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Airlines will no longer be required to transport emotional support animals

Airlines no longer will be required to accommodate travelers who want to fly with emotional support animals such as pigs, rabbits and turkeys under a final rule announced Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Transportation. The new rule now defines a service animal to be a dog that is “individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of a person with a disability” and limits the number of service animals a person can travel with to two. It also requires airlines to treat… (www.msn.com) 更多...

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US DOT Takes Stronger Stand Against Emotional Support Animals

The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) has taken a harder stance on service animals (simpleflying.com) 更多...

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Boeing 737 Max completes first passenger flight since 2019 grounding

Wednesday was a big day for American Airlines and Boeing as it was the first time since March 2019 that passengers flew on a 737 Max. The jetliner was grounded worldwide following two deadly crashes overseas. (www.cbsnews.com) 更多...

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Thanksgiving Flight Traffic

See 2020 vs. 2019 Thanksgiving travel numbers, plus the latest traffic data from around the world. (flightaware.com) 更多...

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American Airlines goes full throttle to restore Boeing MAX fleet

American Airlines’ maintenance team is scrambling to complete safety changes to its fleet of Boeing 737 MAX jets ahead of a phased return to service, while deliveries of new jets are set to begin as early as this week. (www.reuters.com) 更多...

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Great images of early taxiway bridges and runway tunnels

Aircraft overpasses are commonplace nowadays but in the mid-20th century there were only a handful of them. This blogpost provides a nice overview of the first ones built (www.airporthistory.org) 更多...

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Delta Air Lines CEO Encourages Everybody To Get COVID-19 Vaccine

CEO of Delta Air Lines has spoken in an interview today about his feelings around the COVID vaccine (simpleflying.com) 更多...

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BREAKING Japan Airlines Boeing 777 suffered loss of fan blades shortly after takeoff

A Japan Airlines Boeing 777-200 suffered loss of fan blades in engine 1 shortly after takeoff from Okinawa-Naha Airport. (www.airlive.net) 更多...

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Airports reject vaccine requirement as travel debate intensifies

Aviation industry opposition to requiring mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for passengers has intensified as impending drug approvals trigger a debate over their role in air travel. (www.reuters.com) 更多...

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Man arrested for refusing to wear mask on Delta flight from Salt Lake City

A man was arrested after refusing to wear a face mask on a Delta Air Lines flight that was heading from Salt Lake City to San Francisco, authorities said. (nypost.com) 更多...

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British Airways launches investigation to identify stewardess advertising sex in mid-flight

British Airways has launched an investigation to identify a certain stewardess advertising sex between flights as well as mid-flight special adult entertainment. The flight attendant, who boasts of being part of the Heathrow-based crew, advertises her services with risqué photos while in-flight wearing her uniform. According to reports and interviews from The Sun, the unidentified attendant uses these photos to lure in clients through her blog. She writes: "If you ever want adult… (www.airlinerwatch.com) 更多...

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This global airline has no passengers, no cargo and flies just one way

The team at Jet Test and Transport runs a global airline -- but the planes fly on a one-way trip without passengers or cargo. They are experts in ferry flights, moving empty aircraft around the world. In the age of Covid-19, with airlines parking and shedding jets, co-founder Steve Giordano and his pilot partners are some of the busiest guys in the sky. (www.cnn.com) 更多...

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Ryanair Orders 75 More Boeing 737 MAX Jets

Boeing [NYSE: BA] and Ryanair announced today that Europe's largest airline is placing a firm order for 75 additional 737 MAX airplanes, increasing its order book to 210 jets. Ryanair again selected the 737 8-200, a higher-capacity version of the 737-8, citing the airplane's additional seats and improved fuel efficiency and environmental performance. (boeing.mediaroom.com) 更多...

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ATR’s Freighter Gains EASA Certification

European manufacturer ATR has officially received certification from EASA for its brand new 72-600F freighter. The turboprop aircraft is the cargo version of its regional passenger plane. FedEx Express will be the launch operator of the new cargo plane. (simpleflying.com) 更多...

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CDC Admits Airport Temperature And Symptom Screening Was Almost Useless

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has admitted that its now discontinued airport screening program proved ineffective at filtering the majority of those who were COVID-19 positive. (www.gatechecked.com) 更多...

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FlightAware Welcomes Dave Diulus as Director of Sales Enablement

HOUSTON, TX, December 4, 2020: FlightAware announced its appointment of Dave Diulus as Director of Sales Enablement. Mr. Diulus comes from UViar Fuel where he served as President from 2016 to March 2020. Prior to that, Mr. Diulus was the Chief Operating Officer Universal Weather and Aviation. His 32-year tenure at UWA helped expand its growth running various lines of business and sales and marketing. Dave will be leading various internal business and growth initiatives for FlightAware. (blog.flightaware.com) 更多...

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United Airlines flying Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

United Airlines Holdings Inc., reportedly began operating charter flights on Friday to better position Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for distribution once the shot is approved by the Food and Drug Administration. United will fly the chartered planes between Brussels International Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport as part of the “first mass air shipment of a vaccine,” supported by the FAA, The Wall Street Journal reported. (www.foxnews.com) 更多...


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