The US Department of Transportation is proposing new rules for when passengers are owed a refund from their airline. On this this week’s AvTalk podcast, @WandrMe joins us to break down the proposal and its pitfalls.
The @USDOT is proposing new rules for when passengers are owed refunds. @WandrMe joins our AvTalk podcast this week to break down the proposals and the loophole that could turn the new rules against passengers.
On this week’s AvTalk, SPAR19’s flight to Taiwan is the most-tracked flight of all time. Boeing is on the cusp of resuming 787 deliveries. And @WandrMe joins @AirlineFlyer & @petchmo to explain the @USDOT’s proposed passenger refund rules.
On this week’s episode of AvTalk, we break down the NTSB’s final report on flight AA300. The American Airlines A321 rolled to the left and its wing struck the ground on departure from JFK. The aircraft returned safely to the airport.
Contour Airlines operates a variety of essential air service routes using a Part 135 public charter model. CEO Matt Chaifetz explains the airline’s unique approach—and why other airlines are looking to copy them on this week’s AvTalk.
On this week’s episode of AvTalk: 🤝 Spirit turns its lonely eyes to Blue 🕵️♀️ NTSB releases its final report on AA300 at JFK 🛩 @ContourAirlines CEO Matt Chaifetz on the carrier’s Part 135 public charter model
On this week’s episode of AvTalk, we recap orders and other announcements from this year’s Farnborough Airshow—including Airbus + CFM’s open rotor A380 flying test bed, Airbus’ Blue Condor hydrogen research flights, and Boom’s redesigned Overture.
Last week’s episode of AvTalk was “The smoldering summer of suck.” We could have called this week’s episode “The sweltering summer of suck.” Find out where things are getting better and where they’re getting worse.
On this week’s episode of AvTalk, the smoldering summer of suck becomes the sweltering summer of suck, a flight to Paris was 6 feet from a very different ending, and @ByERussell helps us with a new segment.
What happens if Russian airlines keep all their leased aircraft? Can Airbus, Boeing, and Embraer continue to make airplanes without Russian titanium? We look at the shifts in the aerospace industry with @theaircurrent ’s @jonostrower on this week’s AvTalk.
An early AvTalk this week: @thatjohn joins @AirlineFlyer & @petchmo to break down how the war in Ukraine is changing global aviation, from the closure of Ukrainian airspace to flight bans on Russian aircraft and sanctions on Russia’s aviation industry.
Aeroflot group airlines (Aeroflot, Rossiya, Aurora) will suspend international destinations (except Belarus) from 8 March. We discussed this possibility in depth on AvTalk this week, including one of the major factors: lessors want their planes back.
On our latest episode of AvTalk, engineers working on a British Airways 787 learn the hard way about unintentional retraction and why you should always ensure your locking pin is inserted into the correct hole.
By 2025, Airbus wants to certify the A350 for single-pilot operations while the aircraft is in cruise during ultra-long flights. The manufacturer is working with airline Cathay Pacific to make it happen. We discuss the plan on our latest episode of AvTalk.
Airbus and Cathay Pacific are working on single pilot operations for the A350 in cruise during ultra-long-haul flights. We dig into the idea they hope to launch by 2025 on the latest episode of AvTalk:
In our 50th episode of AvTalk, we celebrate the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Boeing 747’s first flight. In this photo of the first 737 and first 747 parked together, you can see what a leap the 747 was.