- The city of Dallas asked U.S. District Judge Ed Kinkeade on Thursday to make the U.S. Department of Transportation and Federal Aviation Administration respond to requests for information in the Dallas Love Field gate dispute.
- The regional airlines that provide half the country's flights want Congress to reduce a requirement that all commercial pilots have 1,500 hours of flight time when Federal Aviation Administration legislation is renewed later this year, but families of air crash victims plan to fight back.
- A Delta Air Lines flight landed Thursday at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport after reporting a pressurization issue, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.
- Today, commercial shipbuilding by Bath Iron Works and other once-proud shipyards across the U.S. have been gutted thanks to massive and unrelenting foreign subsidies. U.S. airlines are also facing a subsidy threat, but not if the Obama administration takes immediate action
We are in the midst of contract negotiations with First Student. Next negotiating session to be held august 26th at the Ramada Hotel in Holtsville. Show support, encourage all of your fellow 252 First Student members to attend the negotiations!
This year's First Annual Picnic was held on May 16th at Belmont Lake State Park and was a huge success! Thank you to all who came out to enjoy the BBQ, Softball and good times with your fellow Brothers and Sisters. We hope next year we will have an even greater turnout. Check out some of the photos below.
These picks are for vans only on the 27th and 28th, thank you.