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Unions representing U.S. flight attendants call on DOT to support established labor standards

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WASHINGTON – The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA), the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM), and the Transport Workers Union (TWU) called on the Department of Transportation (DOT) to reject an application for

NAI calls on DOT to approve Norwegian Air International’s application

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WASHINGTON — Norwegian Air International (NAI) filed comments with the U.S. Department of Transportation on Aug. 19 confirming its support for the European Commission’s (Commission) views that parties to the US-EU Open Skies Agreement

Fashion models turn Southwest Airlines flight into runway in the sky

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DALLAS — More than 140 Southwest Airlines customers are heading to The Magnificent Mile® in Chicago with spending money after fashion models put on a show on their flight at 35,000 feet. The “Runway in the Sky”

First fully autonomous mission: K-MAX unmanned helicopter deploys SMSS unmanned ground vehicle

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DALLAS — Lockheed Martin, in collaboration with the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC), recently conducted a fully autonomous resupply, reconnaissance, surveillance and target-acquisition demonstration using its Squad Mission Support System

Cal/OSHA cites Menzies Aviation for LAX worker fatality

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LOS ANGELES – On Aug. 20, Cal/OSHA cited Menzies Aviation $77,250 for three serious accident related, one serious and one regulatory violation following an investigation into the February death of a worker at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), who

British Airways flies endangered monkey 5,000 miles to new UK home

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British Airways has flown a vulnerable primate more than 5,000 miles from the Maldives to start a new life in the UK. The Bengal Slow Loris, a small species of monkey no larger than a

CBP aircraft locates vessel in distress

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GRAND FORKS, N.D. - U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Air and Marine agents assigned to the North Dakota Air Branch located four people on Red Lake after a call for assistance came in from the