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January 10, 2022

Airborne-Flight Training 12.16.21: JetBlue Hiring, Spartan College, Pan Am FA

Also: EAA-AMA Museum Coop, Flight Design F2, Air Force Policy, IFALPA Applauds

Jetblue announced its new hiring pipeline, JetBlue Gateways. The initiative is designed to meet the growing need for aviation professionals from aviators to AMT's, that come from backgrounds other than the common straight, white male that has formed the base of the aviation industry. The program focuses on offering "a range of pathways  into the industry, while also opening the door to more candidates from underrepresented communities, including women and people of color." The Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology announced its recent addition of an Aviation Mai

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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (01.10.22)

Aero Linx: The Air Accidents Investigation Branch The Air Accidents Investigation Branch investigates civil aircraft accidents and serious incidents within the UK, its overseas territories and crown dependencies. We also provide assistance and expertise to international air accident investigations and organisations. Our purpose is to improve aviation safety by determining the circumstances and causes of air accidents and serious incidents, and promoting action to prevent reoccurrence.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (01.10.22): Procedure Turn Inbound

Procedure Turn Inbound That point of a procedure turn maneuver where course reversal has been completed and an aircraft is established inbound on the intermediate approach segment or final approach course. A report of “procedure turn inbound” is normally used by ATC as a position report for separation purposes.

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Aero-News: Quote of the Day (01.10.22)

"Sometimes hard decisions have to be made for the safety and welfare of our members, and this is one such time. After many weeks gathering data and careful consideration, the Board feels with the COVID pandemic, and numbers expected to rise in mid-February, it is not wise to have a large gathering at this time. We are working to postpone the convention to a date this fall, or early next year when we feel it will be safer to gather." Source: Soaring Society of America executive director, Denise Layton, describing the SSA board's thought process as they canceled their 2022 annual convention.

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