Aviation Sector

Airline Industry’s Score Up on Customer Satisfaction but Lower in Comparison to Others

Airline Industry’s Score Up on Customer Satisfaction but Lower in Comparison to OthersA report released on Monday, revealed that the rate of customer satisfaction for the U. S. airlines has gone up in the recent time which is close to its highest point which has been noted in the last twenty years. However, when compared to other industries, the air carriers still fail to match the levels that make the customers as happy.

Napping Ramp Agent Banned from Working on Alaska Airlines Aircrafts

Napping Ramp Agent Banned from Working on Alaska Airlines AircraftsEarlier this week when Flight 448 took off from the Tacoma International Airport in Seattle for Los Angeles something unexpec

FAA Officials Say They will Streamline Rules to Accelerate Flying Permits for Small Drones

FAA Officials Say They will Streamline Rules to Accelerate Flying Permits for Small DronesDrones or unmanned aircrafts are creating a new buzz but the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has been too cautious about permissions being granted for their flying.

Air NZ and Air China Alliance Plan Daily Flights between Auckland and Beijing

Air NZ and Air China Alliance Plan Daily Flights between Auckland and BeijingConditional to regulatory approvals, a partnership with Air New Zealand, Air China plans to include direct flights to Auckland daily from Beijing sometimes later in the year.

Today, the airlines released particulars related to the projected deal that could come into effect from December.

Solar Powered Plane Begins its Second Leg of Journey

Solar Powered Plane Begins its Second Leg of JourneyThe first ever solar powered plane started its trip around the world on Monday from Abu Dhabi with Andre Borschberg, the founder of Solar

Report from Government Accountability Office Says the Air Traffic Control System Is Exposed to Hacking Risk

Report from Government Accountability Office Says the Air Traffic Control System Is Exposed to Hacking RiskA report released by the government watchdog on Monday, said that the system that the nation follows to guide various aircrafts commercial planes is at "increased and unnecessary risk" of being hacked.

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