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Mon, Jul 13, 2020

ALPA Seeks To Head Off Future Airline Furloughs

In The Past Few Weeks, Thousands Of Pilots And Crewmembers Have Received Furlough Notices

Capt. Joe DePete, president of ALPA, issued a statement meant to respond to recent announcements of potential upcoming furloughs for aviation workers effective Oct. 1, 2020: “The economic impact COVID-19 has had on the airline industry has been profound for the workers who keep our skies safe and our world connected. Unfortunately, in the past few weeks, thousands of pilots and crewmembers have received furlough notices and, absent congressional action, it is likely that there will be more to come..."

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Sun, Jul 12, 2020

RAVN May Yet Live On... Under New Owners

Ravn Air Group Has Successfully Sold its Two Part 121 Airlines

Approval for the sale of all 12 lots of Ravn Air Group assets was granted this week at the final Bankruptcy Court hearing – including, in a last minute turn of events, Ravn Air Group’s two Anchorage- based Part 121 passenger air carriers (“RavnAir Alaska” and “PenAir”) which were sold as a “going concern” along with many of the assets of these two companies. The successful bidder of RavnAir Alaska and PenAir was FLOAT Shuttle, a Los Angeles–based air commuter service.

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Sun, Jul 12, 2020

DOT Fines Volaris for Violating Tarmac Delay Rule

Volaris Flight 881 Experienced A Tarmac Delay Of Four Hours And 21 Minutes

The Department of Transportation (DOT) has fined Concesionaria Vuela Compañía de Aviación (Volaris) $70,000 for violating a federal statute and the Department’s rule prohibiting long tarmac delays. The airline was also ordered to cease and desist from future similar violations. An investigation by the Department’s Office of Aviation Consumer Protection found that on September 13, 2017, Volaris Flight 881, carrying 92 passengers from JFK to Mexico City International Airport, experienced a tarmac delay of four hours and 21 minutes prior to departure from JFK, during which passengers were not provided an opportunity to deplane. In addition, Volaris did not provide food to passengers during the entirety of the tarmac delay.

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Tue, Dec 31, 2019

SSJ100 Meets The European Standards For Controller-Pilot Digital Communication

Aircraft Will Be Additionally Equipped With Controller-Pilot Digital Private Communications System

SSJ100 aircraft has successfully completed test flights and proved the performance capability of ATN system in real conditions in Europe. The installation of this system is relevant primarily for the operators flying to EU countries. Equipping of all civil passenger aircraft with ATN system starting from February, 2020 is a mandatory requirement of the European aviation authorities for flight operations in various European countries above FL285.

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