IFALPA Daily News – 14 November 2013
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Here are today’s top headlines. To read more, click on the title:
Finnair cancels flights with strike in view
Finnish airline Finnair Oyj said Thursday it has canceled a number of flights to avoid congestion at
Helsinki Airport in the event of a strike by its staff.
BA fears cuts to early morning Heathrow flights
British Airways has warned of the impact of any attempt to increase restrictions on early morning
flights into Heathrow.
Truss launches Aviation Safety Regulation Review
Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss announced on Thursday an
independent review of aviation safety regulation in Australia.
Alitalia approves new business plan
The board of Alitalia has approved a revised business plan, promising severe cost cuts to make the
Italian airline more profitable, but its new strategy failed to convince Air France-KLM.
Airbus A320 allowed to resume flights to Tacloban
Airlines have been given the green light by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines to resume
flights to Tacloban City with Airbus A320 jets that can carry more passengers to and from the
devastated capital of Leyte.
Data shows that there is no real aviation safety risk from devices
Aeroplane passengers will soon be able to make calls, send emails and surf the internet during
take-off and landing after a relaxation of safety rules.