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Boeing Projects High Demand for Aviation Personnel

Boeing  predicts the Asia Pacific region will require hundreds of thousands of new commercial airline pilots and maintenance technicians over the next 20 years to support airline fleet modernization and the rapid growth of air travel. The 2012 Boeing Pilot & Technician Outlook, a respected industry forecast of required aviation personnel, calls for 185,600 new […]

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Cambridge Airport hosts olympics airspace summit

A Cambridge aviation summit is being held in a bid to avert chaos in the clouds during next year’s London Olympics. Industry players in the UK are already asking whether confusion over a number of aviation-related issues has already cost Britain a golden opportunity. Cambridge Airport is hosting a clear-the-air summit on Tuesday, September 20 […]

New Flexjet Director of Marketing Taking Brand to New Heights

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New Flexjet Director of Marketing Taking Brand to New Heights

Flexjet, a leader in private aviation solutions, is elevating its rebranding efforts with the addition of Christopher Bero as the company’s new Director of Marketing. Bero, armed with his award-winning background in brand marketing, is turning the spotlight on Flexjet’s unrivaled premium experience, signature flexibility and the unique expertise that comes with Bombardier’s 100-plus years of aviation heritage. “Christopher’s […]

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BC Aviation Museum flying along

Almost a year after it opened its newest hangar, the BC Aviation Museum (BCAM) is flying along on one of its biggest projects ever — the restoration of the Trans Canada Airlines Vickers-Armstrong Viscount 757. The BCAM, which has been in operation now for more than 20 years, came to own the Viscount after it […]

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Congress should let FAA continue work with towers and save workers’ jobs

At LaGuardia, one of the nation’s busiest airports, this workweek began with customary hustle and bustle – except among the workers demolishing the airport’s old control tower. At 8 p.m. on Sunday, the contractor hired to oversee this essential modernization project delivered a painful message to his 40 employees: Because the United States Congress didn’t […]

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Electric aircraft making strides

The planned electric aircraft contest may have been canceled at this year’s EAA AirVenture, but Gary Boggs still declared the Antares, an electric plane he was promoting outside the Innovations Hangar, the clear favorite. “This would have won the contest,” Boggs said. “This was the only one ready for the competition.” The Antares is a […]

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Trade alert – BE aerospace at New Highs

Shares of BE Aerospace, Inc. booked a new 52 week high today by trading above $42.69, traders are definitely monitoring BE Aerospace’s price action to see if this move attracts further buying into the stock. BE Aerospace, Inc. manufactures interior products for commercial, military, and general aviation aircraft cabins. The Company serves major airlines and […]

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B1.3 Engineer required

A vacancy has arisen within the engineering department at our Stansted Base for an experienced B1.3 Licensed Engineer. This will be a hand’s on role which will require the successful candidate to undertake occasional off-base working and overseas travel. Relevant experience for the role should be demonstrated by a wide range of maintenance activities. Strongly […]

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Local pilot offers free flights to promote aviation to youths

Lifting off the ground, Fred Wright wonders what goes through youngsters’ minds as they enter the atmosphere. “It’s a joy to take the kids up in an airplane and see their expressions and maybe what they’re thinking,” Wright said. For the past 19 years, the Zanesville pilot has been actively promoting aviation to the youth […]

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AA`s largest order of jets in aviation history

Despite a quarter-billion-dollar loss in the second quarter, American Airlines has placed the largest order of aircrafts in aviation history, it has been announced Thursday. The acquisition of the new fleet will improve accommodations for passengers, adding 460 “narrowbody” fuel-efficient models that will reduce petroleum costs – the first of which will hit runways by […]