Severe Damage from Friday Storms Clobbers Major Airport
Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is closed indefinitely
after severe storm damage on the evening of Friday, April 22.
Initially, four people were transported to area hospitals with
minor injuries. All inbound and outbound flights are cancelled at
Lambert until further notice pending safety and operational
assessments to determine the full extent of damage to the airport
complex and the surrounding area.
Former Senator, Four Others Fatally Injured In August,
The NTSB has released the factual data it will use to determine
the probable cause in an accident which occurred on August 9, 2010.
The accident fatally injured former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens and
In a recent public statement, NTSB Chair Deborah A.P. Hersman
said that the crews of cargo planes should not be exempt from new
rules governing crew rest. That position drew a supportive response
from ALPA President Capt. Lee Moak Thursday.
U.S. Airways Says Sabre’s Practices Are "Anticompetitive"
US Airways has filed a federal civil antitrust lawsuit in the
Southern District of New York against Sabre Holdings Corp. to halt
anticompetitive and anticonsumer practices, as well as recover
Takes Top Colorado Honors For Innovation, Growth, And
Aircell has been selected as the 2011 winner of the
Communication Technology Professionals’ (CTP) annual Ascent
Award. Recognizing Aircell’s work with its Gogo and Gogo Biz
inflight Internet services, the award is based on innovation,
growth and the impact being made in the telecommunications
Cessna's LSA will be on display at the Cannes AirShow this
summer. Authorized Cessna sales rep Aeromecanic has just announced
a European exclusive, with the first C162 Skycatcher presented at
its display, along with a C182, a C172 and a Corvalis TT.
"(A)irline pilots’ bodies don’t consider
whether their plane is transporting pallets of cargo, military
equipment or troops, or commercial passengers when it comes to
feeling fatigued." Source: ALPA President Capt. Lee
The rate of departure or closing of a target relative to the
radar antenna at which cancellation of the primary radar target by
moving target indicator (MTI) circuits in the radar equipment
causes a reduction or complete loss of signal.