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Flybe’s growth plans under ‘strain’ due to pilot shortage
Regional airline Flybe’s most recent financial statement has reported that the airline's expansion plans are being held back by a shortage of traine...
Emirates reportedly to hire laid-off Malaysian pilots
Following Malaysian Airlines' restructuring, Emirates has reportedly signalled its interest in hiring laid-off Malaysian pilots.
All female crew takes to the skies of Papua New Guinea
Link PNG, a subsidiary company of Air Niugini, made history on 29 May 2015, announcing a flight with an all-female flight crew. The flight was the fir...
WizzAir signals growth with order for 110 new aircraft
Wizz Air, a low cost carrier serving Eastern and Central Europe, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the purchase of 110 Airbus A321n...
Cardiff Aviation launches new ‘airline in a box’
Cardiff Aviation, fronted by Chairman Bruce Dickinson, has announced it is launching a new, EASA-compliant airline. The move is the latest stage in ...
VIDEO: Time Based Separation explained
Time Based Separation (TBS) will come into operation at Heathrow Airport from the end of March 2015. The system being installed for Heathrow has been ...
Susi Air Indonesia recruiting Non Type Rated First Officers
Indonesian carrier Susi Air is currently accepting applications from C208 Non Type Rated First Officers. Minimum requirements: Minimum 250 hours At le...
Jet Airways’ pilot advert sparks speculation
Jet Airways is reportedly seeking pilots with experience in flying Bombardier Q400, a type of turboprop aircraft it currently does not own but which f...
AirAsia X places firm order for 55 A330neo aircraft
AirAsia X, the long haul affiliate of Asia’s largest low cost airline, has placed a firm order with Airbus for 55 A330neo aircraft. This is the larg...
Profile: Captain Salma Al Beloushi, First Emirati woman pilot
Captain Salma Al Beloushi is the First Emirati woman pilot, and one of many women forming the face of the modern UAE. It was a proud moment for all E...
NATS handles traffic increase as Autumn begins
NATS handled 197,313 flights during October, a rise of 1.5% compared to the same period last year. NATS-attributable delays totalled 4,196 minutes las...
Government rejects offshore safety recommendation
The Government has rejected a recommendation by the House of Commons Transport Select Committee to hold a public inquiry into offshore helicopter safe...
Video: The most epic airline safety video ever made?
Dwarves, Orcs and Elves take flight once again as Air New Zealand unveils The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Madeahead of the December release of the fi...
Blackpool International Airport closes
Blackpool International Airport has announced its closure. A statement on the airport’s website reads, ‘We regret to announce that no agre...
Behind the scenes with NATS in new ITV documentary
If you’ve ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes in ground control at an international airport, NATS air traffic controllers and engineers...
Monarch pilots call for Government support to save jobs
Following the announcement of a preferred bidder to take ownership of Monarch, the association representing the airline’s pilots is urging the Gover...