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Airlines for America SmartBrief

News for America's commercial airlines professional

Airlines for America SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: Airlines for America

Airfare in the U.S. is "a bargain," Delta CEO says

11/26/2014

  • Atlanta Journal-Constitution (free content), The

Richard Anderson, the CEO of Delta Air Lines, said airfare remains "a tremendous bargain" in the U.S. market. Anderson appeared on "CBS This Morning" on Tuesday to discuss the airline industry. Read More

AAAE Security SmartBrief

Airport security news

AAAE Security SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: American Association of Airport Executives

Tampa travel woes likely to persist after airport improvements

11/26/2014

  • Tampa Tribune (Fla.), The

Upgrades underway at Tampa International Airport will cost nearly $1 billion, but the travel woes they are meant to ease will likely return, according to a study by the U.S. Travel Association. Airpor… Read More

AIA dailyLead®

Defense and aerospace news

AIA dailyLead®

Published in partnership with: Aerospace Industries Association

Rolls-Royce wins $287M contract to maintain engines on U.S. V-22 Ospreys

11/26/2014

  • American City Business Journals

The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded Rolls-Royce a $287 million contract for engine maintenance on the V-22 Osprey for the Air Force, Marine Corps and the Special Operations Command. The airplan… Read More

apexnews Daily SmartBrief

The best stories about the airline passenger experience

apexnews Daily SmartBrief

Published in partnership with: Airline Passenger Experience Association

IATA creates rescue system for passengers of bankrupt airlines

11/25/2014

  • TravelWeekly.co.uk (U.K.)

Airline trade group IATA has created a voluntary system to help passengers affected by airline bankruptcies in Europe. The plan calls for member airlines to offer rescue fares at nominal costs to pass… Read More

Aviation eBrief

General aviation news

Aviation eBrief

Published in partnership with: Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association

Pilot retires from flying, donates plane to charity

11/26/2014

  • Elk Valley Times (Fayetteville, Tenn.)

Bob Becker recently retired from flying after 46 years in the air, and has donated his Cessna 182 to Wings of Hope. "They're a well-known and very distinguished charity, which takes aircraft and puts … Read More