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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.

Former Nok Air CEO launches tell-all autobiography, including a chapter on Lion Air
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As China begins to criticize international travel and tourism action in response to the coronavirus outbreak, one airline founder advises airlines to consider their long-term goals in China and not completely cut all flights to the country.

Part 2: Fatigue and the Pel Air Ditching
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THE DITCHING OF AUSTRALIAN AVIATION GOVERNANCE PART 2 When was the last time you did something that, in hindsight, you thought was foolish, stupid, not consistent with your normal behaviour, and possibly something that made you feel a little embarrassed about afterwards? One of my experiences (a little over 20 years ago, but it only

From the archives: When Qantas flew Perth to London in the longest hop
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To mark the first of three Project Sunrise nonstop research flights from New York to Sydney, this story from the Australian Aviation archives comes from May 2018, when Gerard Frawley wrote about the experience of being on Qantas's inaugural Perth-London Heathrow nonstop service.

From the archives: One Boeing 787 delivery down, 820 to go
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This story from the Australian Aviation archives is from November 2011 when Geoffrey Thomas wrote about the first Boeing 787 delivery to All Nippon Airways.

Fire and ice as low-cost carriers battle in the Asia Pacific
Airlines

This story by Tom Ballantyne on the operating environment for low-cost carriers in Asia first appeared in the August 2019 edition of Australian Aviation.

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