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Gulf carrier cheaters threaten US aviation jobs - Washington Examiner


Washington Examiner

Gulf carrier cheaters threaten US aviation jobs
Washington Examiner
The U.S. aviation industry is facing a significant threat from the United Arab Emirates and Qatar that could mean the end of our industry as we know it. And that means the livelihoods of 1.2 million Americans who count on a strong aviation industry are ...

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UK air travel could slump if no early Brexit aviation deal: report - Reuters


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UK air travel could slump if no early Brexit aviation deal: report
Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's airports could see passenger numbers plunge by as much as 40 percent unless the government strikes an interim aviation deal with the European Union by October 2018, according to an industry report seen by Reuters on ...
Airports seek interim Brexit aviation deal by October 2018Travel Weekly UK
UK air passengers could drop by 40% without Brexit aviation deal - reportDIGITALLOOK

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Massasoit will help careers take off with aviation tech partnership - Enterprise News


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Massasoit will help careers take off with aviation tech partnership
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Starting this year, Massasoit students will have the opportunity to take advantage of an aviation maintenance technology program, through Cape Cod Community College, at Plymouth Municipal Airport. BROCKTON -- Massasoit Community College is hoping ...

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Aviation groups: Privatizing air traffic control hurts Florida flight training - Bay News 9


Aviation groups: Privatizing air traffic control hurts Florida flight training
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As the Trump administration presses a plan to privatize the nation's air traffic control system, general aviation advocates are warning the proposal could all but decimate Florida's flight training industry and, in turn, exacerbate a growing airline ...

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India Braces for Next ICAO Audit - Aviation International News


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India Braces for Next ICAO Audit
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As the International Civil Aviation Organization prepares to start its latest audit of India under its Universal Safety Oversight Audit Program on November 6, the country's Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is working hard to resolve copious ...

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Autonomous helicopter makes appearance at aviation event - The News Tribune


Autonomous helicopter makes appearance at aviation event
The News Tribune
Sikorsky's Autonomy Research Aircraft, a helicopter known as SARA that was a draw at last year's National Aviation Day Open House and Tour, made an appearance at the event again this year. "The pilots were really engaged with the public, and people ...

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Gama To Build New Bizav Terminal at Sharjah Airport - Aviation International News


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Gama To Build New Bizav Terminal at Sharjah Airport
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Gama Aviation will build a new $30 million business aviation terminal, as well as two large-capacity hangars, at the UAE's Sharjah International Airport. Capacity restrictions and congestion at Dubai International and proximity to the financial ...

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Jet Aviation To Close St. Louis Completions Business | Business ... - Aviation International News


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Jet Aviation To Close St. Louis Completions Business | Business ...
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As it winds down the completion business at its St. Louis facility, Jet Aviation will be cutting jobs there in preparation for conversion into a maintenance facility for ...
Gulfstream and Jet Aviation Announce Changes to St. Louis FacilityAviationPros.com

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FirstNation speaks on downgrade by Nigerian aviation authorities - Premium Times


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FirstNation speaks on downgrade by Nigerian aviation authorities
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FirstNation Airways said on Tuesday it will go back to scheduled services by the fourth quarter of 2017. A statement signed by Rasheed Yusuf said the airline is currently pursuing a fleet expansion programme. The Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA ...
Nigeria: FAA Reviews Air Safety in Nation's Aviation IndustryAllAfrica.com

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Task Force Rough Riders completes joint aviation training with Iraqi Security Forces - United States Army (press release)


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Task Force Rough Riders completes joint aviation training with Iraqi Security Forces
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CAMP TAJI, Iraq -- Soldiers from the 29th Combat Aviation Brigade, alongside paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division's 2nd Brigade Combat Team, Task Force Red Falcon, completed a joint-aerial response force exercise (ARFEX) with their Iraqi ...

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