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AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

Air France CEO Steps Down after New Strike Hits the AirlineWizz Air’s Expansion in Europe Reaches a New Record

Wizz Air’s Expansion in Europe Reaches a New Record

Wizz Air, one of Europe’s fastest growing airlines and the leading low-cost carrier in Central and Eastern Europe, reveals the latest traffic statistics and reports a new passenger record in the company’s history.

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Austrian Airlines Offers Cockpit Jobs to More Than 100 Future Pilots

Austrian Airlines Offers Cockpit Jobs to More Than 100 Future Pilots

The airline still has room for 34 people for the courses in August and November, and room for 96 future pilots for the training beginning in 2019.

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Charter Operator Announces $80,000 Flight Crew Retention Package

Charter Operator Announces $80,000 Flight Crew Retention Package

GrandView Aviation announced a five-year retention package of up to $80,000 to attract highly qualified flight crews to fly their expanding fleet of Phenom 300 jets.

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Air France CEO Steps Down after New Strike Hits the Airline

Air France CEO Steps Down after New Strike Hits the Airline

Air France KLM shares slumped on Monday after the company’s CEO said he would resign following the rejection of a pay deal by the airline’s staff.

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African Airlines Continue See Very Strong Demand

African Airlines Continue See Very Strong Demand

IATA announced global passenger traffic results for March 2018 showing that demand rose 9.5%, compared to the same month a year ago, the fastest pace in 12 months.

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REGULATIONS & SAFETY

Political Instability a Threat to Gulf Airline Industry

Political Instability a Threat to Gulf Airline Industry

The International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) top official believes that political instability in the Middle East is posing a threat to the region’s airline industry growth. 

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AVIATION TRAINING

Qantas Fires the Starting Gun on Its New Pilot Academy Location

Qantas Fires the Starting Gun on Its New Pilot Academy Location

The Qantas Group has announced the next step in the process to select the location for its new Pilot Academy, due to open its doors in regional Australia in 2019.

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GENERAL AVIATION

How Business Aviation Thrives Thanks to Commercial Flight’s Inefficiency?

How Business Aviation Thrives Thanks to Commercial Flight’s Inefficiency?

Time is the main variable that goes in favor of private aviation when compared to commercial flight. There are no surprises in the process and the time to destination can be calculated impeccably. 

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ACCIDENTS & INCIDENTS

Fatal Military Aviation Crashes Reach A 6-Year High

Fatal Military Aviation Crashes Reach A 6-Year High

The number of military aviation accidents and the number of crews killed has reached a high in years, Military Times reported the results of it investigation.

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Lufthansa Airbus A321 Engine Shuts Down in Flight near Berlin

Lufthansa Airbus A321 Engine Shuts Down in Flight near Berlin

Lufthansa Airbus A321 was enroute south of Berlin when the crew needed to shut the right hand engine down and diverted the aircraft.

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KLM Boeing 777 Makes Stopover Due to Mobile Phone’s Thermal Runaway

KLM B777 Makes Stopover Due to Mobile Phone’s Thermal Runaway

Crew decided to divert KLM Boeing 777-200 to Phuket due to a passenger’s mobile phone emitting a lot of smoke. 

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MANUFACTURERS & MRO

EmbraerX Unveils First eVTOL Concept

EmbraerX Unveils First eVTOL Concept

EmbraerX, an Embraer organization dedicated to developing disruptive businesses, unveiled its first electrical Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) aircraft concept. 

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German Startup Combats Jet Lag Through Science

German Startup Combats Jet Lag Through Science

A new German startup from the Airbus BizLab accelerator program is looking to defeat jet lag through a scientific algorithm focused on aircraft cabin lighting.

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HAECO ITM Will Support Philippine Airlines On Engine Parts

HAECO ITM Will Support Philippine Airlines On Engine Parts

Philippine Airlines will use HAECO ITM to provide component support for the V2500 engine variant powering its fleet of 24 Airbus A321 aircraft.

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