Study finds good news on pilot melanoma risk

Study finds good news on pilot melanoma risk

A study published today by the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute in Queensland examined the deidentified records of more than 20,000 pilots. Of this group 114 had developed melanomas. Telling pilots and others involved in aviation about particular risks they...
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Predictive Maintenance

Predictive Maintenance

Innovative technologies are streaming from big data analytics and operational simulations, leading to maintenance breakthroughs. You can predict the impact of different maintenance strategies, policies, and schedules, and optimize the most effective course of ...
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Aviation innovation posing opportunities and challenges for operators and regulators

Aviation innovation posing opportunities and challenges for operators and regulators

Providing opening remarks at the 2019 China Civil Aviation Development Forum, ICAO Council President Dr. Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu highlighted that new regulatory policies and practices are needed in aviation so that the sector can proactively engage with inno...
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GAMA Sees Good Start for Airplanes in 2019

GAMA Sees Good Start for Airplanes in 2019

General aviation airplane deliveries got off to a good start in 2019, according to statistics compiled by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA). All sectors, including business jet, turboprop, and piston-powered airplanes, showed an increase in...
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Three Recommendations to Boost the Benefits of Aviation in France

Three Recommendations to Boost the Benefits of Aviation in France

France’s competitive position in Europe is notably weak in infrastructure costs, air traffic management efficiency, the quality of regulation, and the costs of social charges. There are huge opportunities for more jobs and greater economic growth if these we...
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Air France to Stem Losses with Job Cuts and Slashed Short-Haul Capacity

Air France to Stem Losses with Job Cuts and Slashed Short-Haul Capacity

Air France plans to cut as many as 465 jobs as it slashes short-haul capacity in a bid to stem losses amid competition from low-cost airlines and high-speed trains. Capacity cuts will amount to 15% of the short-haul network by...
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FAA Prepares to Brief Global Safety Regulators on Boeing 737 MAX

FAA Prepares to Brief Global Safety Regulators on Boeing 737 MAX

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration will convene a joint review of the 737 Max’s original certification with aviation authorities from eight countries, including Canada, China, Brazil plus the European Union. The so-called Joint Authorities Technical Re...
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A Telematics Solution for GSE Ease of Mind

A Telematics Solution for GSE Ease of Mind

At the size of a smartphone, Access Control Group’s Advanced gives real-time data on the inner and outer workings of Ground Support Equipment (GSE). Advanced has been a one-size-fits-all telematics solution, bringing safety features to and relaying critical ...
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MRO Market Momentum Builds

MRO Market Momentum Builds

As MROs prepare for steady growth over the next decade, most see the labor shortage as their greatest challenge. “We are confident that the global MRO market will continue to grow in line with growth in traffic”, HAECO Americas’ Collins...
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Real-time tracking trial begins over the North Atlantic

Real-time tracking trial begins over the North Atlantic

On 2 April a real-time tracking trial started over the North Atlantic using a space-based automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) system. The technology, from Aireon, will enable airlines and other aviation users to precisely track the location and ...
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