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- 57. IATA Reports 2009 Aviation Safety Performance
IATA Reports 2009 Aviation Safety Performance. IATA has reported its aviation safety performance data for 2009 showing that the year’s accident rate for Western-built jet aircraft as the second lowest in aviation history. The 2009 global accident rate (measured in hull losses per million flights of Western-built jet aircraft) was 0.71. That is equal to one accident for every 1.4 mi
- 58. Helsinki to Host CAPA World Aviation Summit in October
Aviation CEOs from around the world will gather in Finland in October at the CAPA World Aviation Summit. Finavia is the host and CAPA's official global destination partner for 2015. The CAPA World Aviation Summit 2015, to be held on 7-8 October, will be the first CAPA conference organised in Finland. The summit will review the strategic, commercial, growth, regulatory and earnings
- 59. Inmarsat’s GX Aviation Enters Service
Inmarsat’s next generation in-flight broadband service, GX for Aviation, has gone live under a ‘soft launch’ phase with Lufthansa. GX for Aviation allows airline passengers to browse the internet, stream videos, check social media and more during flights. Lufthansa will commence commercial passenger services with GX for Aviation next month. Other customers of the solution include S
- 60. Cláudia Sofia Simões Joins Sapphire Innovation as Head of Global Aviation Engagements
Cláudia Sofia Simões has joined Sapphire Innovation as Head of Global Aviation Engagements. Miss Simões joins Sapphire Innovation from Swiss Aviation Software, a subsidiary of Swiss International Air Lines, and part of the Lufthansa Group, one of the world’s largest airline groups, where she was a Senior Business Consultant for Finance. Prior to joining Swiss Aviation Software, Mis
- 61. Asia Pacific Aviation Outlook 2004 'A year of massive opportunity for aviation and tourism'
Asia Pacific Aviation Outlook 2004 'A year of massive opportunity for aviation and tourism'
- 62. Aviation to Need More Than 1 million New Pilots / Technicians Over Next 20 years
Boeing has called upon the aviation industry to invest, evolve and adapt to support the expected exponential growth in demand for qualified aviation personnel as the company released its 2011 Pilot and Technician Outlook at the Paris Air Show. The Boeing outlook indicates that by 2030 the aviation industry will require:
- 63. Tyler calls for Enhanced Security for Global Aviation Industry
Tyler calls for Enhanced Security for Global Aviation Industry. Cathay Pacific Chief Executive Tony Tyler has called on the aviation industry to work towards a more efficient and harmonised process of aviation security that can make life easier for the millions of passengers who keep the industry alive.
- 64. Tiger Aviation to establish New Low Cost Airline in Korea
Tiger Aviation to establish New Low Cost Airline in Korea. Tiger Aviation and Incheon Metropolitan City will now commence work on the required approvals from the central government necessary to secure the appropriate traffic rights. Incheon City and Tiger Aviation will establish a joint venture company to form the new airline.
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