore Airshow from companies in the region and beyond. “Predicted growth for aerospace services in the ...

After much fanfare, China’s first airliner off to a slow start

China’s first airliner designed to compete with Airbus and Boeing is off to a slow start. After the fanfare surrounding the C919′s maiden flight in May, the single-aisle ...

Security concerns remain as investigation continues into body found on airport runway

It’s been nearly a month since a body was found on the reef runway at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu. Yet the state is still not providing any answers on how ...

Airport worker strike set for Wednesday afternoon

A group of 500 baggage handlers, wheelchair attendants, cabin cleaners, and skycaps at Logan Aiport plans to go on strike late Wednesday afternoon in what is expected to be one of the ...

Orlando airport considers ousting TSA for private screening

Responding to a move by Orlando International Airport to consider ousting federal screeners in favor of private workers, the Transportation Security Administration will hold briefings ...

Southeast Asian airlines are looking to non-stop US flights – despite profit challenges

 Vietnam Airlines will struggle to be profitable on non-stop flights between Vietnam and the United States due to a lack of demand from business travelers, but it may launch them anyway ...