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Delta Air Lines Will Not Furlough Flight Attendants or Ground Employees

In a memo released Tuesday, Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian announced there would be no involuntary flight attendant or ground staff furloughs come Oct. 1. Bastian explained that these jobs were saved by the thousands of employees who volunteered to take unpaid time off, opt for early retirement or accept leave packages. While these frontline jobs are safe, it appears the pilot group will still be facing around 2,000 furloughs when the payroll protection funds expire at the end…

United Airlines Sued by Flight Attendants Over Sports Charter Staffing

Two of United Airlines' veteran flight attendants filed suit against their employer in a California court on Friday. According to a report by USA TODAY, who obtained a copy of the lawsuit, flight attendants Kim Guillory and Sharon Tesler claim United is staffing their athletic team charter flights with flight…

Aeromexico Restarts More Flights, Achieves 75% Recovery

Aeromexico announced that for this month it will maintain an increase in its operations from 25 to 39 domestic destinations and will achieve almost 75% recovery in domestic flights compared to September 2019. In a statement, the airline reported that it will have almost 150 departures per day serving more…

EVA Air Cabin Crew Set to Strike

Following a vote earlier this week, the Taoyuan Flight Attendants Union has decided to strike against Taiwanese carrier EVA Air. The strike comes after two rounds of negotiations with EVA failed to yield results with the chief complaints concerning overtime, long working hours and pay. While no date for the…

EVA Air Introduces New Method to Protect Flight Attendants

In response to the humiliating incident involving a group of female flight attendants, Taiwan-based EVA Air announced that passenger displaying inappropriate behavior will be denied boarding in the future. On Jan. 19, an American male passenger who is assumed to weigh 200 kilograms in a wheelchair, took an EVA Air…

Opinion: The ‘Revelation’ Regarding Frontier’s Tipping Policy Isn’t News

Just before the new year, a The Points Guy writer documented on his flight experience onboard Frontier Airlines, his self-proclaimed first flight on the American ultra-low-cost carrier. Following his flight, the writer penned an article for the travel website with the shocking “revelation” that the airline allows for flight attendants…

New App Allows Passengers to Report Uncomfortable Cabin Conditions

A new app released by the Association of Flight Attendants will now allow passengers to report high or low temperatures onboard an aircraft. The app, which is available to passengers and crew free of charge, is called 2Hot2Cold and is part of an effort to introduce standards for climate control…

The New Eastern Airlines Is Officially Taking Flight

In 1991, Eastern Airlines was grounded due to an overflow of problems. Now, 24 years later, the airline is once again starting its engines and spreading its wings. [caption id="attachment_1759" align="alignright" width="300"] Eastern Airlines' first Boeing 737-800 aircraft is greeted with a water cannon salute at Miami International Airport |…

The AvGeek Passion: A Look Into the Eyes of an…

Everyone has something that drives them along. It’s a passion, whether it’s hidden deep inside of a person or is already in action. For some, aviation lives in their heart. These certain people have usually been involved in the flying industry for quite sometime. Most of the time, since childhood.…