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Emirates’ Flight Training Academy aims to fill the pilot gap
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The global airline industry will need around 804,000 new civil aviation pilots in commercial and business aviation and for civil helicopters over the next 20 years.

Emirates’ Clark says synthetic fuels can help cut aviation’s carbon footprint

Emirates president Sir Tim Clark says he is convinced the future for airlines was in developing synthetic fuels, Denise McNabb writes from Dubai.

Dubai Airshow featured record attendance, subdued sales

While there were record crowds and spectacular flying displays at the recently concluded Dubai Airshow, there were fewer commercial aircraft orders in 2019 compared with previous events, writes Denise McNabb from Al Maktoum International Airport. The five-day, biennial Dubai Airshow lived up to the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) reputation as a host for eye-popping events.

Searidge Technologies to build remote digital tower prototype at Sydney

Searidge Technologies will build a digital control tower prototype for Airservices Australia to trial at Sydney Airport for possible contingency use.

Mission Possible: Kiwi ingenuity behind the movie industry’s best aerial cinematography

When an innovative New Zealand company develops a cutting-edge aerial camera system a stone’s throw from an airport where a helicopter operator services A-list movie productions, it offers a fortuitous match. Add to that jaw-dropping scenery of mountains, lakes, valleys, waterfalls, forests and fiords, of epic movie proportions on their doorstep, and that’s a trifecta.

Tigerair Australia Boeing 737-800 took off with cabin unpressurised: ATSB
Air Crash Investigations

A Tigerair Australia Boeing 737-800 took off unpressurised after pilots incorrectly configured the cabin's air conditioning system prior to takeoff, an investigation has found.


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