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- 105. High-flying women take to the skies with SriLankan Airlines
High-flying women take to the skies with SriLankan Airlines. While most women in Sri Lanka opt to find employment in their academic background, two women with high academic qualifications recently received their wings as junior first officers from the national carrier, SriLankan Airlines, making them the second and third female pilots ever in the history of Sri Lanka.
- 106. Yak-130 Performing Solo Aerobatics Flying Display at Singapore Airshow 2014
This Russian Yak-130 is performing a solo aerobatics flying display at the Singapore Airshow 2014 taking place this week. The extremely agile Yak-130 two-seater is designed for basic and advanced training of fighter pilots to fly and employ top-of-the-line fighter jets.
- 107. PSA Airlines Makes Significant Changes to Pilot Pay Program
PSA Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines, has made significant changes to its pilot pay program, including improved wages for new-hire pilots, an increased sign-on bonus for new recruits and retention bonuses for First Officers and Captains to create a top-tier compensation structure.
- 108. Thailand's Nok Air Takes Delivery of Boeing 737-800; BFS to Provide Training
Thailand's troubled Nok Air has taken delivery of a new Boeing 737-800, the third direct-purchase 737-800 to be delivered to the Bangkok-based airline. Boeing Flight Services pilots flew Nok Air's newest 737 to Bangkok and kicked off a flight training program with the airline to help strengthen the capabilities of Nok Air's flight crew. Patee Sarasin, CEO of Nok Air, said,
- 109. Airbus to Establish Pilot and Maintenance Training Centre in Delhi, India
Airbus is establishing a pilot and maintenance training centre in the National Capital Region of Delhi. According to Airbus’ latest global market forecast, India will require over 1,600 passenger and freighter aircraft in the next 20 years to 2034, with an accompanying demand for new pilots and maintenance engineers.
- 110. American Airlines Launches Cadet Pilot Academy
American Airlines has unveiled a program designed to help future aviators receive the training, financing and mentoring opportunities they need to fly for the world’s largest airline. The American Airlines Cadet Academy will provide an opportunity for future pilots to become first officers at one of American’s three wholly owned regional carriers and eventually fly larger aircraft
- 111. Etihad Airways Breaks Ground on Flight Training Centre Extension
Etihad Airways Chief Operations Officer, Captain Richard Hill, has turned the first sod to mark the construction of a US$15.3 million extension to the airline’s Flight Training Centre at its Abu Dhabi headquarters. The new 5,300 square metre facility will house six flight simulator training bays, classrooms for pilot and cabin crew training, pilots’ briefing and debriefing rooms, a
- 112. Asia Pacific Region Sees Greatest Demand for Commercial Airline Personnel
According to Boeing, the Asia Pacific region continues to drive global demand for commercial pilots, technicians and cabin crew. The region accounts for more than one-third of anticipated global demand, or 816,000 total new commercial aviation personnel over the next 20 years.
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