Pilot Talk

Airberlin Cancels Countless Flights As Hundreds Of Pilots Call In Sick

September 13, 2017 John McDermott 0

airberlin canceled over 100 flights out of a planned 750 as of yesterday (September 12) after unnaturally high numbers of pilots called in sick. Flights have been canceled from German airports such as Berlin Tegel, […]

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Mesa Airlines Pilots to Vote On New Tentative Contract

June 14, 2017 Hub Writers 0

Union leaders at Mesa Airlines, a regional carrier that operates flights for United Express and American Eagle, have announced that they have reached a tentative contract agreement with their management. The agreement can increase pay […]

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Restraining Order Issued, Extended Against Pilots at Spirit Airlines

May 12, 2017 Hub Writers 0

A judge at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida issued a temporary restraining order against the Spirit Airlines Pilots Union three days ago, forcing them to stop a “work slowdown” that […]

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Sun ‘n Fun Aviation International Fly-In & Expo Kicks Off in Florida

April 8, 2017 Hub Writers 0

The Sun ‘n Fun International Fly-In & Expo kicks off April 4th in Lakeland, Florida. The annual event includes aviation exhibits, educational programs, career fairs, workshops, youth activities, and more. Over 1,000 visitors and almost […]

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Oklahoma Senator Introduces New Bill to Advocate for the Rights of Pilots

April 7, 2017 Hub Writers 0

Senator Jim Inhofe (R-Oklahoma) has introduced a new aviation bill to the Senate floor, called the Fairness for Pilots Act. This new bill would push for fairer treatment of pilots during FAA investigations, and it […]