Aviation Policy News: Airlines and FAA ignored rules after near misses on runways, junk fees in Congress, and more

In Politics by Michael Rae

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In this issue:

The coming eVTOL shakeout

Airlines and FAA ignored rules after runway incursions

Unintended consequences of banning fees for family seating

Airline ancillary fees make sense for airlines and passengers

Superior landing system in operation in Germany

Alaska and United diverge on electrification

News Notes

Quotable Quotes

The Coming eVTOL Shakeout

This year may see the first stages of winnowing out electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) startup companies. Thoughtful aviation and financial experts are taking a harder look at the large array of would-be advanced aerial mobility (AAM) developers and operators.

For example, the outgoing chief executive officer of

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