Air customs inspection fees to go to highway fund not customs inspections. Addictive airline fees are loved by airlines. Drone registration coming for commercial and, maybe, recreational UAVs.
With FAA’s new kid seat safety rule, will kids fly safer? After years of debate and another six months allowed for implementation, the FAA has succeeded in producing a new rule that will not protect children. It doesn’t require enforcement. It doesn’t apply to airlines without websites. But it does require airlines to tell passengers […]
Air India proposes even longer nonstop: 18 hours It appears to be a battle of the long-haul routes. Both Emirates and Air India are proposing new routes that will extend the length of flights. One goes over the Atlantic from Dubai to Panama City, the other over the Pacific from India to San Francisco. In […]
Eight stunning fall drives through a national forest Our national forests in the U.S. are truly national treasures. And theres on better time to take advantage of their beauty than during autumn when the colors and scenery are stunning. Take a drive through one of these breathtaking national forests this fall. Nature is putting on […]
Santiago, Cuba is worried about missing out on the tourism boom going on in Cuba, Gulf carriers say poor customer service (not overcapacity) has caused the US airlines to lose market share, FAA approves more than 1,000 drone applications
Affordable lodging in California mandated by law but hard to enforce, secret FAA fatigue study shows tired controllers, drunk pilots delay flight on airBaltic.
Drones came within 100 feet of two commercial flights at JFK airport on the same day last week. Drones are getting too close to planes too often. It’s time for Congress and the FAA to seriously address the problem with a new vision for US airspace.
Bumpier ride for SkyWest as it adapts to new FAA rules, FAA to combat hackers in airline takeover efforts, fake service animals illegal in Florida
Ned Levi examines the proposal to privatize the operation and management of the US’ air traffic control system as proposed by US Representative Bill Shuster (R-PA).
United to drop some winter transatlantic flights United Airlines will drop some international flights after the summer due to the strong dollar. United said it plans to halt service to Stockholm and Oslo from its Newark, New Jersey, hub between September 5 and May 4, 2016. It also expects to suspend one of its two […]