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The ALN Round-up (8 November)

The Round-up – 08 November 2018

News in brief from around the world… Virgin Atlantic has withdrawn its request for troubled Cypriot carrier Cobalt’s ATL to be reinstated and the Italian competition authority has opened a probe into Ryanair and Wizz Air baggage policies.


The ALN Round-up (1 November)

The Round-up – 01 November 2018

News in brief from around the world… Israel’s El Al has adopted new US-inspired policies on the treatment of pilots, Indonesian regulators have suspended Lion Air’s technical director after last week’s crash, and the US has charged two Chinese nationals with trying to steal aviation data.


The ALN Round-up (25 October)

The Round-up – 25 October 2018

News in brief from around the world… A Dutch pilots’ organisation has challenged Ryanair’s plans to transfer workers from Eindhoven and the US transport regulator has thrown out a bid from a Mexican carrier to delay the launch of its operations in the past week.


The ALN Round-up (18 October)

The Round-up – 18 October 2018

News in brief from around the world… The past week has seen American Airlines sue Expedia over alleged copyright infringements and a US environmental group bring a claim against the FAA for failing to disclose information on a Georgia spaceport. Meanwhile a court in Austria has thrown out a challenge to the construction of a third runway at Vienna airport.


The ALN Round-up (12 October)

The Round-up – 12 October 2018

News in brief from around the world… This week has seen Lufthansa and Laudamotion call off their scheduled London High Court fight after reaching a deal on leased planes. The US and the UK meanwhile have called for bilateral recognition of each other’s medical standards for private pilots, and A4E and IATA have put pressure on the Portugal to remedy allegedly anticompetitive airport concession agreements.


The ALN Round-up (4 October)

The Round-up – 04 October 2018

News in brief from around the world… American Airlines has asked the US transport regulator to free up US carriers’ access to Cuba while the FAA has issued a hefty fine against a local airline for medical kit failures.


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