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- How This Female Gulf War Veteran Champions The Next Generation Of Women In Aviation
Sheryl Clarke, director of safety and security at Jet Linx, has served as a role model to women behind the scenes in the aviation
industry and within the U.S. Air Force for three decades. ...
Forbes. Friday, 23 Oct 2020.
- Infectious diseases specialist challenges airlines' COVID safety analysis
A campaign by coronavirus-stricken aviation
giants to persuade the world it's safe to fly has been questioned by one of the scientists whose research it draws upon.
Yahoo. Monday, 19 Oct 2020.
- Boeing 737 Max is safe to fly again, Europe's aviation regulator says
The head of the European Union Aviation
Safety Agency said the Boeing 737 Max is safe to fly again.
CNBC. Friday, 16 Oct 2020.
- Report: Europe closing in on decision to let 737 Max fly
BERLIN (AP) - Europe's aviation
regulator is closing in on a decision to allow the Boeing 737 Max to return to the air after it was grounded worldwide following two deadly crashes, according to a report Friday. ...
Washington Times. Friday, 16 Oct 2020.
- Aviation staffer who has flown with Biden tests positive for COVID-19
The Biden campaign has announced someone who flew with the former vice president to Ohio on Monday and Florida on Tuesday has tested positive for COVID-19.
ABC News. Thursday, 15 Oct 2020.
- Aviation tycoon, 51, and wedding venue firm launch High Court bid to block Covid laws
Businessman Simon Dolan, 51, and Cripps Barn Group have launched a joint legal challenge against the UK government's Covid rules, which they claim are illegal and unreasonable.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 15 Oct 2020.
- Here's how Singapore plans to resume international travel safely
With no domestic air travel market, Singapore "can't wait around for a vaccine" to revive its aviation
sector, said Ong Ye Kung, the country's transport minister.
CNBC. Monday, 12 Oct 2020.
- Airlines Used Cares Act Funds To Pay Workers. Airline Contractors Took The Money And Let Workers Go, Report Says
A new Congressional report says aviation
contractors took payroll support program money yet laid off thousands of workers. The report blasted both the Treasury Department's slow pace of work and the contractors' use of the money.
Forbes. Sunday, 11 Oct 2020.
- Airline furloughs send ripple effects through U.S. economy
One out of every 14 U.S. jobs are at least partially supported by commercial aviation
CBS News. Saturday, 10 Oct 2020.
- 'Queen of the Skies': British Airways retires final two jets in 747 fleet
Heathrow Airport will witness aviation
history later as British Airways retires its final two iconic 747 aircraft.
Sky News. Wednesday, 7 Oct 2020.
- Aviation industry dealt another blow with time consuming review planned into coronavirus screening
industry had hoped trials of new systems designed to cut travel quarantine times could begin as soon as tomorrow. Pictured: The testing facility at Heathrow Airport.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 7 Oct 2020.
- Garmin Expands Aviation & Smartwatch Offerings With D2 Air
Garmin (GRMN) launches D2 Air watch to expand its D2 aviator
Zacks. Monday, 5 Oct 2020.
- Airbus executive says aviation outlook worse than expected
The outlook for the aviation
industry has deteriorated again due to rising coronavirus infections and renewed travel restrictions, Airbus chief operating officer Michael Schoellhorn was quoted as saying on Saturday. ...
Yahoo. Saturday, 3 Oct 2020.
- Augmented reality revolutionizes military flight training
Traditional flight training for U.S. military pilots is expensive and risky. From 2013 to 2017, more than 130 servicemembers died in aviation
accidents. Now, one tech startup says it has a way to avoid those tragedies. Lee Cowan reports.
CBS News. Wednesday, 30 Sep 2020.
- Bipartisan House Bill Aims to Fix Boeing 737 Max Safety Lapses
The measure seeks to strengthen the Federal Aviation
Administration and impose tougher penalties on corporate executives who undermine regulators.
New York Times. Monday, 28 Sep 2020.
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