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U.S. Airline Pilot Hiring Stabilizing

After years of aggressive growth, the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) has corroborated messaging from multiple U.S. regional airlines that pilot hiring is stabilizing in the United States. Airlines are beginning to more easily manage their flow of pilots and…

ALPA, Industry Say Pilot Supply Is Stable

A new release from the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) notes that the U.S. pilot supply is stable with more than 11,000 pilots certified in the past 12 months. ALPA highlighted recently released FAA pilot-production data, indicating that the U.S.…

Interview: David Neeleman Discusses Breeze Plans, Industry Outlook

Serial airline founder David Neeleman hopes to make his latest venture, Breeze Airways, profitable this year. In an interview with AirlineGeeks, he covered a wide array of topics from hiring trends to Breeze's plans for international service. Throughout his career…

BermudAir Expands to Canada With Two New Routes

Bermuda’s newest airline has announced that it is expanding its network to Canada with the introduction of flights to Toronto and Halifax. The two cities will bring the airline’s destination count from six to eight. Details: BermudAir’s New Canadian Service…

Madagascar Airlines Rejoins IATA, Secures State Support for Two ATR…

Madagascar Airlines, previously known as Air Madagascar, has announced the restoration of its approval by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). This approval enables the airline to once again distribute its tickets through travel agencies and tour operators. Thierry de…