Regulation

China moves a step closer to allowing 737 MAX flights with new directive

China issues an airworthiness directive on the Boeing 737 MAX, bringing approval for flights of the aircraft a step closer...


Singapore Airlines expects to restart 737 MAX flights before end of 2021

Singapore Airlines expects to restart Boeing 737 MAX flights before the end of 2021, an executive said on November 16, 2021  ...


China happy with Boeing 737 MAX changes, seeks airline feedback - report

China is reportedly satisfied with changes Boeing has proposed for the 737 MAX, indicating it could soon approve the jet to fly again  ...


US FAA seeks increased minimum rest periods for flight attendants between shifts

US flight attendants may have an additional hour in their minimum rest period as the FAA proposes new regulation.  ...


Airlines: why EU law is desperate fighting against the €8 B debt

Over the last 25 years air travel in Europe has become cheaper, safer and bigger. Air passenger numbers increased by 558 million and today there are almost eight times as many routes as there were in...


SKYCOP lends a hand to airlines with special book

In the world of ever-improving technologies, where digital tools are changing the way we communicate, live and work, there are still those lacking even to the basic foreground of knowledge – literac...


Opinion: Can software predict pilot fatigue?

More and more airlines are turning to software packages that claim to be able to determine, with scientific accuracy, how fatiguing a roster will be. But how do these systems work, and can they really determine how fatigued a pilot will be during a given roster? ...


Russia to set new regulations on its airlines

By the end of 2017, the Russian government plans to introduce new regulations for it domestic airlines, to ensure that the Vim-AVIA scenario is not be repeated. ...