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The EEOC sued ExxonMobil, alleging that the company discriminated against pilots when it forced them to retire at age 60.
The 500th helicopter was delivered to Russian operator Aviamarket.
The nine-year deal for ATC services represents the best option for the association.
The new simulator will be based at AgustaWestland’s new simulation building at the A. Marchetti Training Academy in Sesto Calende, Italy.
Indian operators demand security changes after a pilot and mechanic are beaten up by a charter customer.
Be prepared for slot restrictions; get applications in now for next month’s event.
Safran subsidiaries unveil plans that highlight the role techonology can play in delivering support services.
Safety leader offers food for thought about how to remain safety focused.
The number of active GA aircraft declined by 6.4 percent, to 209,034 from 223,370 in 2012, the last year for which information is available.
The new African headquarters is part of a major investment that UAS is making in Africa, where it intends to open further new offices.