Aviation

Airlines for America SmartBrief

News for America's commercial airlines professional

Airlines for America SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: Airlines for America

Hawaiian Airlines looks to boost international business

7/21/2014

  • American City Business Journals

Hawaiian Airlines is crafting a marketing strategy designed to boost international business and Kevin Yim, senior director of global marketing communications, says customizing the airline's approach t… Read More

AAAE Security SmartBrief

Airport security news

AAAE Security SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: American Association of Airport Executives

Bomb-sniffing canines clear passengers for expedited screening

7/20/2014

  • WKMG-TV (Orlando, Fla.)

Dogs trained to detect explosives are helping speed up security checkpoint lines at Orlando International Airport in Florida by helping Transportation Security Administration officers clear some passe… Read More

AIA dailyLead®

Defense and aerospace news

AIA dailyLead®

Published in partnership with: Aerospace Industries Association

Air Force studies SpaceX launch "anomalies"

7/21/2014

  • Bloomberg

As part of its process for considering certifying SpaceX for military satellite launch work, the Air Force is investigating what it calls "anomalies" in several of the company's launches. The issues i… Read More

apexnews Daily SmartBrief

The best stories about the airline passenger experience

apexnews Daily SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: Airline Passenger Experience Association

Robust Q2 profits expected at U.S. carriers, led by American

7/20/2014

  • Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

Analysts are predicting strong second-quarter profits for U.S. airlines, citing the robust demand for domestic flight, and American Airlines is expected to lead the profit charge. American will report… Read More

Aviation eBrief

General aviation news

Aviation eBrief

Published in partnership with: Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

Mo. regional airport building new runway for larger planes

7/21/2014

  • Sedalia Democrat (Mo.), The

A new runway at Sedalia Regional Airport in Missouri is set to open in November that will enable the airport to accommodate heavier airplanes. Most of the $3.2 million project has been funded by the F… Read More