June 29, 2015

Reports: Schools Banned From Enrolling Vets

Helicopter flight schools in Arizona, Florida, Texas and Washington have been ordered to stop enrolling military veterans as new students, according to media reports. The Los Angeles Times described the move as “part of...

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  • GEE to Connect Norwegian Air Shuttle Flights

    June 29, 2015 | [Avionics Today 06-29-2015] Global Eagle Entertainment (GEE) is supplying In-flight Connectivity (IFC) on Norwegian Air Shuttle's (NAS) new flights to the Caribbean region, according to Dave Davis, CEO of GEE.      A Norwegian crew member walks...

  • United, Azul Form New Partnership

    June 29, 2015 | [Avionics Today 06-29-2015] United Airlines and Azul Brazilian Airlines today announced a new strategic partnership in which United will acquire an approximate 5 percent stake in Azul, Brazil's third-largest airline, paving the way for the carriers to...

  • SESAR Begins Runway Safety Exercises

    June 29, 2015 | [Avionics Today 06-29-2015] Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) members  recently completed the first phase of a validation exercise at Paris – Charles de Gaulle Airport aimed at improving the safety for vehicles operating on airport runways...

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  • Saint Louis Adds Cirrus SR20s to Training Fleet

    June 29, 2015 | [Avionics Today 06-29-2015] Cirrus Aircraft announced a partnership with the Saint Louis University's Parks College of Engineering, Aviation, and Technology to add SR20 trainer aircraft to its flight training fleet. The delivery of these new airplanes marks...

  • Tom Enders Outlines the Airbus Innovation Strategy

    June 29, 2015 | [Avionics Today 06-29-2015] The aeronautical industry needs to be bolder, and start embracing the possibility of failures or risk associated with new technologies before they reach the market, says Tom Enders, CEO of Airbus Group. During his keynote speech at...

  • Judge Blocks Weekly Limit on Noisy Helos

    June 29, 2015 | A U.S. judge has blocked a N.Y. beach community’s bid to limit helicopter flights to once per week, but upheld new local laws imposing nighttime flight curfews. Judge Joanna Seybert’s June 26 preliminary...

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