Aviation Sector

Boeing and SPEEA Arrive at an Agreement Establishing Hopes for Long-Term Labour Peace

On Wednesday, Boeing and the union leadership of SPEEA arrived at a tentatively agreement paving way for extension of a new six-year contract before the present contract expires later this year in October.

The agreement was arrived at during a secret discussion that took place between management of Boeing and the executive board of the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace.

Boeing Co. Delivered Record Number of Commercial Aeroplanes in 2015

Boeing Co. Delivered Record Number of Commercial Aeroplanes in 2015Boeing Co., the Chicago, Illinois based manufacturer of airplanes, rotorcraft, rockets and satellites said on Thursday, it delivered record number of commercial aeroplanes in 2015.

The company says it delivered 762 jets in 2015 which is thirty nine more as compared to 2014's deliveries.

FAA’s Drone Registration Might be Great but is the Program Legal Argues Drone Attorneys

FAA’s Drone Registration Might be Great but is the Program Legal Argues Drone AttorneysLast week the FAA officials said to the state and local authorities only the federal government has the right to regulate drones or the remote-controlled aircrafts which are fast gaining popularity.

This week, the Pima County restated a ban on flying drones in public parks. It's a policy which they later said is not a violation of the federal regulations.

Fuel Problem Blamed for Flight Delays at Connecticut’s Bradley International Airport

Fuel Problem Blamed for Flight Delays at Connecticut’s Bradley International AirportFlight delays during winters are common due to weather related issues like fog but this time at the Connecticut airport the story was something different. It was all due to lack of fuel at the right time.

Flight delays at the Bradley International Airport in Connecticut are being blamed at shortage of fuel caused by delayed delivery.

Pentagon Says Lockheed Martin Corp Meets Goal of Delivering Forty Five F-35 in 2015

Pentagon Says Lockheed Martin Corp Meets Goal of Delivering Forty Five F-35 in 2015Lo

Four Day Strike by Airport Workers in Chile Ended on Sunday

Christmas holiday times are the busiest at the airports and that's when Airport workers in Chile went on a four day strike. The reasons were tied to pension demands and forced airlines to cancel huge number of flights which obviously in turn caused inconvenience to travelers as well angered them.

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