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RAA Safety Panel

Safety: A Team Effort

NASHVILLE—When it comes to safety, it should be a joint effort with airlines, government agencies and manufacturers working together to ...
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Regional Airlines See Bright Future

NASHVILLE—Leaders of North America’s regional airlines expressed optimism about the future of the industry, citing the strong interest mainline carriers ...
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Leach: RAA, Regional Airlines Making Progress on Pilot Shortage

NASHVILLE—There has been a tangible change in the way the pilot shortage is discussed and the problem of too few ...
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Regional Airlines Provide The Critical Link

Connectivity. It is the watchword of the global economy and, indeed, modern life. The internet, smart phones, tablets, social media—technology ...
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Valuable: Air Service to Small Communities Generates Significant Economic Activity

The latest research on the economic impact of air service on small communities finds that having access to the national ...
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Mind The Gap: PSS Data Shows Disciplined and Structured Training is Critical to Pilot Performance

The 2018 Pilot Source Study (PSS), a follow-up to PSSs conducted in 2012 and 2015, affirmed the findings of the ...
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Randy Babbitt: Let’s Train Better and Safer

Former FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt discusses pilot training with RAA Communications Director Aaron Karp Randy Babbitt likes to tell stories ...
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Global Gathering: RAA President and CEO attended a meeting of global association airline heads

RAA President and CEO Faye Malarkey Black attended a meeting of global airline association heads at Eurocontrol’s headquarters in Brussels ...
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Another Shutdown Would Bring Unsustainable Consequences for Regional Airlines

February 13, 2019 Washington, D.C. – RAA has submitted written testimony for today's House Subcommittee on Aviation hearing, Putting U.S ...
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