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FAA seeks $27,500 from passenger it says hit Delta flight attendant
02/27/2021
FAA seeks $27,500 from passenger it says hit Delta flight attendant

FAA seeks $27,500 from passenger it says hit Delta flight attendant

Federal officials are seeking a $27,500 civil penalty against an airline passenger who allegedly struck a flight attendant who asked the woman and her companion to leave the plane after a dispute about wearing a face mask.

Annual flight counts plummet, but complaints skyrocket
02/25/2021
Annual flight counts plummet, but complaints skyrocket

Annual flight counts plummet, but complaints skyrocket

The number of flights operated by airlines plummeted in 2020, while the number of complaints about air travel skyrocketed as travelers struggled to get refunds.

Kemp set to add teachers, ‘vulnerable’ Georgians to vaccine priority list
02/24/2021
Kemp set to add teachers, ‘vulnerable’ Georgians to vaccine priority list

Kemp set to add teachers, ‘vulnerable’ Georgians to vaccine priority list

Gov. Brian Kemp is expected to expand the list of people eligible to receive the coronavirus vaccine to include teachers, a significant step in containing the pandemic that comes after months of criticism from frustrated parents and educator groups.

Georgia opens 4 COVID-19 vaccination sites
02/22/2021
Georgia opens 4 COVID-19 vaccination sites

Georgia opens 4 COVID-19 vaccination sites

Georgians lined up in their cars before 8 a.m. Monday as the state opened sites to speed delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine to at-risk residents.

FAA orders stepped-up inspections of Boeing 777s after United engine failure
02/22/2021
FAA orders stepped-up inspections of Boeing 777s after United engine failure

FAA orders stepped-up inspections of Boeing 777s after United engine failure

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration said on Sunday it is issuing an emergency airworthiness directive following an engine failure of a United Boeing 777 in Denver, requiring immediate or stepped-up inspections of similar planes.

Georgia to launch mass vaccination sites amid supply shortage
02/18/2021
Georgia to launch mass vaccination sites amid supply shortage

Georgia to launch mass vaccination sites amid supply shortage

Georgia will open its first state-run vaccination sites as health officials race to rapidly inoculate vulnerable residents amid a tight supply of the COVID-19 vaccine and an intensifying political battle over Gov. Brian Kemp’s strategy to contain the pandemic.

White House meets with airline CEOs on COVID-19 travel issues
02/12/2021
White House meets with airline CEOs on COVID-19 travel issues

White House meets with airline CEOs on COVID-19 travel issues

The chief executives of major U.S. airlines, including American Airlines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines, met virtually with the White House’s COVID-19 response coordinator on Friday amid airline concerns that new restrictions could be imposed on domestic air travel.

Feds determine cause of Kobe Bryant helicopter crash
02/09/2021
Feds determine cause of Kobe Bryant helicopter crash

Feds determine cause of Kobe Bryant helicopter crash

Federal safety officials on Tuesday blamed the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others on board last year on the pilot’s poor decision to fly into clouds where he became disoriented and plunged into a Southern California hillside.

Georgia House passes bill to stop COVID-19 lawsuits against businesses
02/09/2021
Georgia House passes bill to stop COVID-19 lawsuits against businesses

Georgia House passes bill to stop COVID-19 lawsuits against businesses

The Georgia House of Representatives passes a bill Tuesday that would limit lawsuits against businesses when an employee or customer catches COVID-19. The legislation now advances to the state Senate.

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