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Keeping life saving team flying through covid

What is it like to be running a life-saving air ambulance during the covid pandemic?...

David & Jaroen: from aircraft to coffee business

Flying couple finds themselves grounded during the crisis, soars by opening new business. ...

Navigating through the onset of the covid crisis

Dame Deirdre Hutton DBE, the former chair of the UK CAA tells her story about leading the regulator as covid struck. &nb...

Urte's story: This job was perfect for me

When Urte boarded a flight to Geneva on March 6, 2020, she did not know it was her last flight as a flight attendan...

Form pilot to paleta to global spotlight

Patrick was not expecting the more than 13 million (at the time of writing) views of his post when he took to LinkedIn t...

Bombardier names L.Troger

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US Marines complete 2 months of Ebola response in West Africa

The rapid self-deployment of SPMAGTF-CR-AF Marines and sailors by four MV-22 Ospreys and two KC-130J Super Hercules prov...

Jet Lag: Prevention and Recovery Tips

A major change in time zones can mean that our bodies get very confused. You can't avoid jet lag, but by following these...

The challenge of tackling aviation’s non-CO2 emissions

Last October, the 191 member states of the United Nation’s International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) agree...

Student Life Hacks - How to Find Cheap Flights

There is no better time to travel when you’re in college. You have long breaks, less tests and more time on your hands....

From Cargo Door Failures To One Of The Most Reliable Aircraft – The DC-10

The DC-10 carries one of the most interesting stories in the aviation industry. From passengers viewing the DC-10 as uns...

Pilot shortage tackled – the D.A.T.U.S. plan

2017 was the safest year in the aviation history, thanks to the multiple high-tech and engineering advancements ensuring...

History Hour: Air New Zealand crash in Antarctica

On November 28, 1979 Air New Zealand sightseeing flight to Antarctica departed Auckland Airport. The flight was planned...

Smile and stay thin – life as a 60s air hostess

In 1958, Qantas began employing Japanese flight hostesses to work on the “Cherry Blossom” route to Japan. Qa...