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97. Malindo Air Transforming Cockpit with SITAOnAir’s EFB Solution
Malindo Air has become the latest airline taking strides to digitally transform its cockpit with SITAOnAir. Pilots across Malindo Air’s full fleet of 737s will be equipped with SITAOnAir’s complete Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) solution by the end of 2017, replacing their existing paper-based processes. The addition of the EFB solution will compliment the AIRCOM FlightPlanner and Dat
98. Honeywell Offering Software Upgrades for Integrated Cockpit System - Primus Epic
Honeywell Aerospace is offering new software upgrades for Primus Epic, the company’s integrated cockpit system that is flying on many of the world’s most advanced aircraft. The new capabilities will help pilots better avoid collision and extreme weather, and allow them to make faster decisions for safer and more efficient flights.
99. Etihad Celebrates Largest-Ever Group of Emirati Graduates
Etihad Celebrates Largest-Ever Group of Emirati Graduates. Etihad’s largest ever group or Emirati graduates celebrated with their families and friends at a special ceremony at the Al Raha Beach Hotel in Abu Dhabi on Sunday. More than 450 people gathered to congratulate the group of 63 UAE National graduates - cadet pilots, graduate managers and engineering graduates - as the airlin
100. Air Canada Welcomes Pilot Agreement
Air Canada has welcomed Friday's confirmation by the Air Canada Pilots Association that its members have ratified a landmark agreement on collective agreement terms for ten years. In addition to labour stability and long term cost certainty, the agreement also provides for increased flexibility with respect to regional airline capacity purchase agreements to help ensure cost compet
101. Volaris Deploys iPads as Electronic Flight Bags
Mexico’s low cost airline, Volaris, is deploying iPads as Electronic Flight Bags (EFBs), using SITA’s Managed Mobile Devices service. The iPads are replacing paper manuals and charts, reducing the volume of paper required on-board. The technology delivers information to pilots much more efficiently and the weight savings have the added advantage of reducing fuel burn.
102. SITAOnAir Acquires GTD Air Services
SITAOnAir has acquired GTD Air Services, the aviation branch of Spanish software provider GTD System & Software Engineering. Having successfully partnered with GTD Air Services to develop the eWAS portfolio, an electronic weather situational awareness mobile application currently in use by 50,000 pilots worldwide, GTD Air Services will help SITAOnAir develop the next phase of its a
103. Airline Academy of Australia Partners SimJET Training Systems
Airline Academy of Australia Partners SimJET Training Systems. Airline Academy of Australia, one of the largest flight training centres in the Asia Pacific region, has partnered Australian flight simulator manufacturer SimJET Training Systems, in a deal to significantly enhance AAA’s capabilities to train pilots up to airline standard. The agreement with Brisbane-based SimJET will
104. Jeppesen Tailored Charts for Avionics Enhances Flight Deck Operations
Boeing is offering customers a new navigation service to enhance flight deck operations for pilots. The Jeppesen Tailored Charts for Avionics is being introduced initially with Honeywell Primus Epic INAV avionics systems for tailored chart customers operating Embraer E2 commercial aircraft.

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