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AvTalk Episode 217: The NEA is DOA
On this episode of AvTalk founder and editor of The Airline Observer, Brian Sumers, joins us to discuss the ruling by a US judge dissolving American Airlines and JetBlue’s Northeast Alliance and what that could mean for JetBlue’s acquisition of Spirit Airlines. NTSB hosts runway incursion round table NTSB chair Jennifer Homendy hosted a runway […]
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AvTalk Episode 216: Former NTSB Chair Robert Sumwalt
On this episode of AvTalk, former NTSB Chair and member of the FAA’s recently formed Independent Safety Review Team, Robert Sumwalt joins the program to discuss the state of aviation safety in the United States and how industry and regulators are reacting to a recent spate of serious incidents. YouTuber pleads guilty to obstruction […]
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AvTalk Episode 215: Ryanair goes all in on the 737-10 MAX
On this episode of AvTalk, Ryanair commits to up to 300 Boeing 737-10 MAX, Go First receives bankruptcy protection, frustrating lessor attempts to repossess their aircraft, and we talk with Cranfield Aerospace Solutions Chief Strategy Officer Jenny Kavanagh about their merger with Britten-Norman and plans for a hydrogen powered Islander. Ryanair orders up to 300 […]
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AvTalk Episode 214: Covered in bees!
On this week’s episode of AvTalk, a swarm of bees delays a Delta flight to Atlanta. Go First declares bankruptcy and places the blame at Pratt and Whitney’s feet. And Ian wants to drive ZeroAvia’s HyperTruck. Covered in bees! An Atlanta-bound Delta Air Lines A320 was delayed in Houston thanks to a swarm of bees […]
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AvTalk Episode 213: Mo’ Engines, Mo’ Problems
On this episode of AvTalk, Boeing reports its first quarter results, more airlines are grounding Pratt and Whitney GTF-powered aircraft awaiting engine repair and overhaul, and a leaking lavatory jams a Delta 767’s flight controls. FAA unveils safety review panel The FAA has created an independent safety review panel to study ways to “enhance safety […]
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