Cranky Weekly Review Presented by Oakland International Airport: Slot Waivers are Back, JetBlue’s Amsterdam Summer Vacation, More
Return Counter is Open: FAA to Allow Slot Returns The FAA announced it is issuing a limited waiver to permit carriers to return slots at three airports — New York/LGA, New York/JFK, and Washington/National — for the summer due to air traffic control staffing issues in the northeast. The idea is a pre-emptive attempt by
Our latest Plane & Pilot Your Flying World Photo Contest has wrapped up, and we have chosen the winners. Coming out on top was Philip … Read More “We Proudly Announce the Winners of the 2023 Your Flying World Photo Contest!” The post We Proudly Announce the Winners of the 2023 Your Flying World Photo
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released its final report on the August 7, 2021, crash of a Mooney M20 in Victoria, Minnesota, that … Read More “NTSB Finds Cause of Mooney Structural Failure Crash” The post NTSB Finds Cause of Mooney Structural Failure Crash appeared first on Plane & Pilot Magazine.
When I wrote recently about American’s efforts to create a fortress network, there was one obvious outlier. While American has tried to grow its position in the places where it is most dominant, the airline has behaved in the exact opposite way in the Northeast US, especially in New York. If we look in the