EU Transport Ministers agree to update blocked SES regulation from 2013. This could make the skies over Europe more efficient, and reduce aviation’s environmental footprint. During 3734th Council meeting on Transport, Telecommunications and Energy, this week EU Ministers acknowledged the […]
Presumably, under the premise that you can make a bad situation better by making it bigger, there are reports that the US Administration is now considering a global ban on the carriage of large electronic devices onboard flights bound for […]
The Fair and Open Skies group representing the Big 3 U.S. airlines and airline unions in the battle against the Big 3 Middle Eastern carriers in the prolonged battle for travel routes that the U.S. airlines in question don’t choose to serve has issued an announcement saying that US Travel doesn’t have the best interest of US airline workers at heart.
Ryanair says the UK risks leaving the UK without any flights to/from Europe after March 2019, when it formally exits the European Union.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has published an urgent call to action urging governments to address restrictions on the carriage of larger electronic devices onboard.
ICAO statement on electronics ban.
A4E reports that French ATC strikes caused a record-breaking 1,500 flight cancellations and more than 320,000 minutes (or 5,300 hours) of delays.
“Our world has grown much wealthier through trade and travel. Air travel liberates people to live better lives and makes our world a better place,” said de Juniac.
Have annotated the EO based on what I know of present aviation regulatory requirements, for the purpose of review by airline industry experts.