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113. Malaysia Airlines Launches Upskilling and Reskilling Programme for Employees
Malaysia Airlines has launched MH EDGILE, an upskilling and reskilling programme for employees. The programme is open to more than 2,000 employees - mainly pilots, cabin crew and other front-line staff - who are affected by the current reduced network and operational capacity.
114. Embraer to Open Training Center in Johannesburg
Embraer has unveiled plans to open a training center at O.R. Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg. The Embraer Training Centre will open in the first half of 2018 and will provide training for qualified pilots, maintenance technicians, and cabin crew.
115. Etihad Airways First Flying Butlers Complete Training in London
An elite group of Etihad Airways cabin crew are set to become the airlines first flying butlers, having completed a specially tailored three week training course in London. The handpicked team of 13 men and women all based in the airlines home of Abu Dhabi honed their hospitality skills during training at the world-renowned Savoy Hotel. A series of master classes given by the
116. PAL Passenger on Route to San Francisco Gives Birth Inflight
A Philippine Airlines passenger gave birth to a healthy baby boy while on board PAL's Boeing 747 flight en route to San Francisco from Manila on Monday, 19 September (20 September Manila time). Aida Alamillo, a passenger of PAL PR flight 104, with seat number 83J, gave birth with the assistance of three nurses on board and several cabin crew led by Flight Steward Francis Lloyd Lobo
117. Emirates Increases Inflight and Airport Safety Measures
Emirates has instructed all cabin crew, boarding agents and ground staff in direct contact with passengers to now wear personal protective equipment (PPE) which includes a protective disposable gown over their uniforms, and a safety visor, in addition to masks and gloves.
118. Emirates Enhances Inflight Services on Indian Routes
Emirates Enhances Inflight Services on Indian Routes. Focussing on three crucial elements inflight food and beverage; inflight product; and cabin crew management the programme seeks to ensure the airline exceeds the expectations of its Indian passengers through regionalisation of the product on Indian routes.
119. Etihad Airways and Norland Celebrate Graduation of 2,000th Flying Nanny
Etihad Airways has celebrated the graduation of its 2000th Flying Nanny, continuing its relationship with Norland, the respected UK-based higher education college which specialises in early years education. This Norland approved training ensures that Etihad Airways highly trained cabin crew members who transfer to become Flying Nannies, can combine their service and hospitality
120. Virgin Atlantic Operates First Ever Cargo Only Charter
Flight VS698 from London Heathrow to New York JFK on 22 March created history for Virgin Atlantic as it departed with just two pilots, one cabin crew member and a hold filled with 12.4 tonnes of pharmaceutical and medical supplies.

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