Getting Ready For The Aircraft Decommissioning Decision

Getting Ready For The Aircraft Decommissioning Decision

In the last two years, only about 600 aircraft have been decommissioned annually, versus about 900 in 2012 and 2013. Boeing forecasts an average of about 930 retirements a year over the next 20 years. The industry has been in...
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Need-to-Know Info for Private Jet Owners Thinking of Refurbishing Interiors

Need-to-Know Info for Private Jet Owners Thinking of Refurbishing Interiors

When you have a business Jet that is flying well but is not as new as you would like it to be aircraft refurbishment is the solution for bringing it up-to-date. Refurbishing an aircraft does not address only the renewal...
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British Army assist police to find drone pilots in Gatwick disruption

British Army assist police to find drone pilots in Gatwick disruption

The British Army has been called in to help police track down drone operators that have paralyzed London Gatwick, Britain’s second busiest airport since the evening of Dec. 19. Their actions have forced hundreds of flight cancellations and diversions, strand...
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Eurocontrol, Brazil ATC begin long-haul flight data exchange

Eurocontrol, Brazil ATC begin long-haul flight data exchange

European air traffic management (ATM) organization Eurocontrol and Brazil’s department of airspace control DECEA have begun exchanging long-haul flight data in real time in a bid to increase airspace capacity. The Euro-Brazilian data sharing scheme took t...
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ATSB INVESTIGATING VIRGIN AUSTRALIA ATR 72 ENGINE FLAME-OUT INCIDENT

ATSB INVESTIGATING VIRGIN AUSTRALIA ATR 72 ENGINE FLAME-OUT INCIDENT

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) says it is investigating an incident involving a Virgin Australia ATR 72 where both engines on the regional turboprop airliner flamed out, one after the other, while flying in heavy rain. The incident near...
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Qatar Airways touches down in Da Nang, Vietnam

Qatar Airways touches down in Da Nang, Vietnam

The first Qatar Airways flight from Doha to Da Nang, Vietnam, touched down today at Da Nang International Airport, where it was welcomed with a celebratory water cannon salute. Qatar Airways will operate its Da Nang service four-times weekly with...
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Gatwick Suspends Flights After Drone Sightings

Gatwick Suspends Flights After Drone Sightings

Gatwick Airport’s runway remains closed and all flights are currently suspended following reports of drones making numerous flights over Gatwick’s airfield since 2100 on Wednesday evening. It is estimated that more than 100,000 of journeys have already bee...
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Emirates develops tool to cut aircraft turnaround delays

Emirates develops tool to cut aircraft turnaround delays

Emirates Airline is using a new application designed to reduce aircraft turnaround delays and improve on-time performance at Dubai International Airport (DXB). The Hub Monitor, developed in-house by the airline, has been used since August by the airline’s op...
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Two Air Traffic Controllers in Switzerland convicted

Two Air Traffic Controllers in Switzerland convicted

The International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers’ Associations, IFATCA, and the European Cockpit Association, ECA, are extremely disappointed to learn of the conviction of two Air Traffic Controllers in Switzerland.This reaction does nothing to im...
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Second ICAO NGAP Summit in Shenzhen spotlights future skilled workforce challenges for global aviation

Second ICAO NGAP Summit in Shenzhen spotlights future skilled workforce challenges for global aviation

ΙCAO Secretary General Dr. Fang Liu addresses a wide cross-section of professionals and leaders at ICAO’s Second Next General of Aviation Professionals (NGAP/2) Global Summit in Shenzhen. Over 1000 industry, government and academic participants from all reg...
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