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Airbus Americas has named Craig Hoskins, 50, as its new Vice President of Safety and Technical Affairs. He will join the company in May and spend some time in Airbus headquarters in Toulouse and traveling for orientation, before assuming all responsibilities of the role in July. Hoskins will be replacing Bill Bozin, who is retiring in July after eight years with Airbus.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on airlines and their partners in the air cargo supply chain to work together to make air cargo more competitive and address the challenges of safety, security and sustainability.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) criticized the decision of the European Single Sky Committee to endorse weakened Performance and Charging Scheme regulations for air navigation services over the period 2015-2019. The decision was made on 8 March and impacts the calendar years 2015-2019 (known as Reference Period 2 or RP2).
British Airways has today (March 10) set two Guinness World Record titles including the ‘Highest Harlem Shake’ and ‘Highest Concert’ in the sky, with Tony Hadley and Kim Wilde performing their hits on a red-nosed Boeing 767 aircraft at 43,000ft for Comic Relief.
Celebrating 25 years of Red Nose Day, the airline has raised over £4.5 million for Flying Start – the airline’s charity partnership with Comic Relief.
Northrop Grumman Corporation's (NYSE: NOC) U.K.-based airport systems group will be participating in the ATC Global Exhibition and Conference in Amsterdam, where it will highlight a range of its products including Airport Realtime Collaboration (ARC).
Emirates, one of the world's fastest growing airlines, has celebrated the opening of its 35th dedicated lounge for First Class and Business Class passengers as well as Platinum and Gold members of Emirates Skywards - the airline’s frequent flyer programme, at Milan Malpensa Airport.
airberlin has strategically revised its route network for 2013. The airline’s hubs in Berlin and Dusseldorf are being strengthened, the schedule is being organised more efficiently and tailored to meet the needs of strategic key markets.
Austrian Airlines is increasing the range of return flights it offers between Vienna and Brussels: from 5 May 2013, the company will be offering passengers one more daily return connection between the Belgian and Austrian capitals. The Austrian carrier will now be providing return flights to and from Brussels anything up to four times a day.
Sanad Aero Solutions GMBH (Sanad), Mubadala Aerospace’s spare engine and component financing and leasing solutions company, has expanded its long-term engine leasing relationship with airberlin, with the addition of three new CFM-56 engines under a sale and lease back agreement to its existing portfolio of eleven spare engines.