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‘I Would Do It Again a Hundred Times:’ A Delta…

Keith Rosenkranz has always been a self-described “aviation buff.” A Southern California native, the 33-year Delta Air Lines pilot and U.S. Air Force veteran said he dreamed of flying as he gazed out of a second-story window of his high…

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…

Allegiant Secures New Tentative Agreement For Flight Attendants

Allegiant recently reached a new tentative agreement (TA) with the Transport Workers Union (TWU) chapter 577 which represents the flight attendants who work for the Las Vegas-based ultra-low-cost carrier. This new agreement is for the successor of the respective parties'…

Etihad Pilots Now Certified to Fly Both A350 and A380…

United Arab Emirates-based Etihad Airways announced on Wednesday that its pilots have received regulatory approval and completed training to operate both the Airbus A350 and A380 aircraft interchangeably. This achievement positions Etihad as one of the first airlines globally with…

Frontier Slows Pilot Hiring Pipeline

Ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC) Frontier is slowing down hiring from its pilot pipeline programs, according to a report by Aero Crew News. The report states that the pipeline programs exceeded demand expectations and are subsequently at capacity. Citing a January 19…