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The largest airport in the world will have state-of-the-art air conditioning

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The Beijing International Airport will occupy a total area of 313,000 square meters. The airport will have seven runways, built to meet an annual demand of 100 million passengers. The total investment for construction of the enterprise is 79.98 billion yuan, about 12.4 billion dollars... (cmsherbert.wixsite.com) Mais...

Qatar Airways prepares to reveal 'substantial' loss

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26 APRIL, 2018 SOURCE: FLIGHT DASHBOARD BY: TOLGA OZBEK Qatar Airways chief executive Akbar Al Baker has disclosed that the airline made a "substantial" full-year loss, the extent of which will be revealed in about a month's time. Speaking during the Eurasia air show in Antalya, Al Baker said other parts of the Qatar Airways group business were profitable but not to the degree that they could make up for the airline's deficit. He says the results for the financial year, ending 31… (www.flightglobal.com) Mais...

Is Allegiant a Safe Airline? Using Data to Review 60 Minutes’ Conclusions

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Based on the information provided by the FAA, it is very easy to analyze the data collected by 60 Minutes to determine if there is some context lost. The investigation utilized the Scheduled Difficulty Reports (SDRs) filed by Allegiant and seven other airlines, according to their reporting. All SDRs are available to the public for all U.S. airlines, as well as general aviation aircraft, which allows us to look at all incidents, their severity, and exactly where Allegiant falls in the mix. This… (visualapproach.io) Mais...

Husband of Southwest Airlines victim speaks out about tragic incident

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The heartbroken husband of the woman partially sucked out of a Southwest Airlines flight exchanged one last “love you” with her before she died — and recalled the moment he had to tell their children, “Mommy’s not going to come home.” Michael Riordan broke his silence a week after Jennifer, the mother of his two children, died April 17 after an engine suddenly exploded at 32,000 feet, blasting a shower of debris through the cabin. (www.foxnews.com) Mais...

(PDF) Use of a Complex Airplane During a Commercial Pilot or Flight Instructor Practical Test

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The FAA issued Notice 8900.463, Use of a Complex Airplane During a Commercial Pilot or Flight Instructor Practical Test, effective Apr. 24, 2018. This notice outlines an FAA policy no longer requiring an applicant for a commercial pilot certificate (ASE) or flight instructor certificate (ASE) to provide a complex airplane for the practical test. The commercial Airman Certification Standards and instructor Practical Test Standards will be amended to reflect this policy. (www.faa.gov) Mais...

Airbus is reportedly going to rename its newly acquired Bombardier C Series jet

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In October, Airbus announced the acquisition of Bombardier's next-generation C Series airliner. Now, it looks like Airbus is thinking about renaming its new jet. (www.businessinsider.com) Mais...

Profession : agent de bord.

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Le métier d'agent de bord fait rêver bien des gens. Mais la profession est-elle aussi glamour qu'avant? Même si le visage de l'aviation a bien changé avec les années, les agents de bord prennent toujours autant plaisir à parcourir le globe, si l'on en croit les témoignages que nous avons recueillis. Toutefois, pour profiter de tous les avantages, il faut travailler dur... (www.lapresse.ca) Mais...

'I will destroy this plane': Court told of the terror on Flight MH128

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At first, passengers thought the man in seat 39H was a fearful flyer. He was fidgety and agitated, which is not unusual on an aircraft. But as Malaysia Airlines flight MH128 ascended from Melbourne Airport at 11.26pm on May 31 last year, Manodh Marks got up too, took something from the overhead compartment and said the words no flyer ever wants to hear. "I have a bomb, I am taking it to the pilot," he said as he walked up the aisle towards the front of the plane (www.msn.com) Mais...

Family says Delta employees tied woman with MS to wheelchair

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Family of a woman with multiple sclerosis are speaking out after they say Delta employees bound her to a wheelchair with a blanket hard enough that it left bruises. Maria Saliagas needs special straps to help her sit up straight during flights, so her son, Nathan Saliagas, got in touch with the airline to make arrangements before Saliagas’ annual trip from Atlanta to Europe, according to WSB-TV. (fox2now.com) Mais...

Narita's low-cost carrier terminal to be expanded

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A terminal for low-cost carriers at Narita International Airport, outside Tokyo, will be expanded in 4 years to ease congestion there. Terminal 3, the terminal for low-cost carriers, or LCCs, opened in 2015. (www3.nhk.or.jp) Mais...

American Airlines flight makes emergency landing at Raleigh–Durham International Airport

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An American Airlines flight made an emergency landing at Raleigh–Durham International Airport on Thursday morning, according to WTVD. (myfox8.com) Mais...

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