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BA Employees Volunteer to Fight Virus

A taskforce of volunteer British Airways employees, including cabin crews and logistics teams, will be assisting efforts against coronavirus in the UK. “We’ve had an overwhelming response to our request for volunteers from across British Airways to...  Read more

Air India Pilots Oppose “Unequal” Pay Cut

Air India’s pilot unions are opposing a 10% cut in “flying allowances,” a category which falls unequally on pilots compared with management of the state-owned airline. They said the decision goes against the spirit of Prime Minister Narendra...  Read more

Airlines Seek New Standard of Clean

“We are making a commitment to transform the definition of airline cleanliness – Delta Clean,” says Delta Air Lines Chief Customer Experience Officer Bill Lentsch in a YouTube video (you can watch it here). By early May, all aircraft will be...  Read more

Hevilift Chooses Avsoft Pilot Training

Hevilift Chooses Avsoft Pilot Training
Hevilift, an air charter operator based in Papua New Guinea (PNG), providing transportation services for personnel and equipment in the region, has awarded Avsoft International a long-term contract for online pilot training. Hevilift is using Avsoft’s...  Read more

IFALPA Concerned About Long-Flight Fatigue

Concerned that the COVID-19 pandemic is putting pressure on some operators and crew to neglect or suspend some aspects of aviation safety – such as the standards for crew fatigue management, the International Federation of Air Line Pilots’...  Read more