Thomas Jaeger (ch-Aviation) and I talk about the state of the airline industry – labor (especially pilot) shortages, parts shortages, and supply chain glitches. All coming at a time when traffic has roared...
The numbers for 2021 were only marginally better than the worst year ever – 2020. What can we learn about the recovery? Analysts Addison Schonland and Timothy O’Neil-Dunne dig deeper into the world of numbers for US-based Airlines. The US Airline industry would...
Alaska Airlines is risking losing more pilots if it doesn’t successfully and quickly complete negotiations with pilots union ALPA. Negotiations over additional benefits have reached an impasse since starting in October. The Seattle Times quotes ALPA that it is seeing...
Cosmic Radiation? Yes in case you didn’t know there is such a thing. The IAEA link says we should not be worried. But if you’re reading this you surely have an elevated interest in aviation, and there’s an aviation angle you want to know about. The...
Headlines over the 4th of July weekend highlighted that US airline traffic reached pre-covid levels, but this was a bit of an apples to oranges comparison. In reality, we’re not back quite yet. Travel varies considerably by day of the week, and dates fell...
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