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- 89. Qantas names First A380 after Aviation Pioneer Nancy-Bird Walton
Qantas names First A380 after Aviation Pioneer Nancy-Bird Walton. Nancy-Bird was a pioneer of women pilots in Australia - the first woman to command a commercial aircraft and the founder of the Australian Women's Pilots Association. She began learning to fly in 1933, when she was just 17 years old, and was taught by one of the world's greatest aviators, Sir Charles Kingsford Smith.
- 90. Emirates Airline to Test Airbus A380 on 17, 18 August 2007
Emirates Airline to Test Airbus A380 on 17, 18 August 2007. The Airbus A380 aircraft, MSN007, will undergo airport compatibility checks, on-ground and in-flight service checks, and ground handling and maintenance procedure tests during its seven-day Dubai stay. Flown by Airbus test pilots, and experienced and trained Emirates pilots, two flights each will take to the Dubai skies o
- 91. 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:
- 92. Pilot Demand in Asia Pacific Comprises 41% of World's Need
Boeing is forecasting continued strong growth in demand for commercial aviation pilots and maintenance technicians as the global fleet expands over the next 20 years. Boeing's 2014 Pilot and Technician Outlook, released at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, projects that between 2014 and 2033, the world's aviation system will require:
- 93. British Airways Launches Pilot Recruitment Drive
British Airways has launched its biggest pilot recruitment drive in more than 10 years. The airline plans to take on more than 800 new pilots by 2016, using three combined recruitment programmes:
- 94. First ANA Crews Complete Boeing 787 Pilot Training
Boeing and All Nippon Airways have completed pilot training in Seattle, Wash., for the first airline crews who will fly the 787 Dreamliner. Ten ANA pilots concluded their training after each pilot performed flights in ZA001 – the first 787 flight test airplane – over Washington state.
- 95. Qantas Unveils New Pilot Uniforms
Qantas has unveiled the latest pilot uniform for its almost 3,000 domestic, international and regional pilots. Created by Australian fashion designer Martin Grant, the navy suit is modern and sleek, with nostalgic design features linking back to the first Qantas pilot uniforms from the 1930s.
- 96. Elbit Systems to Showcase Airpower Capabilities at AFA Conference in U.S.
Elbit Systems will showcase an array of technologies that support the U.S. Air Force. Some of the products on display include solutions from the RCEVS joint venture, the F-35 helmet, the Digital Eye Piece (DEP) enabling Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS) night vision cueing and display capability, as well as an IR-based Missile Warning System that helps pilots identify, avo
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