Pilots Must Still Ratify Their Agreement Before The Larger
Boeing Will Fly For Southwest
Southwest Airlines said Thursday that its Flight Attendants,
represented by the Transport Workers Union (TWU) Local 556, voted
to ratify a tentative agreement reached with the Company in
September to add the Boeing 737-800 to the current collective
Below-Wing ACS And Cargo Employees Say "No" To IAM
Delta Air Lines has received notification from the National
Mediation Board (NMB) more than 53 percent of below-wing Airport
Customer Service (ACS) and Cargo warehouse employees voting in the
Fleet Service election rejected representation by the International
Association of Machinists (IAM).
First Time To See Individual Ice Chunks In Comet Cloud
The EPOXI mission's recent encounter with comet Hartley 2
provided the first images clear enough for scientists to link jets
of dust and gas with specific surface features. NASA and other
scientists have begun to analyze the images.
Arrangement Will Provide Better Clinical Integration Of Medical
A long-time partnership between Greenville Hospital System
University Medical Center (GHS) in Greenville, SC and Med-Trans
Corp. has a new face and address – as well as a 2,700-pound
royal blue helicopter.
A woman employed by the city of Denver at KDIA and a firefighter
stationed at the airport used a $2.5 million mobile command post
for sexual liaisons on three separate occasions in 2009. Neither is
still employed by the city.
“We are not shutting down. However, we cannot
continue to subsidize the company at the level we have in the
recent past." Source: Mooney Chief
Financial Officer Barry Hodkin, in a statement posted Thursday on
the Mooney website.