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Alaska’s pilots reach a tentative agreement on a new contract

The pilots of Alaska Airlines, represented by the Airline Pilots Association International, have reached a Tentative Agreement (TA) with Alaska’s Management for a new, 5-year contract.

JAL Group unveils new set of uniforms

JAL Group (JAL) today unveiled the Group's brand new set of uniforms for approximately 26,700 of its staff members, including flight crew, cabin attendants, various ground staff at the airport and cit

United Continental pilots ratify joint collective bargaining agreement

CHICAGO and HOUSTON - The pilots of United and Continental, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association, Int'l, have approved a joint collective bargaining agreement with United Continental Holding

LAM pilots and crew members go on strike

MAPUTO, Mozambique — Pilots and crew members at Mozambique’s national airline have gone on a one-day strike, grounding the carrier.

Pilots’ union says it is getting closer to hatching deal with...

NEW YORK, N.Y. - The union representing pilots at American Airlines said Monday it is getting closer to hatching a deal that would help the carrier emerge from bankruptcy protection.

Kenya Airways flights return to normality

(eTN) - Kenya airways pilots under their union, the Kenya Airlines Pilots Association (KALPA), have reinstated goodwill with immediate effect, with the management of Kenya airways after consultations

Airlines phasing in iPads for pilots

iPads will soon be ubiquitous in American Airlines cockpits, but don't expect pilots to be playing "Angry Birds" instead of paying attention to the flight path.

Kingfisher pilots threaten to strike Monday

MUMBAI, India - Pilots of cash-strapped Kingfisher Airlines, which has been operating a skeletal schedule, have threatened to go on strike from tomorrow as part of mass agitation for immediate disburs

Kenya Airways gets court clearance to advance staff restructuring

(eTN) - ‘Reports about Kenya Airways sacking staff are outrageous and a product of fiction by sections of the media, aimed to cause industrial unrest. None of this is true.

Mumbai-based Kingfisher pilots go on strike indefinitely

Mumbai-based pilots of near-bankrupt Kingfisher Airlines have decided to strike indefinitely from Wednesday over non-payment of salaries.

Sacked Air India pilots allege witch hunt

The decision to reject the re-instatement cases of five sacked Air India (AI) pilots, who had led the 58-day strike earlier this year, was purely based on merit and there was no witch hunt, top airlin

Kingfisher Mumbai-based pilots go on strike second time in month

MUMBAI, India - A section of pilots of near-bankrupt Kingfisher Airlines on Saturday went on strike, second time in the month, demanding immediate payment of March salaries, leading to cancellation of

Virgin America and Banana Republic unveil new flight crew uniforms

SAN FRANCISCO and NEW YORK - Today, Virgin America and Banana Republic announced that this summer the airline will debut new Banana Republic-designed uniforms for the airline's 2,000 in-flight and air

Boeing chief pilot: Training must maximize full pilot potential

ORLANDO, Fla. - Boeing called today on the aviation industry to transform aviation training for the next generation of commercial airline pilots and maintenance technicians.

Air Canada expects to resume regular schedule Saturday April 14

MONTREAL, Canada - Air Canada is preparing to resume its full flight schedule for Saturday April 14, 2012 following the cancellation of approximately 75 flights on Friday April 13 due to illegal job a

Air Canada pilots stage massive “sick-out”

A surge in sick calls from Air Canada pilots, along with morning fog and a fire at the country’s largest airport, led to snarled travel schedules on one of the busiest weekends of the year.

Kingfisher pilots refuse to fly without pay

MUMBAI, India - Kingfisher Airlines may face a critical test in keeping its schedule going from Monday with its pilots refusing to operate flights if their pending salaries and dues are not cleared in

Colgan Air faces $153K fine for not giving pilots enough rest

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Federal Aviation Administration wants to fine commuter jet operator Colgan Air for flying planes three years ago without giving crew members enough rest.

Tracking diseases associated with illegal wildlife trade at US ports

NEW YORK, N.Y. - An article released in PLoS ONE entitled, Zoonotic Viruses Associated with Illegally Imported Wildlife Products, from a collaborative study led by the U.S.

Vietnamese airlines struggling to recruit pilots

Air Mekong currently uses only American pilots; while Jetstar Pacific has five Vietnamese pilots and up to 60 foreign pilots. Vietnam Airlines has 400 Vietnamese pilots and 360 foreign pilots.

100 pilots threaten to quit Indian flag carrier

NEW DELHI, India - In a move that could hit Air India's international operations, over 100 pilots have threatened to quit the airlines, charging the management with adopting discriminatory attitude ag

Bodies of pilots missing in Asiana crash found

More than three months after the plane carrying industrial goods crashed into waters off Jeju Island, the bodies of the two missing Asiana cargo plane pilots were found Sunday.
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