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May 02, 2013

Auburn University Aviation Management Program Faces Uncertain Future

Program Is Reportedly 'Days Away' From Losing Accreditation

Auburn University's four-year aviation management program could lose its accreditation if the school does not hire additional accredited professors to bring down the student/faculty ratio, but the school has said it has no plans to hire more tenured professors for the program.

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Republic Airways Pilots Union Pulls Volunteers For Safety, Other Programs

Cites 'Management Misconduct' As Reason For The Move

The union representing pilots for three regional airlines owned by Indianapolis-based Republic Airways Holdings has pulled volunteers for safety and other critical programs due to what the union says is "management misconduct."

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Teens Accused Of Vandalizing Plane In Spain

Aircraft At Madrid Airport Reportedly Suffered $39,000 In Damages

Two young men ages 16 and 19 are accused of causing $39,000 in damage to an airplane parked at Madrid Airport over the weekend.

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AD NUMBER: 2013-08-16

PRODUCT: Certain Boeing 737-700 and -700C series airplanes.

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SWAPA President Congratulates Foxx On Nomination

Richardson Says The Union Looks Forward To Working With Foxx On An Airline Industry Growth And Safety Plan

Captain Mark Richardson, President of the Southwest Airlines Pilots' Association, released a statement following the nomination of Anthony Foxx to lead the Department of Transportation supporting the choice.

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FA Strike Looms Closer At US Airways Express

No Flight Attendant Agreement Reached After Recent Negotiations

The reality of a strike at US Airways Express carrier Piedmont Airlines appears to be drawing closer after what was described by the flight attendants' union as "continued stonewalling" by management throughout contract negotiations.

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