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Here are today’s top headlines. To read more, click on the title:
China is a hot destination for South American pilots
The Chinese airline industry is attracting scores of South American pilots who see far better opportunity
for career advancement with fast growing and startup airlines in the People’s Republic than in their
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officials will be in the Philippines next week to conduct an air
safety audit that would pave way for local airlines to expands services to a number of countries.
The United States National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released its 2014 Most Wanted
List of transportation safety improvements. Among them: “Address the unique characteristics of
Boeing has started high-speed wind tunnel tests for the 777X in the manufacturer’s Transonic Wind
Tunnel in Seattle, Wash.
Bombardier has delayed the entry into service of the 110-seat CS100 to the second half of 2015, with
the 135-seat CS300 following six months later.
Skylar Vincent Murphy, 18, was getting on a flight at Edmonton International Airport in Canada when
the explosive device was found.
Singapore Airlines has confirmed that it has formed another alliance, this time with Air New Zealand,
in a move that will bolster the Kiwi carrier’s position on routes in the Asia-Pacific region.