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Sat, Jan 28, 2023

NTSB Prelim: Airbus A330-243

A Cloud Shot Up Vertically (Like A Smoke Plume) In Front Of The Airplane In A Matter Of Seconds

On December 18, 2022, about 10:07am HST (20:07 UTC), Hawaiian Airlines flight 35, an Airbus A330-200, N393HA, experienced severe convectively induced turbulence at flight level (FL) 400, about 65 nm NNE of Kahului, Maui, Hawaii, about 40 minutes from landing at Honolulu International Airport (HNL), Honolulu, Hawaii. Of the 291 passengers and crew, there were 25 injuries, of which 6 were serious.

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Tue, Jan 24, 2023

Southwest to Pay $45-Million in Pilot Bonuses after Operational Breakdown

Penance in Dollars

Dallas, Texas-based Southwest Airlines—the world’s largest low-cost air-carrier and one of the United States’ major airlines—continues to live down the consequences of operational shortfalls that egregiously and irreparably disrupted the holiday travel plans of thousands of its passengers. A Southwest Airlines spokesperson disclosed that pilots are among "several operational workgroups" offered bonus pay for their efforts during the "unprecedented disruptions over the holidays."

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Tue, Jan 24, 2023

United Opens Expanded Inflight Training Center

$32M Expansion Adds Ditching Trainer for Water Landings, Amphitheater as Part of Growth Plan

United Airlines opened its expanded Inflight Training Center, a 56,000 square foot facility with a bevy of new classrooms, additional cabin and door trainers to bolster its output of qualified flight attendants. The 32 million-dollar Houston, Texas facility is now host to all the necessary class space for the company's expansion plans. If United's plans bear out, it will soon be used to train 4,000 new flight attendants among 15,000 new employees in general.

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