Jury award raises importance of aircraft maintenance, inspections
Ryan ClarkWednesday, March 04, 2015
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On Feb. 26, a California jury found an airplane mechanic liable for the crashing death of a Napa physician, awarding the victim's family $13.3 million.
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FROM THE ALLIED PILOTS ASSOCIATION website, we have not yet received a similar explanation from TWU but did not want to leave the membership hanging as they may receive similar 1099-B forms…
American Airlines Leaves Travelers Stranded Around Globe Without Luggage
Beyond just getting you through security and into your seat on the plane, there are a lot of systems that have to work together to get a flight off the ground with all its passengers and all their stuff.
American Airlines jet slides off icy taxiway
An American Airlines jet slipped off a taxiway after landing at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Monday night.
The airline said the plane's nosewheel left the pavement and got stuck in mud as the MD-80 aircraft was taxiing at a slow speed, and it was unable to continue to Terminal A.
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Attached is a copy of the Judge's order dismissing the Letbetter complaint. Following the dismissal of the Demetris complaint, the Letbetter plaintiffs' argument was that despite the prior ruling to the contrary by the District Court in Oklahoma, their claims really were state law claims not duty of fair representation claims like those in Demetris.