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- For Many Early-Stage Aviation Companies, The Jig Is Up
Until this year, aerospace fledglings had their best chance in well over a decade to secure outside investment. In today's economic climate, they now must fight for survival.
Forbes. Monday, 3 Oct 2022.
- Shell (SHEL) Expects Pre-Pandemic Aviation Fuel Demand by 2024
Shell (SHEL) anticipates global consumption of aviation
fuel to be on par with the pre-COVID figure of 300 million tons per year in the next one to two years.
Zacks. Monday, 3 Oct 2022.
- Legendary Ukrainian Top Gun who led infamous 'Ghost of Kyiv' pilot division dies in Black Sea
Colonel Mykhailo Matyushenko was head of the Air Force's 40th Tactical Aviation
Brigade, which guarded the skies over the Ukrainian capital.
Daily Mail. Monday, 3 Oct 2022.
- Thousands are left stranded in Florida airports as more than 2,000 flights are canceled nationwide
A wave of canceled flights continued Thursday as more than 2,000 flights have been canceled nationwide, according to the Federal Aviation
Daily Mail. Thursday, 29 Sep 2022.
- Cirrus Aviation Services Aims To Beat Pilot Shortage In Jet Charter
With pilots in short supply in the aviation
industry, will a new Pilot Development Program from Cirrus Aviation
Services in Nevada help bring new flyers onboard?
Forbes. Friday, 23 Sep 2022.
- United Airlines (UAL) to Resume US Flights to Cuba by Year End
United Airlines (UAL) flight resumption to Cuba should create aviation
jobs and multiple other indirect vacancies.
Zacks. Friday, 23 Sep 2022.
- Boeing to pay $200 million to settle charges over 737 Max crashes
giant "put profits over people" in assuring the public that its plane was safe, SEC official said.
CBS News. Thursday, 22 Sep 2022.
- How Naval Aviation Training, Safety Has Changed One Year After Military Jet Crashes Into Lake Worth Neighborhood
A bird strike and crash in a Lake Worth neighborhood involving a military training jet have resulted in a renewed focus on safety and training protocols, a commander with the U.S. Navy said.
NBC. Tuesday, Sep 20 2022.
- United Airlines threatens to leave JFK Airport, wants FAA to OK more flight slots
United Airlines on Tuesday threatened to withdraw from New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport if the Federal Aviation
Administration doesn't grant the carrier more flight slots.
Washington Times. Wednesday, 7 Sep 2022.
- Mississippi pilot facing charges for terrorist threats after threatening to crash into town Walmart
Local police said Cory Wayne Patterson didn't have a pilot's license but had some flight instruction and was an employee of Tupelo Aviation
ABC News. Saturday, 3 Sep 2022.
- Watchdog says FAA needs to improve how it handles laser incidents
In the first seven months of 2022, at least 5,061 laser strikes have been reported to the Federal Aviation
CBS News. Wednesday, 31 Aug 2022.
- Teenage Aviator Circles the Globe Solo, Setting a Record
Mack Rutherford, 17, landed in Sofia, Bulgaria, on Wednesday, ending a 30-country, 30,000-mile journey and becoming the youngest pilot to circle the globe alone in a small plane.
New York Times. Wednesday, 24 Aug 2022.
- Ethiopian Airlines pilots 'overshoot runway after falling asleep'
The Ethiopian Airlines pilots dozed off at 37,000ft but woke to land the plane, an aviation
BBC News. Friday, 19 Aug 2022.
- United Airlines makes a $10 million deposit for 100 flying four-person electric taxis
United Airlines is betting on a "Jetsons"-style future for commuters by putting down a $10 million deposit on a fleet of 100 flying four-person taxis from Archer Aviation
Washington Times. Wednesday, 10 Aug 2022.
- JetBlue plane clips wingtip of Southwest jet at LaGuardia airport: FAA
A JetBlue plane clipped the right wingtip of a Southwest jet while pushing back from a gate at LaGuardia Airport Sunday morning, according to the Federal Aviation
ABC News. Sunday, 7 Aug 2022.
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