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“The new bilateral air services agreement calls for liberal market access with no restrictions on capacity, frequency, or pricing on routes to and from airports in both countries and provides a solution for the thorny issue of traffic rights to the U.S. for UK airlines not majority owned and effectively controlled by UK nationals.” (AIN Online)
“The FAA is among the federal agencies facing the prospect of another shutdown this year as Congress remains mired in debate over issues such as border wall funding.” (AIN Online)
“The National Air Transportation Association is encouraged that its effort to raise the awareness of illegal charter is turning from a ‘ripple to a wave,’ with the FAA, state officials, and operators becoming involved, said Tim Obitts, COO and general counsel for the association.”
“Business aviation services and aircraft management company Jet Linx is continuing to expand the array of services offered to its customers through new partnerships with Luggage Free and Bogner.” (AIN Online)