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10 Beijing: Chinese authorities have told pilots who fly to Beijing they must be qualified to land their aircraft in the low visibility bought about by smog, state media said on Thursday, as the government tries to reduce flight delays due to
In This Article Etihad Airways , the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, is expanding rapidly, and is currently looking to hire more pilots to fly its expanding fleet. As Emirates 24|7 reported earlier this week, most roles that the airline
For Qantas, the end of the road for Holden dramatically reduces its chances of a loan guarantee, purchase of a cornerstone stake, a so-called letter of comfort'' or any other form of financial assistance. It leaves a softening of the Qantas Sale Act
Teterboro Airport, one of the busiest in the country for private jets, and at six miles away the closest one to MetLife Stadium, will not be able to handle all of the Gulfstreams, Falcons and Bombardiers expected to fly into the area for Super Sunday.
On Wednesday, four MiG-21 FL aircraft flown by pilots from the Operational Conversion Unit (OCU), flew in a box formation as Chief of the Air Staff N A K Browne took salute at the ceremonial parade at Kalaikunda. After 50 years of service since their
Read later Samoa Air has introduced a 'pay what you weigh' pricing policy. The head of a tiny Pacific airline that pioneered a fare system based on passengers' weight said Wednesday the move had been so successful the carrier is upgrading its fleet.
Air New Zealand, Singapore Airlines and Etihad Airways will increase their stakes in Virgin Australia Holdings after only 25.3 per cent of retail shareholders took up their entitlements as part of a $350 million capital raising. The three foreign
Its employment outlook was detailed earlier this week when it presented its restructuring plan to the European Works Council, an arm of the European Union which brings together employers and employees. Airbus Group, will number 5,800, the pan-
A Spanish judge banned adverts for a sexy calendar by Irish budget airline Ryanair showing its female flight attendants in bikinis, prompting the company on Wednesday to vow an appeal. Ryanair published advertisements late last year for its 2013
Allegiant Travel Co., in keeping with recent months, reported flat passenger counts during November. The Las Vegas-based discount carrier said the 558,000 passengers it boarded marked a 0.1 percent decline from the same month in 2012. Although