Airlines for Europe (A4E) released news that should be read and digested. The EU experiment remains a work in progress. The “seamless European sky” is still a fantasy. For the full year, A4E reports Eurocontrol estimates that total delay minutes will be up by 53%...
Ops Group put out an urgent message that warrants attention. “Last week, 120 Ethiopian Air Traffic Controllers announced a strike. Approximately 100 of them have now been banned from operating, and 10 of them – including the Chief Controller, Senior ATCOs,...
Privatization of Air Traffic Control has come up on almost an annual basis for the last couple of decades, and the battle has been between the airlines, who favor the concept, and general aviation, who do not. The rationale is that those who pay the most will receive...
The United States was once the global leader in aviation, enabled by a forward thinking FAA. Today, that agency is bogged in politics and red tape, resulting in decision-making processes that would result in a description of incompetence and the phrase “you’re fired”...
There is a debate within the US about privatizing the ATC system. The debate has big implications for air travel. On the pro-privatization side, we have Airlines for America, the industry trade group. They point out that the FAA, which currently manages the...
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