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March 31, 2017

Boeing 787-10 Makes First Flight

Aircraft Departed From North Charleston Campus Friday Morning

Boeing's largest variant of the Dreamliner has made its maiden flight. The 787-10 took off from a runway at the North Charleston, SC manufacturing facility at 0939 EDT Friday morning on a flight expected to last about 4 hours.

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Canadian Transport Minister Offers Assurances About Airport Safety

Responds To Reports Of Airport Workers In Montreal Possibly Being 'Radicalized'

Reports that four airport workers at Trudeau International Airport in Montreal had possibly been radicalized drew a measured response from Canada's Minister of Transport The Honourable Marc Garneau.

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EASA, ICAO Mark Significant Progress In Regional Safety Oversight Organizations

Hundreds Gathered From Around The World To Discuss The Issue

Cologne, 30 March 2017 –The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) achieved landmark progress last week as hundreds of officials gathered from around the world for a special jointly organized Global Forum on Regional Safety Oversight Organizations (RSOOs) for Global Aviation Safety.

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Southwest Airlines Announces Several Leadership Promotions

Employees Moving Up The Corporate Ladder As Carrier Promotes From Within

Southwest Airlines Co. has made several leadership promotions from within the company's ranks.

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JetBlue Arrives In Atlanta

Carrier Says New Nonstop Flights Bring Low Fares, Much Needed Competition To Highly Requested Boston-Atlanta Route

JetBlue has announced the start service in Atlanta, the largest U.S. city not already served by the award-winning airline. The inaugural flight from Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS) arrived at Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) Wednesday morning, making Georgia’s capital city JetBlue’s 101st destination.

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Tianjin Airlines Global Recruitment Starts In London

Hopes To Develop A Truly International Airline During 2017

Tianjin Airlines is developing into a truly international airline and in 2017 it will begin a global recruitment drive that began in London on March 29th, 2017.

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American Airlines Co-Pilot Dies In The Cockpit

Airplane Was Preparing For Landing In New Mexico

The co-pilot of an American Airlines flight preparing for landing in New Mexico Wednesday collapsed and died in the cockpit, according to media reports.

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AD: Airbus Airplanes

AD Number: 2017-06-04

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Embraer Flies E195-E2 Ahead Of Schedule

Calls Airplane 'The Most Efficient New-generation Jet In The World'

Ten months after the first flight of the E190-E2, Embraer has performed the inaugural flight of another member of the E2 family, ahead of schedule. On Wednesday, the E195-E2, the largest aircraft of the family–and the most efficient aircraft in the single aisle jet market—took off for the first time. The flight, originally scheduled for the second half of the year, happened just three weeks after the roll out.

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ALPA: Aviation Safety And Security Regs Deserve Special Treatment

Calls On Administration To Exempt Aviation Safety, Security Regulations From 'Two For One' Executive Order

Air Line Pilots Association, Int’l (ALPA) president Capt. Tim Canoll has called on President Donald Trump to exempt aviation safety and security regulations from the administration’s “two for one” executive order. In remarks to industry experts at ALPA’s Aviation Security Conference, Capt. Canoll urged the administration to take action by allowing aviation safety and security improvements to continue to advance through the regulatory process.

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