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- 65. Swedish Pilot Strike Continues with Cancelled SAS Flights on Monday
Monday's flights operated by SAS with Swedish pilots have been cancelled due to a pilot strike. The Swedish pilot union has turned down a second bid by the mediator, which SAS accepted. Flights, operated with Danish and Norwegian pilots, as well as with SAS partner airlines, are scheduled to operate as normal. Monday's flight cancellations will affect 230 flights and 27,000 passeng
- 66. Rolls-Royce Launches New App for Airline Pilots
Rolls-Royce has launched a range of new apps to give airline pilots a better insight into their engines. The first apps available cover the Trent XWB, which powers the Airbus A350XWB and the Trent 1000 which powers the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Both aircraft manufacturers have supported the app development programme. Further apps for the Trent 900, Trent 700 and Trent 7000 will follow
- 67. Boeing Receives FAA Provisional Approval for 787 Dreamliner Pilot Training Courses
Boeing Receives FAA Provisional Approval for 787 Dreamliner Pilot Training Courses. With the 787 pilot training courses, pilots can transition to the new airplane in five to twenty days, depending on pilot experience. Boeing 777 pilots can qualify to fly the 787 in as little as five days, given the high level of commonality between the two airplane types.
- 68. Boeing Chief Pilot Calls for Improved Training for Airline Pilots
Boeing has called on the aviation industry to transform aviation training for the next generation of commercial airline pilots and maintenance technicians. At the World Aviation Training Symposium in Orlando, Fla., Mike Carriker, Boeing Test & Evaluation chief pilot for New Airplane Development, focused on training future aviation personnel to their fullest potential to maximize th
- 69. Philippine Airlines files suit against its former pilots union
Philippine Airlines files suit against its former pilots union.
- 70. New Training Requirements for Airline Pilots
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and IATA have published new training requirements for airline pilots to prevent loss of control situations. The upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT) requirements aim to improve safety standards by mitigating loss of control in-flight (LOC-I) accidents. The requirements are based on International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
- 71. Finnair Launches Largest Recruitment Drive in Companyís History
Finnair has launched the biggest recruitment drive in the companyís history. In addition to the approximately 70 pilots and 130 cabin attendants recruited this year, the company is seeking to recruit 100 new pilots and 300 new cabin crew members. Some 50 people are also being hired to perform customer service tasks and other functions during the spring.
- 72. NATS Launches Portal for Drone Pilots in UK
NATS has launched a drone portal for commercial and recreational drone pilots, that offers useful tools, advice and resources for those flying drones in UK airspace. The portal can help users plan their flights, with access to the maps and information used in the app, Drone Assist, which is powered by Altitude Angel.
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