ALL 233 ON BOARD SURVIVE URAL AIRLINES EMERGENCY LANDING AFTER BIRD STRIKE

ALL 233 ON BOARD SURVIVE URAL AIRLINES EMERGENCY LANDING AFTER BIRD STRIKE

The aircraft sustained substantial damage”. All 155 passengers and crew were rescued. “Russia’s Ministry of Transport reported the aircraft suffered a bird strike into both engines while flying through a flock of sea gulls and landed in a field more...
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A framework for risk management decisions in aviation safety at state level

A framework for risk management decisions in aviation safety at state level

We provide here a framework for risk management decisions in aviation safety at state level. We have proposed a methodology for risk management in AS based on sound principles of risk and decision analysis. We also support risk monitoring, reporting and sc...
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Airport Security Market Expected to Witness the Highest Growth 2023

Airport Security Market Expected to Witness the Highest Growth 2023

This report studies the Global Airport Security Market over the forecast period of 2019 to 2023. The Global Airport Security Market is expected to grow at an iThis report provides in depth study of “Airport Security Market” using SWOT analysis...
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Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 Repairs Facing Hurdles, CEO Says

Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 Repairs Facing Hurdles, CEO Says

Rolls-Royce CEO Warren East suggested the company could miss its year-end target of reducing to single digits the number of Boeing 787s grounded with Trent 1000 engine issues. Speaking to investors Aug. 6 as the company revealed its half-year results,...
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Determining important attributes for assessing the attractiveness of airlines

Determining important attributes for assessing the attractiveness of airlines

The attractiveness of airlines is a topic of great interest to researchers and professionals wishing to understand the ability of airlines to attract and satisfy air passengers. This study aims to develop a model to measure the importance of airline...
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Norwegian Air Becomes First Low-Cost Long-Haul Carrier in the U.S. to Offer Biometric Boarding

Norwegian Air Becomes First Low-Cost Long-Haul Carrier in the U.S. to Offer Biometric Boarding

Norwegian Air, the World’s Best Low-Cost Long-Haul Airline, has become the first low-cost, long-haul carrier to introduce fast and secure next generation facial boarding technology at Los Angeles Airport (LAX), partnering with Vision-Box to offer a world-cla...
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Stronger Regulation of Powerful Airports Needed to Protect Consumers

Stronger Regulation of Powerful Airports Needed to Protect Consumers

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed the European evaluation of the Airport Charges Directive (ACD) which highlights the need to further strengthen the Directive to protect consumers. The Commission’s evaluation confirms that further p...
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A Digital Linkup To Ensure Compliance And Safety

A Digital Linkup To Ensure Compliance And Safety

Aeroco uses ELMS, a digital competence management system, to manage its mechanics’ competence, training and experience records. Like other MROs, Aeroco is obliged to give customers personnel competence data to satisfy compliance obligations. Once Aeroco’s ...
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Group captain

Group captain

Richard de Crespigny never achieved his youthful ambition to be a fighter pilot. De Crespigny was pilot-in-command of what became a five-person crew by result of circumstance. When the captain makes a decision people should not be surprised by what...
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FAA Proposes Changes in Fire Protection Standards for Aircraft Interiors

FAA Proposes Changes in Fire Protection Standards for Aircraft Interiors

The notice said that the proposed amendment would divide the standards into two categories, one involving in-flight fires and the other, post-crash fires. The change would “eliminate unnecessary testing, increase standardization and improve safety”, the FA...
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