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Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) are essential to safe aviation operations, enabling today’s aircraft to rely on accurate and reliable position, speed or time at any point and without interruption. GNSS is used by aviation communications, navigation and surveillance (CNS) systems and air traffic management. However, a recent spike in interference - or jamming - is clearly reducing the efficiency of the overall aviation system, placing a higher workload on pilots and air traffic controllers. It also poses a serious potential risk to safety if no further mitigating actions are taken.
Take the bus to the plane. Makes plenty of sense, right? Especially in smaller markets relatively close to a major hub airport where the terrain makes for very limited flying options. United Airlines is adding a couple "routes" from Denver where the new service will connect to the mountains.
Aer Lingus has a new CEO as of April. Lynne Embleton will take on the role, hoping to shepherd the carrier through the post-COVID recovery and realignment across the Atlantic with its IAG partners and America Airlines. She also joins an unfortunately small group of female airline CEOs.
In the COVID era many companies are more than happy to provide some sort of safety rating, hoping to boost the travel industry's recovery. Alas, despite their ostensibly noble goals, the end results appear to generally be garbage not worth trusting at all.
But that doesn't stop the marketing hype.