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137. Hong Kong youngsters Graduate Cathay Pacific’s ‘I Can Fly’ programme
1,000 Hong Kong youngsters Graduate Cathay Pacific’s ‘I Can Fly’ programme. A major highlight of the event was the naming of the 100 top performing members, who will enjoy unique reward trips to either Flight Training Adelaide in Australia, where Cathay Pacific’s cadet pilots go through training, or the aviation facilities in Tokyo, Japan.
138. Island Air Appoints Capt. Steven Longdon as Director of Flight Operations
Island Air has promoted Capt. Steven Longdon to director of flight operations. Longdon, who has 18 years of experience in the aviation industry, joined Island Air in November 2016 as a captain. He was among the airline’s pilots who trained on and operated Island Air’s new fleet of DHC 8 Q400 aircraft.
139. Cathay Pacific Clarifies 18 September Incident
At the closest, they were one nautical mile (2,000 meters) apart when abeam from each other with increasing vertical separation. Both aircraft’s TCAS equipment generated appropriate alerts and the pilots took immediate action to maintain adequate separation.
140. Digital Eye Piece Night Display from Elbit Systems Tested on Demo Flights
The add-on solution transforms existing HMDs and Night Vision Goggles (NVGs) into highly advanced, cutting-edge night vision smart helmets, providing pilots with daytime cueing and display capabilities in their night operations. Its seamless integration requires no changes to aircraft installation or software.
141. Brisbane-Based Airline Academy Takes Delivery of New Simulators
The Airline Academy of Australia, based at Brisbane’s Archerfield Airport, has taken delivery of two next-generation flight training simulators, to increase its capacity to train future airline pilots on multiple aircraft types. The US-made Redbird FMX Simulators have just been installed at AAA’s training facility and are the first Redbird devices to be CASA certified in Australia.
142. No Disruption of Service @ Air Canada
As a result of this CIRB referral, the IAMAW cannot commence a strike and Air Canada cannot lock out its pilots at least until this matter has been determined by the Board. The strike deadline by the IAMAW and Air Canada's lockout notice to ACPA, both originally scheduled for 00:01 am ET on Monday, 12 March 2012, have therefore no effect.
143. U.S. Air Force Completes Developmental Flight Test of Talon HATE Airborne Networking System
The U.S. Air Force has demonstrated that multiple aircraft and ground stations can efficiently and securely communicate using the Boeing-developed Talon HATE airborne networking system. During flight testing at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., Talon HATE pods on two F-15C aircraft enabled test pilots to share information through the military’s Link 16, Common Data Link and Wideband Glo
144. Lockheed Martin Unveils Advanced Pilot Training Solution
Lockheed Martin has confirmed that it will offer the T-50A in the U.S. Air Force’s Advanced Pilot Training (APT) competition. The T-50A was developed jointly by Lockheed Martin and Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) to replace the T-38 and train pilots to fly 5th Generation aircraft.

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