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"airline pilots association" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

03:32 min | 10 months ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"We made it to another friday. France tisza holiday season like no other. The pandemic has many shoppers avoiding stores and opting to fill their holiday shopping lists online. That's led to unprecedented volume for the shipping companies. That deliver those goods to your door. An estimated three billion packages will travel on planes trains trucks and vans during the twenty twenty holiday season. And that's not even counting any sleighs. That's nearly a billion more packages in last year and it's also about seven million more packages a day than the current systems capacity of new york. Times report says in fact the strain on the system is so great. ups cried. Uncle get slapped volume limits on some of the nation's biggest retailers. The big brown fleet told drivers on cyber monday to halt pickups at six retailers including l. bean hot topic new egg and macy's the wall street journal reported quote no exceptions the message reportedly said the restrictions will remain in place throughout the holiday season but ups said in a statement that it will work with its largest retail customers to redirect shipping capacity as it becomes available cnn reported that the carriers restrictions will help ensure it can meet its customers needs including small and mid sized businesses that have suffered during the covid nineteen pandemic. Some ups drivers said they hadn't seen shipping limits before but the limits aren't really new in may fedex place limits on roughly two dozen retailers affecting how much they could ship from certain locations. The move was meant to prevent the company from being overwhelmed during the early days of the pandemic online. Orders were surging a fedex. Spokesperson told the wall street journal that the limits were similar to those imposed around the holidays. No word on whether fedex is placing similar restrictions on its customers this holiday season both fedex and ups of hired tens of thousands of employees to increase capacity this year but staffing for the surge isn't the only challenge ahead. Both carriers are also dealing with a cargo van shortage as the pandemic spike demand for deliveries and all manner of delivery vehicles plant shutdown due to corona virus restrictions that created a limit on supply bloomberg reports both couriers rely on independent contractors to supplement their capacity. Many of these drivers rent the vans they use to deliver. Fedex is paying its couriers a stipend to help cover the spike in van rental costs. Things aren't much better up. In the air. Units that represent fedex and ups pilots say covid nineteen infection. Rates are rising among cargo flyers. The airline pilots association reps about five thousand fedex. Pilots representative said members are quote strained. Like never before according to a memo reported by the washington. Post of course. Both companies face unrelenting pressure from amazon which has amassed its own in house shipping operation in a pre holiday shopping spree. Amazon lisa dozen cargo jets bringing its total to more than eighty. It also added more than two hundred package facilities this year so far according to the washington post as shipping companies work to overcome their literal logistical nightmare. This holiday season. There are two big lessons to take away. I if you want your gift to get where it needs to be on time you better ship it soon and just maybe that red suited guy from the north pole deserves a little more respect for getting it all done one night

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Ecommerce Surge Could Cause Holiday Blues

Business Wars Daily

03:32 min | 10 months ago

Ecommerce Surge Could Cause Holiday Blues

"We made it to another friday. France tisza holiday season like no other. The pandemic has many shoppers avoiding stores and opting to fill their holiday shopping lists online. That's led to unprecedented volume for the shipping companies. That deliver those goods to your door. An estimated three billion packages will travel on planes trains trucks and vans during the twenty twenty holiday season. And that's not even counting any sleighs. That's nearly a billion more packages in last year and it's also about seven million more packages a day than the current systems capacity of new york. Times report says in fact the strain on the system is so great. ups cried. Uncle get slapped volume limits on some of the nation's biggest retailers. The big brown fleet told drivers on cyber monday to halt pickups at six retailers including l. bean hot topic new egg and macy's the wall street journal reported quote no exceptions the message reportedly said the restrictions will remain in place throughout the holiday season but ups said in a statement that it will work with its largest retail customers to redirect shipping capacity as it becomes available cnn reported that the carriers restrictions will help ensure it can meet its customers needs including small and mid sized businesses that have suffered during the covid nineteen pandemic. Some ups drivers said they hadn't seen shipping limits before but the limits aren't really new in may fedex place limits on roughly two dozen retailers affecting how much they could ship from certain locations. The move was meant to prevent the company from being overwhelmed during the early days of the pandemic online. Orders were surging a fedex. Spokesperson told the wall street journal that the limits were similar to those imposed around the holidays. No word on whether fedex is placing similar restrictions on its customers this holiday season both fedex and ups of hired tens of thousands of employees to increase capacity this year but staffing for the surge isn't the only challenge ahead. Both carriers are also dealing with a cargo van shortage as the pandemic spike demand for deliveries and all manner of delivery vehicles plant shutdown due to corona virus restrictions that created a limit on supply bloomberg reports both couriers rely on independent contractors to supplement their capacity. Many of these drivers rent the vans they use to deliver. Fedex is paying its couriers a stipend to help cover the spike in van rental costs. Things aren't much better up. In the air. Units that represent fedex and ups pilots say covid nineteen infection. Rates are rising among cargo flyers. The airline pilots association reps about five thousand fedex. Pilots representative said members are quote strained. Like never before according to a memo reported by the washington. Post of course. Both companies face unrelenting pressure from amazon which has amassed its own in house shipping operation in a pre holiday shopping spree. Amazon lisa dozen cargo jets bringing its total to more than eighty. It also added more than two hundred package facilities this year so far according to the washington post as shipping companies work to overcome their literal logistical nightmare. This holiday season. There are two big lessons to take away. I if you want your gift to get where it needs to be on time you better ship it soon and just maybe that red suited guy from the north pole deserves a little more respect for getting it all done one night

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Aviation Will Need 27,000 New Pilots in 2021 as Shortage Continues Despite Downturn

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

04:56 min | 10 months ago

Aviation Will Need 27,000 New Pilots in 2021 as Shortage Continues Despite Downturn

"Nick. You're the one that Included this in our news segment and so oversee user. You thought this was Very interesting because it just shows two sides of the same coin We're talking really about New pilot training so the fast article. was trying to Casey who wrote it. sauce ca For the picture came from could be flight fly. Global is the one that had the article. Okay so they article is Aviation will need twenty seven thousand new pilots in twenty twenty one. That's not far away. Twenty twenty one Any a couple of months. I'm this same. Despite the industry slump and massive layoffs global civil aviation industry will require twenty seven thousand pilots up over the All Record of a million in the coming decade The full cost comes from the canadian. Training and simulation provide a c. e. And i think most of us know that because that company because they built an provides does round the world and almost all of my simulator flying. That's why i say i hate hate. They don't have a new. They're saying This number of active policies declined Between eighty seven thousand By around eighty seven thousand to around three hundred thousand but we bump up to an estimated. Three hundred seventy four thousand by the end of twenty twenty one say. See a Now you've got. Let's say this company that make a whole bunch of simulators which Which of soon valley replied of various essential part of pilot. Training saying there's going to be huge domed. The other side of the coin came from The british airline pilots association and was video giving a warnings to People who are thinking of starting a career now and investing. The huge amounts of money required To to enroll in one of the approved courses So if we can play that jeff over here Prepare that to be played to okay. i can do that. Maybe i just had. That's just a picture that you see on the And the are the note Yes Is that's just pitcher. You'd have to get a youtube clip but it's a nice lady from british A cessation basically. You can find that on. Youtube will just go to the website. Basically saying that Anyone considering starting a career right now should do so. We great caution because Despite the this forecast and other forecasts by training providers the So many unemployed and very well qualified pilots out there still looking for jobs. The market is likely to be so depressed over the next few years that they're saying that we would recommend you hold off a making any big decisions about when to start your flying training. If you want to. And i have to say i would. A hundred percent agree before you start training. It's relatively easy having not yet made a a financial commitment to Go find yourself another job for a couple of years. Watch the market see what is actually happening with their lines whether their blossoming and whether things happening But once you've made a commitment and you throw all that money at it If you come out the other end and the market still depression. There's no job You've got the great problem of all your qualifications. Timing out before you can find someone to employees and what's more you may find yourself in a job that doesn't play particularly well and you've been a huge loan to service so i'm have a good strong think about it and this particular pair of articles really am fa- sizes the two different sides. You only listen to one side and he listened to all the predictions of lots of jobs. And you'll be fine and carry on an not to the other side from the professional pilots unions. That are out there advising you take care of it. You can't make a poor decision

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Boeing 737 Max jets approved to fly again in wake of deadly crashes

Axios Today

01:25 min | 11 months ago

Boeing 737 Max jets approved to fly again in wake of deadly crashes

"It was almost two years ago. That boeing was forced to ground their fleet of seven. Thirty seven max jets after two. Fatal plane crashes that killed three hundred and forty six people. Yesterday the faa officially gave boeing the. Go ahead to fly again. According brown has axios markets reporter. Cornelius those crashes were caused by both a sensor that malfunctioned that push the noses of the plane downward as well as a lack of training on how to deal with this. What has boeing changed. So what they've done is they've made a tweak to the software that limits the system's capability to force the nose of the plane downward and the faa has been conducting a series of certification test. Flights of the max over the course of the last few months what are you hearing from the airline's about how much confidence they have in these planes now as well as airline pilots association. I think they're confident that the faa has done everything that can queue. Make sure that this plane is safe now. The question is are consumers. Going to think it's safe. That's the huge question. Though courtney i feel like people don't think it's safe to fly now anyway. Because of the pandemic people are hesitant to fly period by the time that people do feel more comfortable flying in theory. The seven seven. Max will be in the air already for a few months and maybe that will give people a sense of

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Pilots Agree to Airline Pay Cuts

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:40 min | 11 months ago

Pilots Agree to Airline Pay Cuts

"Employees of airlines and others are are being asked to Make concessions we see that. In a number of different sit Different airlines but air new zealand staff is. i guess. They're trying to be kind of proactive. And there's been simple flying air new zealand staff. Ask the airline to save jobs and i. i guess there's a petition involved. Here that the employees of signed they're very concerned about outsourcing. They're feeling like at a time. When a lot of the jobs of new zealanders are being cut at the airlines. Why are they continuing to outsource other people's who fly into to work at air new zealand to date. Apparently about four thousand of the air new zealand's twelve thousand jobs have been lost and yet there is a base that they keep Going in shanghai which has a number of employees and basically are new zealand. Employers are saying hey why are you keeping all those people on when you're firing people here at home. Unfortunately air new zealand has pretty much. Held the line and said that That's what they're going to continue to do because they're saying it's fairly standard business practice not just air new zealand but elsewhere to do a certain amount of heirs. outsourcing at some of these remote basis. Klm pilots had to to to make an interesting decision here. They they weren't looking to sign a petition but instead there is a bailout basically from the from the dutch government. That has been installments. As i understand it and the next installment would be three point. Four billion euro package and that would be made up of a one billion euro loan in guarantees for two point four billion euros in bank loans. But in order for the government to sort of activate this payment the kalem pilots had to agree to accept pay cuts that was kind of a requirement for this bailout as i understand it and so we see that the dutch airline pilots association as well as seven other associated trade unions. I say associated not not with the the the pilots association but associated with with the airline Have all agreed to sign a commitment clause that they would Agree to accept. Pay cuts in order to activate this This bailout installment kind of a tough decision

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United Airlines, pilots union reach tentative agreement to avoid nearly 3,000 furloughs

All Things Considered

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

United Airlines, pilots union reach tentative agreement to avoid nearly 3,000 furloughs

"Pilot's union say they've reached agreement on a measure that will prevent the furlough of nearly 3000 pilots next month when a federal ban on job cuts and for the industry, the airline Pilots Association, announcing rank and file pies will get to vote on the agreement, details of which were not disclosed. United said last week it expected to have to furlough more than 16,000 employees in October. After

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"It's been talked about for the past few months now. Defense Secretary Mark Esper has made it official. He's moving several 1000 U. S troops out of Germany. If we have the 12,000 U. S troops will be coming home from Germany. Others will be moved to bases closer to Russia. The move comes amid increased political tensions between Washington and Berlin. President Trump says Germany does not meet the required NATO spending guidelines. But neither to Italy in Belgium, where some U. S troops will be moved The ship will call several $1,000,000,000 according to the defense secretary. During the Cold War, more than 200,000 U. S troops were deployed to Germany after the latest move, 24,000 will remain At the Pentagon. Lucas Tomlinson, Fox News Republican Senator Mitt Romney called the move a grave error and a slap in the face of an ally. Iran's Revolutionary Guard has launched underground ballistic missiles as part of exercise involving a fake aircraft carrier in the Strait of Hormuz. That's according to Iran State TV. Pilots for a major package delivery company expressing concerns about working in Hong Kong. The union representing Fed ex pilots wants the company to suspend operations in Hong Kong. The airline Pilots Association says three FedEx pilots were forced into Hong Kong hospitals for 10 days after testing positive even though they had no symptoms. Several other pilots who had been in contact with people who tested positive but tested negative themselves were put in government camps. FedEx says it's in contact with government authorities in Hong Kong GeneCo's Sola Fox, New British rapper Wiley issuing an apology and said he is not racist after posting a series of anti Semitic comments on Social media. His account was permanently suspended by Twitter, which apologised for the time it took for it to take action. I'm Lisa let Sarah and this is Fox News. What a fly somewhere looking for cheap flights or cheap tickets. Then call that's right. Call the low cost airline travel hotline Now.

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A VerySpatial Podcast

A VerySpatial Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

A VerySpatial Podcast

"Hello welcome to a very special podcast. I'm Jesse I'm sue and this is frank this weekend. We're talking to Dr Scott in the Wiki who is the lead. Rnd scientists over quantum spatial Some the work he's been doing But I of course we have a lot of newses to catch up on In fact there is no way we keep up because apparently everybody decided to release a press. Release this week. Yeah everybody my dog did too. Yeah I mean it's just ridiculous so these would be selected that yes these are. These are all right. We might and do to be more alert. Dogs is not any you know we it. It was more. It was not really spatial more than a spatial type of topic for spatial. Get off my lawn. But that's another. Yeah it was. It was spatial stuff but it wouldn't really the anyway. So let's get onto the news. First UP IS LLEGADO. Fcc Quagmire continues for the hundred twenty seventh year. At least. That's what feels like all right. So here's the latest and greatest update on this whole nonsense as we've been reporting last couple episodes. Fcc said Yep it's great go forward with it whole lot of people have come out of the woodwork. To Go on Jack it is not okay. Do not go forward. And there's been a formal petitions against the FCC to reverse decision to allow llegado to go forward this is based upon blocking the GPS. Now it's going to be the normal people you would expect the airline pilots association who have a big interest and GPS working correctly and accurately and not having anything messing it. Up Association Equipment Manufacturers Aviation Interests The radium corporation Lockheed Martin Trimble. I mean antibody has anything to do with. Gps saying no. This is a really really bad idea but the really compelling bit here that may make the FCC think twice a hope is thirty two US senators which is over half and indifference. Bipartisan It's it's under heads. Sorry it's not it's it's a third I'm sorry A third of US senators which is when it by half ballpark. A half is is on from each party. So that's a bipartisan Thing sorry I misspoke I postseason. This is why we don't do math in front of people that's right So anyway they've come out and said no this is probably a bad idea so hopefully the FCC takes this all under advisement and reverses its. I'm going to terrible decision to allow. Continue for it. I would really like the the only way this gets really properly. Fixed is if Congress does what Congress is not probably going to do given the current crises. That's going on. Is they need to make legislation about this and that would be very clear guidance. Fcc A WHAT WOULD. It wouldn't be allowed but until then we run into the situation where the FCC can contain to make decisions and reverse decisions were versus sessions. And it's just a nightmare and in another. Us government News items this week The Department of Commerce Has Actually issued new rules for a commercial. Remote sensing satellites the Satellite Systems And in this case removing a lot of restrictions and so a lot of the the changes and it's it's They had a couple of drafts out. the current set are much more streamlined and they are lifting restrictions on not everything But especially on systems and types of data that could be sold elsewhere so outside the United States. So the argument is that others can do it then A of those restrictions are removed. There's still going to be some restrictions And they actually are setting up a tier system the full set of rules when we actually started according to I had seen published out yet but Essentially there are a lot of other obligations related. To remote sensing is stuff that that have to be still met so Some restrictions are in place but Essentially if you've got a system that is Only producing a on enhanced data. That is the same as unenhanced. Data available from sources that don't have Or not under the jurisdiction of Department Congress in the US so foreign sources will be called Tier One and they're actually going to have lots of restrictions changed however there's tier two and three and that has to do with systems that don't actually have any competition necessarily outside. The United States are outside of commerce purview. Meaning they're like well. If you're still competition that that would you know hurt you then yes we could still regulate you And so some of the questions that came up with things. Sar Data Nighttime data I think certain types of infrared in and stuff that had been heavily restricted. And the other thing that's going to change is how long the restrictions when there are restrictions a can go for which I guess you The original two thousand six Regulations had Basically just said they stay until new regulations are legislation. Come along. I think the new set of rules actually has a time period. I think two to three years. Something like that where potential they can review those So if you want the full text sort of the full details There's a couple of links the show nuts to one of the articles that discuss this But I mean you know. There was a lot of excitement Around when this was announced but The full rule set still has some things that will restrict. It's not it's not. Let the wild west of by any means but A lot of that restriction that that was there at least for existing systems and systems that do sort of traditional stuff is now going to be a little bit easier to deal with.

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ALPA Wants FAA To Enact COVID Rules

Airplane Geeks Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

ALPA Wants FAA To Enact COVID Rules

"Alba wants. Faa to enact Kovic Rules Alpa of course is the Airline Pilots Association. He and Max t we've seen that Alba's got some thoughts on compliance to CDC recommendations. I think last week we talked about one of the first airlines to announce their mask rule for passengers. And I think a lot of other airlines fell in quickly behind that and I thought this was a really interesting point. Alpa is making which is at right. Now there's kind of a patchwork of processes used by different airlines. And if you think about it you might be changing aircraft one airplane. You have to wear a mask another. You don't want airport. You have to wear it from the time you enter the building of the report. You don't. These are the kinds of inconsistencies Breakdown you know the safety procedures that we have and so they're just saying let's make this all uniform and to me. That makes a heck of a lot of sense They mentioned by the way that Air Canada's going to start checking all passenger temperatures starting may fifteenth. I'm not sure what kind of devices are going to use for that. But I guess that makes sense. Yeah absolutely David you might have some thoughts on Having consistency in terms of safety requirements across airlines. You think or. Do you think this the airlines should each decide on their own. What they think is most appropriate. Well you know I wouldn't be called renegade aviator if I didn't Throw a little bit of A matchstick on the fire here. Once in a while I do believe in standardization. However the airline business is a business and These co vid roles restrictions. Whatever you WANNA call them. They're all over the ballpark and they're going to continue to be that way. What I'd like to say. And I think the quickest way to bring back the passengers is to let the free market decide

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Southwest Airlines Pilots Sue Boeing Over 737 Max Crashes And Grounding

Glenn Beck

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Southwest Airlines Pilots Sue Boeing Over 737 Max Crashes And Grounding

"Pilots for Southwest Airlines are taking bowing to court over last paid from the grounding of the seven thirty seven backs the one hundred million dollar lawsuit accuses Boeing of purposefully misleading pilots about the plane's safety two deadly crashes within months of each other forced the seven thirty seven Max to be grounded across the world the Southwest Airlines pilots association union claims the pilots have lost over a hundred million dollars in pay since the grounding the union also urged bowing to do whatever is necessary to get the seven thirty seven MAX back in the

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MAX fallout: Southwest pilots sue Boeing over alleged lost wages

News, Traffic and Weather

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

MAX fallout: Southwest pilots sue Boeing over alleged lost wages

"Pilots with Southwest Airlines are suing bowling for one hundred million dollars come was Charlie harder tells us the case was filed Monday in Texas the Southwest Airlines pilots association is clobbering billing over the way it marketed the Max's having almost the same flying experience as prior models of the seven thirty seven the union says this isn't true and Boeing didn't give them the needed information to safely fly the planes the pilots want bowing to pay them for lost wages saying southwest is canceled thirty thousand flights since the match was grounded this complicates Boeing's public relations efforts as the plane gets back into service with the expectation that pilots would be the ones to reassure the public the plane is safe Boeing hasn't

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Pilots’ Strike Prompts British Airways to Cancel 1,700 Flights

The Adam Carolla Show

01:40 min | 2 years ago

Pilots’ Strike Prompts British Airways to Cancel 1,700 Flights

"British Airways has cancelled nearly one hundred hundred percent of its flights for September ninth and tenth amid a dispute with a British Airlines Pilots Association. That's be bapu which scheduled a strike for early this week. announced on August twenty third that its pilots would be striking in September following a pay dispute with the airline which they claimed would not accept any of a number number of solutions that would have avoided this strike. What isn't gonNA average pilot makes who's flying across cross the Atlanta against completely guessing you think to fifty I that sounds somewhere? I don't know Yeah Bach Seventy Five. I was GONNA Guess West because I've heard I have a a friend not that level but like he he says the the the wages have come down salaries so I'll go less but hopefully we'll well the pilot's Union they represent over ten thousand UK pilots across more than twenty companies had accused the airline of profiting at the cost of pilots sacrifice edge sacrifices services that include pay cuts and reduced leave and closing the final salary pension scheme quote unquote meanwhile the cost of these cancelled services is about fifty million per day yeah. It's Kinda tough if you need pilots and they go on strike like you can if you work at tuna canning factory or something then you working out next man then but yet the seven seven seven that's seven eight seven hundred in fact there was a post that said if your flight is cancelled. Please stay home like don't bother coming to not airport Heathrow. It's it's GonNa be a madhouse

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UK Parliament prorogation to go ahead.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:49 min | 2 years ago

UK Parliament prorogation to go ahead.

"Coming up on the news you K- parliament's suspension to go ahead Hurricane Dorian survivors not welcome in the United States and nearly all British Airways flights canceled as pilots go on strike. It's Monday September nine. I'm Anthony Davis the five week suspension of parliament. We'll begin later after. MP's expected to again reject government calls for a snap election opposition. MP's confirms they would not back the push for for an October fifteen Paul insisting law blocking and no deal brexit must be implemented. First ministers have called the law lousy and said they would test attest to the limit what it required them. Boris Johnson has been warned he could face legal action for flouting it. Common Speaker John Berko says is he will stand down at the next election or on October thirty first whichever comes first speaking in parliament Mr Berko said his ten year tenure was nearing its end and it had been the greatest honor and privilege to serve if there was no early election he said thirty first of October would be the least disruptive and most democratic date his faced fierce criticism from Brexit is who have questioned his impartiality on the issue of Europe and claim he has facilitated title efforts by MP's opposed to a no deal exit to take control of Commons business. Mr warned that if the appointment of his own successor was left until after the next election newly elected MP's might find themselves being unduly influenced by Ponti whips in their choice of figure it will mean a balance. Let's he's held when all members have some knowledge of the candidates. This is far preferable to a contest at the start of parliament where new MP's will not be similarly informed he you told the Commons in an emotional speech he said he had been proud to stand up for the interests of MP's and to act as the back benches backstop hundreds of hurricane Dorian survives crowded into a ferry anchored in Freeport Bahamas on Sunday evening after days on the sweltering islands with limited food water and power just two and a half hours across the ocean a safety and relief waited in Fort Lauderdale Florida then an announcement blared from the boats into com- speakers please all passengers is that don't have a US visa. Please proceed to disembark a crew member said in a video captured on board since Dorian devastated the island's earlier earlier this month hundreds of Bahamian refugees have reportedly come to the United States after going through a screening process with only a passport and proof of no criminal record the more than one hundred refugees forced to disembark Sunday night were baffled about why they were turned away at the last minute like this. It's kind of disappointing Reynard Oliver who held his infant daughter said it's hurtful because I'm watching my daughter cry but it is what it is on Saturday. Nearly fifteen hundred refugees traveled to the United States on another cruise ship reportedly without requiring visas. The refugees plight comes off the bipartisan partisan calls to waive all visa requirements for Bahamas survivors on Wednesday Senators Marco Rubio and Senator Rick Scott of Florida wrote an open letter to Donald trump urging him to allow in refugees with relatives in the United States eighteen other. Florida lawmakers made a similar appeal. He'll British. Airways was forced to cancel virtually all flights for Monday in Tuesday. After its pilots went on strike for the first time in the airline's history the strike was called by the British Airlines Pilot Association amid eight a heated dispute over pay with the airline that shows no signs of abating Palpa is planning another strike for September twenty seventh and said today that further strike dates may be announced nearly two hundred thousand passengers would do to travel today and tomorrow pilots are unhappy with as offer of an eleven point five percent salary increase over three years. They want a greater share of the airline's burgeoning prophets be posted operating profit of nearly two billion. Leeann pounds for two thousand eighteen an eleven point six percent increase over the previous year the average salary for be a captain is one hundred sixty seven thousand pounds sounds plus flying allowances. The offer of eleven point five percent would take the average salary to two hundred and two thousand pounds with another strike planned buffet said it would contact passes traveling on that date if their flights were likely to be impacted you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review on I iteens and follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast for daily updates. The news is an independent production covering politics wchs inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.

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Pilots’ Strike Prompts British Airways to Cancel 1,700 Flights

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Pilots’ Strike Prompts British Airways to Cancel 1,700 Flights

"Almost all British Airways flights have been canceled for today and tomorrow because of a pilots strike the British airline pilots association is demanding higher pay but British Airways CEO Alex cruise says this is affecting more than just the company to to the cynical actions of the pilots union we found ourselves having to cancel flights this is by all means an own goal is punishing our customers in our brand the ninety percent of colleagues that have already accepted this eleven point five percent deal and frankly it is punishing those pilots that want to come to work in a statement the group's general secretary Brian Stratton says that the members result is very strong and they remain angry with B. eight but they also wanna leave no stone unturned in trying to find a resolution the airline in the meantime says their offer of an eleven point five percent pay increase over three years

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on KGO 810

"A pilots strike British Airways inform customers who had booked flights for today and tomorrow not to go to their airports because they wouldn't be able to fly the British airline pilots association called the strike a midi heated pay dispute with the airline the union said they presented a proposal to British Airways last week and they didn't receive a reply so they called for the strike yesterday airline officials said they were prepared to return to the bargaining table any time the airline said they canceled almost every flight because they had no idea which pilots would report to work and what planes they could fly I'm Steve casting doubt on ridge has a full plate as it returns from its summer recess corresponded Jerry both lander is on Capitol Hill a majority of house Democrats want to move forward on impeachment but so far speaker Nancy Pelosi isn't ready for such a move lawmakers face an end of the month deadline to reach a spending agreement to avoid a government shutdown and recent mass shootings have prompted a push for tighter gun laws the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has no plans to consider any legislation that the president won't sign. thanks to Jerry bowed Lana reporting we're gonna take your drive and talk about the delays with highway eighty seven with mark me other next on KGO eight ten ponderosa homes in body elegant Doug Andrew here have you ever lost money due to market volatility on your I. a reason for one case how did that feel what if I could tell you the exact day you will suffer the greatest economic loss in your eye a reason for one case I can tell you that day right now the day you begin to withdraw your money see the government has a permanent tax lien on your tax deferred I reason for one case that usually gobbles up about a third of your retirement.

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British Airways grounds nearly all flights as pilots strike

The KFBK Morning News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

British Airways grounds nearly all flights as pilots strike

"British Airways flights have been canceled for today and tomorrow because of a pilots strike the British airline pilots association is demanding higher pay but British Airways CEO Alex cruise says this is affecting more than just the company due to the cynical actions of the pilots union we found ourselves having to cancel flights this is by no means an own goal is punishing our customers and our brand the ninety percent of colleagues that have already accepted this eleven point five percent deal and frankly it is punishing those pilots that want to come to work the pilot's union is accusing the airline of making big profits at the expense of workers the strike means that nearly two hundred thousand people are going to be impacted by this

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British Airways pilots strike grounds 1,700 flights in latest blow to airline

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

British Airways pilots strike grounds 1,700 flights in latest blow to airline

"Desk almost all British Airways flights have been canceled today and tomorrow because of a pilots strike the British airline pilots association is demanding higher pay the airline says its offer of eleven point five percent over three years is fair the pilots association represents more than ten thousand pilots in the UK which is over eighty five percent of all commercial pilots flying in that

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Pilots' strike forces British Airways to cancel virtually all flights

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Pilots' strike forces British Airways to cancel virtually all flights

"Are met the British airline pilots association called for a strike for pilots that British Airways in a statement pretty sure way says it had no way of predicting how many pilots would come to work or which aircraft they would be qualified to fly as a result the airline says it has no option but to cancel nearly one hundred percent of its flights for today and tomorrow responded bill Michaels the disruption and stranded thousands of

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on KOMO

"Up the airline pilots association it tells the committee regulators need to have stronger oversight by industry must be more determined than ever to prevail against special interest that would have us ignore the lessons from the past leaders says the FAA needs more money and workers if it wants greater control of the safety approval process another aftershock in Monroe this afternoon at three point oh earthquake shook shortly before five earlier today there was a five point four magnitude off the coast of Oregon while it seems like we've been getting a lot recently come was Charlie harder says experts aren't alarm bill steel at the UW seismology lab says this is a big planet and earthquakes happen all the time and the quakes in Washington Oregon and California happened on different fault lines quite a distance none of shaking would have reached up into the area where we're having our earthquakes but before you completely relax Steele says we are due for the big one Cascadia subduction zone earthquake we have about a fifteen percent chance in fifty years of seeing one of those and before you say fifteen percent tax that can't happen on election day twenty sixteen Donald Trump was given a fifteen percent chance of winning Charlie harder come on in voting is about to begin in this year's primary ballots are being mailed out starting today secretary of state Kim Wyman says she's expecting significant turn out what's on the ballot that really drives it and we just have some I probably contested races that will try turn out of I think the washing a longer makes turnout predictions Wyman does say that off your primaries that typically in the forty percent range Seattle police have made an arrest in a deadly stabbing on Capitol Hill we're told a fifty year old man's been taken into custody in Tacoma we booked into the king county jail for investigation of murder we're still waiting for more details on what may have led up to the stabbing early Sunday in calendars and park and have a man on the twenty five year old woman who died may have been connected no charges for the Centralia police officer who shot and killed an eighteen year old with mental health issues come was Ryan Harris has the update was the early morning hours of June eighteenth when Centralia police officers say they got a call of a man trying to force his way into a family's home officer Frederick Mercer reported that the man they found later identified as Joshua Flores had a knife in his hand as he marched toward him with exaggerated hand motions and shouting back as Mercer told him to drop the weapon appearing to tense up Mercer says like he was ready to attack Florez's family said he's had mental health problems but Lewis County prosecutor Jonathan Meyer says that doesn't mean officers had to allow themselves or people nearby to be heard officer Mercer really was protected himself as well as the onlookers in the bystanders the fact that the suspect may have had mental health issues while unfortunate is a side issue Meyer tells me he's willing to sit down the floor as his family to explain why he won't file charges Brian Harris como news reach out floors family but so far have had no response Washington state's June unemployment rate remained unchanged from the previous month provides rate of four point six percent state also added six thousand jobs last month comedies time is ten ten from Harley exteriors sports desk tonight Dortmund beat the Sounders three to one here in Seattle and in Minnesota the storm took the links ninety this seventy nine couples bill Schwartz as it appears Seattle's NHL expansion franchises founded general manager Ron Francis considered one of the top one hundred NHL players in history he was the captain of three different teams and his Jersey retired by the Hartford whalers he's also known for drafting well and developing young talent Francis reportedly will be introduced tomorrow night as NHL Seattle's first general manager very few positives in the Seattle Mariners five game baseball road trip swept all three in Anaheim and drop both games in Oakland in lopsided fashion today the athletic socked six home runs on their way to attend to triumph manager Scott service says the Ms offense has to get Gary really didn't do much at all ostensibly to put up any big numbers at all and you're not gonna hold teams down certain on the road you go to school or to to win ball games and we struggled offensively.

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

"Their comments that they didn't know what was in the aircraft or they didn't know all of the aircraft systems, and they basically said, we need to know what's on this airplane. Yet was, but that meeting was it actually mirrored a meeting that we reported on the about couple weeks ago between southwest pilot's union, and the exact same three boomer presenters actually in the case of the New York Times, they actually were identified it was three folks. It was a John Maloney. Who was the head of state government relations for Boeing so effectively, one of their chief lobbyists, Mike Senate who is the vice-president of Brock development, and also Craig bomb, Ben who's that? She seven thirty seven pilot and. And this meeting took place in Dallas. I believe there was a similar one on the Sunday after thanksgiving which is couple of days earlier with John weeks. The president of, of Swoboda's, uplift airline Pilots Association and several of the representatives swap effectively talking about the same topics. So this was very much part of the a confidence building road show that these three were on to talk about what was going on. And so a lot of the same topics came up with southwest as well. And the big question was are there any surprises in what became clear is that, yes there, there are other surprises when we went, but Ailey disagreed message software issue. You know, in, in there, there really was this, the, the spirited exchange between, you know, the pilots unions, in the pilots, who, who had just learned about him. Tasks several weeks earlier in Boeing who, who affected vociferiously defended. They're planning to infiltrate. They had things in hand. Well, you know what we saw five months later or four. Months later, was was the Ethiopian crash, which obviously a bit with a very major turning point for this whole situation which obviously, in turn prompt, Trump's rightfully questions around what was being done back then to ensure that, that a another crash didn't happen. And so, you know five it was well fail. Here's the pilot guidance for how to handle this while intern we've seen that might that certainly the injuries of acknowledging that, that wasn't sufficient. We saw that with, with Ethiopian in what in what happened as far as there used the reckless. There are other extenuating circumstances that folks appointed to, but generally speaking when you have a sequence like this, you clearly something is wrong. So you mentioned a, a spirited discussion between the pilots and the pilots union and end folks at Boeing and I guess the question on my mind is at what point is trust eroded so far, that it becomes nearly impossible to rebuild. Because when you ask are there any other surprises? And then yes, there are many other surprises and they keep trickling out, which is the thing that I know we talked about this in March, when we discussed where things were then in Boeing's description of we're going to be transparent. We're going to say things and do things and everyone's going to see them and understand them that doesn't seem to be the case. I think that, that would imply that the situation was under control them and it was not as we certainly have seen. I think your core question is at what point has trust. So been a road that won't that is a reparable trust takes time. Trust is, is the most important ingredient of the functioning of modern or voting of life. Right. It's better are interpersonal. Relationships. It's about how systems work it's about flipping a light switch and having trust that. It's not gonna kill you right? It's like it's only as basic is that the system is done right. It's a very local personal example. Whether it's your family, your friends, you know, trusting trusting them in the case of aviation the entire system cannot operate without trust. And in whether it's trust that you're giving a proper instruction by ATC that you're the pilot of front is, is competent and trustworthy making decisions together with,.

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"But then also have clear parameters about how you respond when there has been an incident of sexual harassment were sexual assault. How to respond to that? How to report it how to keep track of it? And how old erotic it role said very good. Very good. Well, Sarah as we start to come to a close here wanted to just ask you about a subject that's on. Everyone's top of mind. These days the seven three seven max accidents that we've seen does the union have a position on how that's been handled to this point. The association of flight attendants express concern right away after the crash. So now, we had you know, two incidents really almost back to back with the same characteristics. We if a for me to an immediate investigation and effort to answer questions that were rising among flight crews, and and also among the general public and win that didn't happen and the rest of the world started responded started ground, those judge we then called for grounding in the judge not even so much because we were saying that we had all the facts that we needed to say that it was unsafe. But that there was a real a lack of confidence growing and USA VA Shen, and that could have a lasting impact on our ability to fly around the world on our ability to compete with the rest of the world, and I'm Boyne ability to recover. So we said we really need some leadership here that Miers what we saw in the eighties. When there was the attempt to poison those Tylenol bottles and enter cyanide into the final ball where we saw the deaths there that occurred after that, and you had millions of bottles on the shelf, and many people would have said just righted out stall, you know, the vast majority of those bottles are probably fine. And the CEO said, no, we're gonna recall all those bottles because there is a return on integrity, and we have to have the public trust. And there's going to be a cost up front, but we have to show leadership here. And we have to have the confidence of the public in Tylenol, and it's still held up as the gold standard at Harvard Business School and other communications programs across the country. And we just saw that there was a real failure by Boeing to step up and understand that reputation was at stake, and that's really concerning for us because we have a lot of confidence in the workers at Boeing who have built these amazing machines. For us to fly all over the world, and they really need to be given the opportunity to make the fix here. And we think that it was a real failure of leadership that they didn't pull those airplanes down right away and say safety is our number one. We're going to get this back to our professionals on the front lines can figure out how to fix this. And make sure that everybody has confidence lying and that we identify. Specifically what the pilot's need to know in order to fly these jets appropriately. And Finally, I just wanna know that that was a real failure on Boeing's part. But I do wanna commend the airline Pilots Association and congress and the regulators really pushing from Albuquerque to make sure that there are very strict training rules to make sure that there is time in those letters and in the cockpit learning how to fly these jets and having other there an training requirements for pilots in the US is among the best in the world. And that is a key point here as well. But if Boeing's. Showing that confidence and not showing that they will address any concerns about the integrity aircraft and communicating that properly pilots round the world, then we're not giving those pilots the opportunity to continue to lead the world and aviation. And so that really encapsulated Arkansas about this. And Finally, I would say that safety is number one. There were three hundred and forty six lives lost in the last six months, and we have had one death in USA in the last ten years, and we're really concerned that Boeing put us all on the line here with some bad leadership decisions..

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on KOMO

"After those days of mounting pressure. Now that line has been grounded. Komo's Charlie Harker with more President Trump says investigators got some new information at the site of the crash in Ethiopia, and it's in everyone's best interest that these planes not fly until further. Notice pilots have been notified airlines have been notified airlines agreeing with this to safety of the American people at all people is paramount concern, the says investigators found some similarities between this latest crash in the crash in October of a lion air max eight in a written statement. Boeing says it agrees with meantime, the EV OPN's have decided to have the black boxes evaluated in France. And not the United States. Experts say we might get some preliminary information in. Matter of days, Charlie harder. Komo news. And congress is already considering hearings into the grounding of the seven thirty seven max fleets that part of the story from komo's Jeff Pohjola. Washington. Democrat Rick Larsen chairs, the aviation subcommittee me says they'll be using their oversight role to look into the FAA's approval process of the airplane looking at critical safety systems that did not exist prior models of the seven thirty seven, and what's changed in this new model seven thirty seven and the approval process the FAA used to get from a to b he wants to make sure the FAA and Boeing took all the necessary steps and making sure the plane was safe to fly. Jeff pohjola. Komo news reports filed with the US government by seven thirty seven max, eight pilots reveal safety concerns. Dating back to shortly after last fall's lion air disaster in a report and covered. By the Dallas Morning News. A first officer says his max eight win into an unexplained nosedive seconds after the captain's switched on the auto pilot in. Separate report a pilot rips into Boeing and the FAA writing that the max eight flight manual is quote almost criminally insufficient. The airline Pilots Association says it supports the FAA's decision to ground the seven thirty seven max and strongly encourages authorities to expedite the investigation into the opium aircrash and identify any needed corrective actions there are dozens of Boeing seven thirty-seven max aircraft that had been flying over the US today. ABC's senior transportation correspondent David curly. There are seventy two of these aircraft flying in the United States of America thirty four by south west twenty four by you. American and fourteen of the nines, which is a slightly longer version that United is flying. And so all all of those will now go to the ground that basically means the entire fleet of the brand new seven seven Max's have been grounded just a couple of weeks ago, eighty five hundred flights a week by these aircraft. So we'll have some impact on airline experts. Don't expect the grounding of the seven thirty seven max because any major travel delays for the individual flier, though. Komo news time to.

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Information and discussion for the Tampa Bay area. Newsradio WFL a is live and local right now with Ryan Gorman on PM Tampa Bay yesterday on the show we talked for quite a while. About whether or not the costs that were suffering as a country to our national security and economy because of this government shutdown are worth using the shutdown as a negotiating tool, which is exactly what's happening here to me. There is no reason why the government has to be shut down over this immigration debate. That is a policy issue that you should be able to make a deal on without having to shut the government down. If you if you missed. That monologue that I did on all of that. We've got forty on the website WFL, a news dot com. Just go to the PM Tampa Bay page. And there was more information that came out after the show last night. That directly ties to what I was saying. In a joint statement, the heads of the national air traffic controllers association, airline Pilots Association and association of flight attendants sounded the alarm about the impact of the shutdown on air travel. The statement said and I'm quoting here in our risk averse industry. We cannot even calculate the level of risk currently play nor predict the point at which the entire system will break. It is on. President. The statement noted that one in five air traffic controllers are eligible to retire and with no money coming in. There's no incentive for those employees. Not to leave when that happens, the already understaffed air, traffic control ranks will not be able to handle it. According to the union heads. So you add to that. Former White House chief of staff. John Kelly and four other former homeland security secretaries. Calling on President Trump and congress to end the ongoing partial government shutdown and fund the critical mission of D H S. The letter says the department of homeland security employees have been leaving the department because they cannot continue to work unpaid as the shutdown drags on. The letter said, quote, DHS employees who protect the traveling public investigate and counter terrorism and protect critical infrastructure should not have to rely on the charitable generosity of others for assistance in feeding their families and paying their bills while they steadfastly focus on the mission at hand, this is unconscionable. The group writes a d h s is facing a real crisis in retaining its workforce. If the shutdown continues. What isn't in the letter? Any mention. Of the necessity. Of a five point seven billion dollar border wall or any mention of a crisis along the southern border. None of the department of homeland security secretaries. None of them mentioned any of that..

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on AP News

"Airlines have approved a new contract after nearly three years of negotiations. The airline Pilots Association says seventy seven percent of frontiers pilots have backed the deal in a vote. They voted to authorize a strike in thousand seventeen but federal law makes it difficult for airline workers to strike so pilots staged demonstrations, including sending a strike bus to cities in frontiers network. The union says the new contract which will take affect next Wednesday will provide an average fifty three percent pay increase. The German version of the news and views website. Huffpost is shutting down after more than five years. German publisher Burda forward says huffpost Deutschland will cease operations March thirty first Berta forwards license the German version of the site since two thousand thirteen running it's news and revenue. Streams company said its partnership with huffpost international was always results oriented and constructive, but the two sides of decided to end their cooperation because the partners are now pursuing different business strategies more legal trouble for X Nissan chairman. Carlos Goan AP's serious shaklee reports he's been charged with breach of trust. In the Tokyo district court charged with full defying financial reports in under reporting his income by about forty four million US dollars over five years through two thousand and fifteen gone Greg Kelly, another Nissan executive and Nissan as illegal entity charged with additional under reporting of income from. Two thousand and fifteen through fiscal two thousand seventeen guns Lewis request be granted. Release on bail. Kellyanne Nissan were not charged with breach of trust. I'm Zaria shaklee. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game..

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on AP News

"Airlines have approved a new contract after nearly three years of negotiations. The airline Pilots Association says seventy seven percent of frontiers pilots have backed the deal in a vote. They voted to authorize a strike in two thousand seventeen but federal law makes it difficult for airline workers to strike so pilots staged demonstrations, including sending a strike bus to cities in frontiers network. The union says the new contract which will take affect next Wednesday will provide an average fifty three percent pay increase. Last year's data breach involving Marianne owned hotels. Those led a group of class action law firms to file a lawsuit over the hack. The daily record reports Marriott International, inC is being sued by one hundred seventy six plaintiffs from all fifty states the district of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands in federal court. The chain confirmed last year hackers compiled stolen data from reservation systems used by Starwood hotels and resorts worldwide, inC for four years it estimates. Three hundred eighty three million guests were affected the plaintiffs asserted, Starwood and Marietta failed to identify the breach and notify those affected in a timely manner. Plaintiffs attorneys say Maryanne should've discovered the breach during its acquisition of Starwood in two thousand sixteen. Missing teen is back home. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news minute thirteen year old Jamie cloth, abducted last October from her Wisconsin home. After her parents were killed has been reunited with relatives in Barron. Wisconsin Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says the twenty one year old Jake Paterson had no known contact with the close family before the attack. We don't believe there was a social media connection. And we're determining how he became aware of Jamie the girl escaped yesterday from the cabin where she had been held in a rural area near the town of Gordon at some sixty miles from baron Patterson as a court appearance on Monday, partial government, shutdown likely to be the longest in US history. President Trump's softens is pushed to issue an emergency declaration to take the wall funding issue out of the hands of congress. The absolute right to do it. But I'm not gonna do it so fast because this is something congress should do some eight hundred thousand federal workers are affected by the shutdown. I'm Tim McGuire. More news right after this. We're your child's be ready for kindergarten at Chester.

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on AP News

"Pilots for the discount carrier. Frontier. Airlines have approved a new contract after nearly three years of negotiations. The airline Pilots Association has seventy seven percent of frontiers pilots have backed the deal in a vote. They voted to authorize a strike in 2017, but federal law makes it difficult for airline workers to strike so pilots staged demonstrations, including sending a strike bus to cities in frontiers network. The union says the new contract, which will take effect next Wednesday will provide an average fifty three percent pay increase. A man who police say used an alligator in an extortion. Attempt has pleaded guilty to reduce charges. The Connecticut post reports Isaiah's Garcia from Texas entered his plea to unlawful restraint he originally faced kidnapping, assault and larceny charges in. What police said was one of the strangest cases they've investigated. Police say twenty one year old man called his aunt in April Tuesday he'd been kidnapped and his abductor was demanding eight hundred dollars police say she received a photograph of him face down in a bathtub with an open mouth alligator on top of him Garcia was later arrested at a Shelton hotel. He faces up to one year in prison. Last year's data breach involving Marriott owned hotels. Those led a group of class action law firms to file a lawsuit over the hack. The daily record reports Marriott International, inC is being sued by one hundred seventy six plaintiffs from all fifty states the district of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands in federal court. The chain confirmed last year hackers compiled stolen data from reservation systems used by Starwood hotels and resorts worldwide, inC for four years it estimates. Three hundred eighty three million guests were affected the plaintiffs asserted, Starwood and Marietta failed to identify the breach notify those affected in a timely manner. Plaintiffs attorneys say Maryanne should've discovered the breach during its acquisition of Starwood in two thousand sixteen. Missing teen is back home. I'm Tim Maguire AP news minute thirteen year old Jamie cloth, abducted last October from her Wisconsin home. After her parents were killed has been reunited with relatives in Barron. Wisconsin Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says the twenty one year old Jake Paterson had no known contact with the close family before the attack. We don't believe there was a social media connection. And we're determining how he became aware of Jamie the girl escaped yesterday from the cabin where she had been held in a rural area near the town of Gordon at some sixty miles from baron Patterson as a court appearance on Monday, partial government, shutdown likely to be the longest in US history. President Trump's softens is pushed to issue an emergency declaration to take the wall funding issue out of the hands of congress. The absolute right to do it. But I'm not gonna do it so fast because this is something congress should do.

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on AP News

"Airlines have approved a new contract after nearly three years of negotiations. The airline Pilots Association says seventy seven percent of frontiers pilots have back the deal in a vote. They voted to authorize a strike in two thousand seventeen but federal law makes it difficult for airline workers to strike so pilots staged demonstrations, including sending a strike bus to cities in frontiers network. The union says the new contract which will take affect next Wednesday will provide an average fifty three percent pay increase. Missing teen is back home. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute thirteen year old Jamie clause of -ducted last October from her Wisconsin home after her parents were killed has been reunited with relatives. And baron. Wisconsin Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says the twenty one year old Jake Paterson had no known contact with the close family before the attack. We don't believe there was a social media connection. And we're determining how he became aware of Jamie the girl escaped yesterday from the cabin where she had been held in a rural area near the town of Gordon at some sixty miles from baron Patterson as a court appearance on Monday, partial government, shutdown likely to be the longest in US history. President Trump's softens is pushed to issue an emergency declaration to take the wall funding issue out of the hands of congress. The absolute right to do it. But I'm not going do it so fast because this is something congress should do some eight hundred thousand federal workers are affected by the shutdown. I'm Tim McGuire. AP digital news back in a moment. Heavy snow in the Balkans has closed down schools left. Some remote villages cut off and disrupted. Traffic and power supplies in many areas. The Bulgarian Red Cross says the bodies of two snowboarders who died in an avalanche were found Friday Albania's energy ministries is a power company employees suffered a fatal heart attack while repairing damage supply lines a couple of thousand soldiers and other emergency workers have taken part in nationwide. Efforts in Albania to help those trapped in the snow in clear the rose to reach blocked rural areas. Serbia's state TV said Friday, several municipalities in the southwest of the country have introduced emergency measures warning of snow piling up on the roads and sealing off mountain villages. The nominees for the annual blues music awards have been announced..

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on AP News

"You're listening to the AP digital news network pilots for the discount carrier. Frontier. Airlines have approved a new contract after nearly three years of negotiations. The airline Pilots Association says seventy seven percent frontiers pilots have backed the deal in vote. They voted to authorize a strike in twenty seventeen but federal law makes it difficult for airline workers to strike so pilots staged demonstrations, including sending a strike bus to cities in frontiers network. The union says the new contract, which will take effect next Wednesday will provide an average fifty three percent pay increase. In Aretha Franklin bio pic, which is long been in development has been given the go-ahead MGM announced Thursday that Tony award nominated director Liezl Tommy will held in the film, which will start Jennifer Hudson months before she died Franklin selected Hudson after seeing a performer medley of Franklin songs at a pre Grammy bash Kelly courier who Penn nineteen Ninety-one Thelma. And Louise will write the script Georgia Pacific says because people aren't buying as much copy paper anymore. It's being forced to lay off nearly seven hundred people at Louisiana mill a company spokesman says meeting the demand for office paper isn't a viable business. Long term is society continues to shift toward electronic communications, the advocate reports that around three hundred people will continue working at the port. Hudson mill producing toilet tissue paper towels. The company says it will permanently shut down its office paper production assets would yard pulp mill and most of its energy generating complex by mid March. Missing teen is back home. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news minute thirteen year old Jamie cloth, abducted last October from her Wisconsin home. After her parents were killed has been reunited with relatives in Barron. Wisconsin Barron county sheriff Chris herald says the twenty one year old Jake Paterson had no known contact with the close family before the attack. We don't believe there was a social media connection. And we're determining how he became aware of Jamie the girl escaped yesterday from the cabin where she had been held in a rural area near the town of Gordon at some sixty miles from baron Patterson as a court appearance on Monday, partial government, shutdown likely to be the longest in US history. President Trump's softens pushed to issue an emergency declaration to take the wall funding issue out of the hands of congress the absolute right to do it. But I'm not gonna do it.

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on AP News

"The German version of the news and views website. Huffpost is shutting down after more than five years. German publisher Berta forward says huffpost Deutschland will cease operations March thirty first further forwards license the German version of the site since two thousand thirteen running it's news and revenue. Streams company said its partnership with post international was always results oriented and constructive, but the two sides have decided to end their cooperation because the partners are now pursuing different business strategies last year's data breach involving Marianne owned hotels. Those led a group of class action law firms to file a lawsuit over the hack. The daily record reports Marriott International, inC is being sued by one hundred seventy six plaintiffs from all fifty states the district of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands in federal court. The chain confirmed last year hackers compiled stolen data from reservation systems used by Starwood hotels and resorts worldwide. Inc. For four years estimates. Three hundred eighty three million guests were affected the plaintiffs asserted, Starwood and Marietta failed to identify the breach of notify those affected in timely manner. Plaintiffs attorneys say Marietta should've discovered the breach during its acquisition of Starwood in two thousand sixteen. Pilots for the discount carrier. Frontier. Airlines have approved a new contract after nearly three years of negotiations. The airline Pilots Association says seventy seven percent of frontiers pilots have backed the deal in a vote. They voted to authorize a strike in two thousand seventeen but federal law makes it difficult for airline workers to strike so pilots staged demonstrations, including sending a strike bus to cities in frontiers network. The union says the new contract, which will take effect next Wednesday will provide an average fifty three percent pay increase. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. A look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game..

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on AP News

"To the digital news network and Aretha Franklin bio pic, which is long been in development has been given the go-ahead MGM announced Thursday that Tony award nominated director Liezl Tommy L helm, the film, which will start Jennifer Hudson months before she died Franklin selected Hudson after seeing a performer medley of Franklin songs at a pre Grammy bash Kelly courier who Penn nineteen Ninety-one Thelma. And Louise, so write the script pilots for the discount carrier. Frontier. Airlines have approved a new contract after nearly three years of negotiations. The airline Pilots Association says seventy seven percent of frontiers pilots have backed the deal in a vote. They voted to authorize a strike in two seventeen but federal law makes it difficult for airline workers to strike so pilots staged demonstrations, including sending a strike bus to cities in frontiers network. The union says the new contract which will take affect next Wednesday will provide an average fifty three percent pay increase. When is a penny worth more than two hundred grand. Well, when it's a rare nineteen forty-three Bruns Lincoln penny. Heritage auctions says more than thirty people bid on the rare coin Thursday night in Florida, which sold for two hundred four thousand dollars only ten to fifteen of these pennies mistakenly minted in bronze instead of steel are believed to exist. There were made at a time. When bronze and copper were being saved to fill metal shortages during World War Two. The story goes van lutes pittsfield Massachusetts found the penny pocket as a teenager in nineteen forty seven and he's held onto whatever since lutes died in September. He directed. All proceeds from the sale to be donated to the Berkshire FM AM if the public library in pittsfield. Partial shutdown day twenty one I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute. Vice President Mike Pence is pledging the Trump administration will keep fighting to build a wall on the US Mexico border this president, and this administration will keep fighting to build the wall and give you the resources and reforms you need to do your job. Pence spoke at the headquarters of the US customs and border protection Washington agents. They are among the eight hundred thousand federal employees who must work without pay during the partial government shutdown a man is in jail in Wisconsin accused of killing a couple and kidnapping. There are thirteen year old daughter suspect is Jake Thomas Patterson. Thirteen year old Jamie class was last seen in October yesterday. She approached a stranger along a rural road and said she was abducted an eighteen year old Saudi woman fleeing alleged abuse by family left Thailand headed for Canada, which granted her asylum. I'm Ed Donahue, AP digital news back in a moment..

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on Uncover

Uncover

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on Uncover

"There is no hint of this theory in the coroner's hearing, nor in the thousands of pages of the reports we've read an and we can't verify this with Doug nasty because he's passed away. We have confirmed that this nasty did contribute to the pilot unions investigation on this case, and we have Catherine's account and her cousin. Mike steel. No. He was in the cars. Well, he mostly confirms it. But he does say that Nancy didn't link this pilot and the mystery men reported by the cleaner. I don't know if the air investigators ever went into the coroner's inquest. I don't they recalled as this is only because I truly do believe that Canadian litigation against them would have been huge if they're investigators had. Said anything like this in a coroner's inquest? This is the most detailed account that we've heard of this theory or rumor so far that the person who placed that bomb wasn't a passenger at all that it was a pilot who might have been punished somehow, and who may have been that mysterious man spotted by the cleaning woman. A we still weeks trying to figure out how much of this was true. So we can confirm that nasty was with the Canadian airline Pilots Association. But nobody from that association had a chance to testify at the coroner's inquest. We also know the RCMP question every single airport employees who is anywhere near CPA Twenty-one when it was on the ground in Vancouver before it took off no one else. Remember seeing a mysterious man with a moon shaped face and after giving her a lie detector test RCMP decided that the cleaner was not telling the truth. So what about a pilot who is disciplined RCMP node say that that they interviewed all CPR employees left the company for eighteen months before the crash, according to the Mounties, no one seemed to have a grudge and yet still some families believed that whoever plays that bomb on the plane locked away we have to keep digging into that idea of fifth suspect to see if it's possible. But we have to stay focused on the main suspects. Those four people who are on the plane. Silence. Was one of the investigators he stayed in close touch with the RCMP. So I said the Mounties had narrowed the list of suspects down to one. He's diary meticulous notes about this case. But he didn't write down the name of the man police thought was responsible. It took him thirty years before you opened up to a son Ken. And then another two decades before Ken chose to open up to us. Ken. Good. I'm. Nice to eat here. When did you first hear from your that? He and the RCMP were pretty sure who did it the night before the reunion. This would have been July seventh nineteen ninety five. I asked him point blank. I said, do you know who did it? And he said, we have a very good idea whom the responsible person was and there's a lot of evidence that points that direction, but it's all circumstance evidence. It's not anything that you could take the court and prove beyond the shadow doubts, this particular individual was responsible can has never spoken publicly about this before today were sitting at that same dining room table the same spot where kens dad, I told him. I said who wasn't. I remember him saying that this particular individual was one of the youngest of the four suspects. He was very much a loner from their investigation air C M P on no friends. No, no, close associations. Than belong to any organizations with the one exception of the shooting club at the mine where he worked in Kassel can insisted that he couldn't remember names..

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"airline pilots association" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"airline pilots association" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Download and app store and Google play store. Not keeps nachos. For any responsible trying to make sure that hit the rules. But sadly, not everyone is responsible pilot. Yeah. I think the people usually are involved in these incidents are the ones that are completely clueless or or they just don't care. Yeah. Liberty doing it. Trying to get a, you know, unique shop that driving crashing into Atlanta. Yeah. Not not today would bring up anything unusual in my comments. But you know, this really sounds a lot like the gun debate here in the United States. Because people that it's going to go out there and do what they wanna do the it's legal or not. Okay. So you can take the can make the give the people that are responsible people the licenses in the certifications to fly these drones. And they're going to be the ones that certain that are responsible. It's people that don't have the certifications that don't have the license to fly the Jones or know how to operate them legally that are going to be the people that are going to be the biggest threat to the aviation world in the how do you how do you combat that? How do you? How do you regulate that? I mean, it's hard to track down somebody in the first place if they're certified if they're not certified at all, then how do you track them down? Yeah. It is possible because it's fairly obvious people. Hey, drives they see people with the controllers. They know what they're doing. And any policeman walking around KOMO to say, you know, what are you doing where are you flying drone? Whereas if you if you're in a place where you can carry a weapon all the time, that's not necessarily gonna happen. And you're only gonna be questioned if you put it out, but Shively wave it around the actress to the Bishop. I do see the I do see the comparison though. I do agree. It seems like the the rules that are made the law abiding citizens are the ones that are going to hear to the rules, and the ones that have no regard for legal regulations that are going to be the ones that are going to, you know, us those rules. Sure in and how do we had a we, you know, and many of those have no idea that they're even rules out there did they just go to the store to buy their drone. And they don't bother looking at any of the. The the the literature that comes with it as far as regulations and registering and all that kind of stuff, and they just go up there and fly away. Yeah. My point is how how do you enforce it? And I think that's something that the drone industry is is struggling with. I don't know if they've determined exactly how to find that. That's something that will have to figure out on future episode. I believe his stuff. Do you wanna take this next one? Jay sorry. I had to we're doing actually she. Yes. I do. Sorry. Okay. Half a second. This is a positive one. This is good news. So has to do with our neighbors to the north Canada. And their first female commercial pilot's this is from CBC Canadian broadcast corporation. I think. Liz. We'll probably correct me. If I got that incorrect anyway in nineteen Seventy-three Rosella Bjornson became the first woman in Canada to be hired as a commercial, airline pilots and. Apparently once kind of humorous story, she was leading the plane in Calgary and was mistaken for misbehaving stewardess when she radioed in. But that was back in nineteen seventy four and at the time, she was the only woman in North America working as a commercial pilot. I'm not sure about that to be honest. But we'll fact check that later please don't pull that against us fifty percents. Accuracy. If is. It's a CBC that had that wrong. That's wrong. So anyway, this is good news because on Thursday, she's going to receive the Albert order of excellence in a ceremony at government house an award honoring curric- even in the industry and a lifetime spent advocating for the advancement of women in aviation. She's now seventy one years old. She was the first woman hired as of pilot on a North American airline and the first female member of the Canadian airline Pilots Association international..

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