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  • DC-9 depressurised after ramp crew covered up tug strike

    US investigators have determined that ground staff covered up an accident in which a vehicle damaged a McDonnell...

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  • Landing gear mishap spurs NTSB recommendations for maintenance training

    News | 02 Jun 2010 15:09 | Lori Ranson

    A retracted landing gear incident at Air Wisconsin Airlines has led the National Transportation Safety Board to conclude more on-the-job training is necessary...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Landing-gear-mishap-spurs-NTSB-recommendations-for-maintenance-training-342693/
  • DC-9 depressurised after ramp crew covered up tug strike

    News | 15 Dec 2008 15:00 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    US investigators have determined that ground staff covered up an accident in which a vehicle damaged a McDonnell Douglas DC-9's fuselage, and allowed the...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/DC-9-depressurised-after-ramp-crew-covered-up-tug-strike-320149/
  • America West and US Airways agree merger

    News | 23 May 2005 23:00

    <p>America West Airlines and bankrupt US Airways have struck a merger agreement that will see the two carriers operate under the US Airways brand and be headed by America West chief executive Doug Parker.</p> <p>The merged airline will be modelled after low-cost carrier Southwest, focusing on local point-to-point services and pulling out of transcontinental routes to avoid competition from low-cost carriers like JetBlue.</p> <p>The deal will be financed with $1.5 billion in new capital, including $350 million of new equity commitments, $675 million from partners and suppliers, and proceeds from a $150 million rights offering. Airbus has agreed a $250 million loan as part of a deal that will see the merged airline become an A350 launch customer.</p> <p>The $350 million of new equity is expected to be provided by four separate groups. Air Canada parent ACE Aviation Holdings has made a $75 million commitment in return for a codeshare deal; Boston-based hedge fund PAR Capital Managementhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/America-West-and-US-Airways-agree-merger-198307/
  • Growing pains

    News | 09 May 2005 23:00

    <p>The US regional airline industry has seen dramatic changes in the past few years. Now the relaxing of scope clauses is bringing a new twist of fortunes</p> <p>Another reshaping is under way in the US regional airline industry, led by mainline carriers operating under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. With the ability – and imperative – to restructure radically to reduce costs, United Airlines and US Airways have broken through the 50-seat barrier and cleared the way for their regional partners to fly larger, more economical regional jets.</p> <p>Other airlines are following suit, where necessary wielding the threat of bankruptcy to force their pilots' unions to relax the scope clauses that restrict the size and number of jets their regional partners can fly. As a result, limits on 70-seat regional jets have been raised significantly and, in some cases, allowance made for the operation of 90-seat jets. The effect on manufacturers' orderbooks has been dramatic.</p> <p>As the industhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Growing-pains-197694/
  • The next revolution

    News | 30 Apr 2004 23:00

    <p>After a decade of explosive growth, the 50-seat regional jet market is starting to slow, but already manufacturers are looking ahead to fresh opportunities in the 70-100 seat classes</p> <p>When the new breed of small regional jets burst on to the market just over a decade ago, it sparked a revolution that began in the USA, but which is still being felt across air transport markets around the world. Today, as growth rates start to settle in the core 50-seat market, eyes are turning to the next generation of 70-100-seat regional jets and to the market shifts that they may now bring.</p> <p>Embraer has already raised the bidding with the 190, an aircraft which takes its offering up to the 100-seat class. The speculation has been further fuelled by the fact that the launch order for 100 aircraft came last summer from JetBlue Airways, just about the fastest growing of the US low-cost carriers. </p> <p>With deliveries due to start in the third quarter of 2005, some analysts already behttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/The-next-revolution-180733/
  • Swearingen

    News | 06 Nov 1996 00:00

    <p>John Karamanian has been named director of product support at Sino Swearingen Aircraft, of San Antonio, Texas. Karamanian is a former director and vice-president of flight operations at US carrier Air Wisconsin Airlines. </p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Swearingen-13857/