IFALPA Daily News – 26 June 2013
The IFALPA Daily News is now available online.
Here are today’s top headlines. To read more, click on the title:
Ryanair-Aer Lingus verdict to be delayed
The investigation into Ryanair’s 29.8 per cent stake in Irish rival carrier Aer Lingus has been
extended for eight weeks.
FAA’s Runway Safety Program increases outreach
Most of the resources to reduce runway incursions are already in place, according to the FAA’s
group manager for runway safety, Jim Krieger, who believes the problem is well understood by
pilots, controllers, airport managers and airport vehicle drivers.
FBI: $1.2M in cash missing from plane at JFK airport
The FBI says $1.2 million in cash was discovered missing from a Swiss International Air Lines jet
after it landed at John F. Kennedy Airport.
Chilean President launches Phase 1 of Santiago Airport renovation and expansion project
On 25 June, Chile’s President Sebastian Piñera and Public Works Minister Loreto Silva launched
Phase 1 of Santiago International Airport’s renovation and expansion project.
American Airlines has completed the rollout of computer tablets to pilots
American Airlines said today that it has completed the rollout of its electronic flight bag program
to pilots, becoming the first major airline to use computer tablets in airplane cockpits on all flights.
Singapore Airlines unrivaled in service
Singapore Airlines has earned international recognition through unrivaled quality service that
reflects the company’s commitment to innovation.