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105. 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
106. Qantas to Expand Pilot Training Facilities in Australia
Qantas has unveiled plans to expand its pilot training facilities in Australia, moving flight simulators and training pilots in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. The relocation has been triggered by the need for Qantas to move its current simulator centre from Mascot in Sydney to make way for a major roads project. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 22 February 2021.
107. 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 AAAs capabilities to train pilots up to airline standard. The agreement with Brisbane-based SimJET will
108. 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.
109. CAE and LAN Airlines Expand Training Center in Chile
CAE has expanded its training center for pilots and cabin crew with LAN Airlines, a leading Latin American airline. The expanded six-bay facility offers twice its previous capacity and is today one of the most modern and largest training centers in South America. The expansion represents a total investment of US$40 million.
110. High-flying women take to the skies with SriLankan Airlines
High-flying women take to the skies with SriLankan Airlines. While most women in Sri Lanka opt to find employment in their academic background, two women with high academic qualifications recently received their wings as junior first officers from the national carrier, SriLankan Airlines, making them the second and third female pilots ever in the history of Sri Lanka.
111. Yak-130 Performing Solo Aerobatics Flying Display at Singapore Airshow 2014
This Russian Yak-130 is performing a solo aerobatics flying display at the Singapore Airshow 2014 taking place this week. The extremely agile Yak-130 two-seater is designed for basic and advanced training of fighter pilots to fly and employ top-of-the-line fighter jets.
112. PSA Airlines Makes Significant Changes to Pilot Pay Program
PSA Airlines, a wholly owned subsidiary of American Airlines, has made significant changes to its pilot pay program, including improved wages for new-hire pilots, an increased sign-on bonus for new recruits and retention bonuses for First Officers and Captains to create a top-tier compensation structure.

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