News Listings for Allegheny County

  • Delta maintains Pittsburgh-Paris route

    News | 12 Jul 2011 18:48 | Dan Webb

    <p>Delta Air Lines will be maintaining service on its route from Pittsburgh to Paris without subsidy, the Regional Air Service Partnership (RASP) has announced.</p><p>RASP...
  • Pittsburgh hopes Delta’s Paris service will remain intact

    News | 10 Jan 2011 16:01 | Lori Ranson

    <p>Members of Pittsburgh's business community remain hopeful that Delta will continue to offer its direct flight from the city to Paris after an agreement with...
  • Pittsburgh gains new chartered cargo flights from Asia

    News | 12 Apr 2010 14:39 | Mary Kirby

    <p>New York freight forwarder Wings Logistics has selected Pittsburgh International Airport as a distribution point for chartered cargo flights from Asia.</p><p>The...
  • Gulfstream delays new service from Pittsburgh

    News | 12 Mar 2010 22:36 | Megan Kuhn

    <p>Plans by Gulfstream International Airlines to launch regional service at Pittsburgh International airport as early as the first quarter of 2010 have been...
  • STAT MedEvac ASAP: a deeper dive into helicopter safety

    News | 15 Feb 2010 12:00

    Can safety management systems curb the alarming rise in the number of helicopter emergency medical service accidents?
  • Helicopter harmony, Pennsylvania style

    News | 12 Feb 2010 00:00

    <P>Everyone may share the friendly skies, but whether you are escorting a diplomat, airlifting a patient or keeping an eye on the traffic for a television channel, everyone has a different objective when the rotors begin their beat. </P> <P>With all those competing interests, communication and co-operation is essential. That is why the Western Pennsylvania Helicopter Safety Summit, a gathering held every four months, was created.</P> <P>STAT Medevac, a helicopter emergency medical service operator based outside Pittsburgh, hosted the latest event on 21 January, near its home base on Allegheny County airport. </P> <P>It has been an uneventful winter in the region in terms of dangerous incidents, but between top staffers from several HEMS operators, the Pennsylvania State Police, two US Federal Aviation Administration representatives and electronic news-gathering helicopter pilots from three television channels, there was plenty to say, and all of it highlighted the necessity of co-op