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Airports are Hoping to Gobble Up Your Cash

Fall is flying by and the holidays will be here before we know it. This year’s Thanksgiving air travel period will be one of the busiest we’ve ever seen, and U.S. airlines are working hard to ensure that your Turkey Day travels are as hassle-free as possible. The airline industry is excited to help passengers […]

How the U.S. Airlines Navigate Hurricane Season

The 2017 Atlantic Hurricane season has been particularly challenging, especially knowing that many of our friends, colleagues, and acquaintances have been directly impacted. For this reason, we are thankful to be in a position where we can help make a difference. The A4A Air Traffic Management Desk serves our member community in many ways; however, […]

Airlines and Passengers are Thinking Pink All October

Every October, Americans “Think Pink” to honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Alongside millions of people across the country, U.S. airlines are committed to bringing awareness and funding for research to end this disease that affects one in eight U.S. women in their lifetime. You can play a vital role in helping airlines support those battling cancer […]

The Time For ATC Reform is Now

Sharon Pinkerton, Senior Vice President for Legislative and Regulatory Policy and David Berg, Senior Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary at Airlines for America recently penned an article together in the Air and Space Lawyer, highlighting that now is the time for Congress to embrace change and transfer the operation of the nation’s air traffic […]

U.S. Airlines Rush to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

Last week, Hurricane Harvey hit the city of Houston, its surrounding cities and parts of the Texas and Louisiana gulf coasts. This category 4 storm was the first major hurricane to make landfall in the U.S. since 2005, and prompted a state of emergency, mandatory evacuations, flooding and a devastating loss of property. U.S. airlines […]

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