Hazards of the cabin

Hazards of the cabin

Cabin is where most injuries in commercial air transport happen, so cabin safety needs to be taken seriously, contributor Sue Rice writes. Geophysical Research Letters is not the sort of publication that normally contains nuggets of intense interest for cabin...
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Aircraft Maintenance Vehicle

Aircraft Maintenance Vehicle

Wilcox Aircraft Maintenance Vehicles are designed and built with safety in mind. Each and every vehicle is engineer certified and is welded by CWB (Canadian Welding Bureau) certified welders. Wilcox Aircraft Maintenance vehicles are available with LED lighting...
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Lufthansa May Shun Airbus for Boeing With Its Next Long-Range Jet Order

Lufthansa May Shun Airbus for Boeing With Its Next Long-Range Jet Order

Deutsche Lufthansa AG is giving Boeing Co. a shot at scooping its next wide-body order with 787 Dreamliners, presenting a challenge to Airbus SE’s effort to sell the German carrier more A350 jets, according to people familiar with the plans....
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Building a Culture of Security within the Aviation Industry

Building a Culture of Security within the Aviation Industry

The insider threat can cause organizations and cybersecurity practitioners the most headaches because it often comes down to a human error that opens the doors to new vulnerabilities. Yet, airport management and aviation organizations can proactively mitigate ...
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Is the Aviation Industry Prepared to Manage the Insider Threat?

Is the Aviation Industry Prepared to Manage the Insider Threat?

While cybersecurity threats can come from a variety of sources, it can be the insider threat that causes organizations and cybersecurity practitioners the most headaches. The accounting staff have access to the accounts payable system. The public safety staff ...
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Online focus on wet season safety

Online focus on wet season safety

Aviation in northern Australia is a tale of two seasons; the dry season, in which conditions are relatively straightforward, and the wet season, which adds a distinct set of operational challenges. A seminar on wet season aviation decision making in...
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Volocopter to test eVTOL air taxi in Singapore in 2019

Volocopter to test eVTOL air taxi in Singapore in 2019

Autonomous air taxi developer Volocopter will conduct its next set of urban flight tests in Singapore, in the second half of 2019. The flights will follow on from unmanned flights of the two-seat Volocopter 2X in Dubai in September 2017....
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Malaysia Airlines moves closer to widebody order

Malaysia Airlines moves closer to widebody order

Malaysia Airlines Bhd. (MAB) is preparing to present its aircraft acquisition plan to its board, which could lead to a major widebody order being placed in 2019, airline CEO Izham Ismail said. MAB is believed to be considering a range...
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JetBlue Keeps Hinting It Will Bring Its Mint Business Class to Europe

JetBlue Keeps Hinting It Will Bring Its Mint Business Class to Europe

JetBlue Airways Corp. is ready to brag about its premium offerings on potential trans-Atlantic routes, even if it hasn’t yet decided whether to start flying to Europe. If it jumps into one of the world’s busiest markets for business travel,...
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Final Flight Test of GE9X Features S. S. White Technologies Flexible Rotary Shafts on Honeywell Aerospace’s Engine Air Turbine Starter

Final Flight Test of GE9X Features S. S. White Technologies Flexible Rotary Shafts on Honeywell Aerospace’s Engine Air Turbine Starter

 St. Petersburg, FL — S. S. White Technologies, the leading supplier of flexible rotary shafts for the aerospace industry, is supplying flexible rotary shafts specifically designed to transmit rotary torque for the manual override on the Honeywell Aeros...
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