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5th
DEC

Reports: Garuda’s Chief Executive To Be Dismissed

Garuda Indonesia s top executive appears set to lose his job after allegations linking him to the smuggling of motorbike parts on an aircraft delivery flight.

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5th
DEC

Garuda Indonesia Chief Executive To Be Dismissed, Reports Say

Garuda Indonesia s top executive appears set to lose his job after allegations linking him to the smuggling of motorbike parts on an aircraft delivery flight.

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20th
NOV

France Planning 70-Year Career For Rafale

Connectivity, AI and new weaponry are part of the Rafale s development roadmap.

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15th
NOV

Fast 5: Rebooting Rosie the Riveter


You began your career as an aircraft engine mechanic in the U.S. Air Force. What attracted you to aircraft maintenance and what are the biggest changes you’ve seen the industry experience since you first entered it?

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12th
NOV

South African Airways May Cut Over 900 Jobs In Restructuring Plan

South African Airways (SAA) is embarking on a restructuring process that may lead to cutting approximately 944 out of 5,149 jobs.

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9th
NOV

West Star Aviation Partners To Host Apprenticeship Event

West Star Aviation has partnered with the Madison County Career and Technical Education Office and Southwestern Illinois College (SWIC) to host a Federal Apprenticeship Event during National Apprenticeship Week.

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8th
NOV

Dynamics Of Regional Aircraft Teardowns Changing

Dynamics changing with regional airliner part-outs
The regional airliner teardown market is in transition as first-generation jets are retired, or parted out, to support those repurposed for second careers.

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6th
NOV

High School STEM Symposium To Train Educators

Hundreds of high school educators plan to attend a two-day aviation STEM symposium in Denver to help build aviation curricula and promote aviation careers.

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6th
NOV

Collins Aerospace Expands Casablanca Facility

The expansion, which Collins expects will be completed in spring 2020, will enlarge the site by 40% and create 60 new jobs, the company said Oct. 31.

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5th
NOV

High School STEM Symposium To Train Educators To Promote Careers

Hundreds of high school educators plan to attend a two-day aviation STEM symposium in Denver to help build aviation curriculum and promote aviation careers.

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5th
NOV

STEM Symposium To Train Educators On Promoting Aviation Careers

Hundreds of high school educators plan to attend a two-day aviation STEM symposium in Denver to help build aviation curriculum and promote aviation careers.

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1st
NOV

Vienna LCC Competition Forcing Austrian Airlines To Cut Costs, Jobs

In the face of stiff competition from LCCs in Vienna, Austrian Airlines will undertake an aggressive cost-cutting effort in 2020 and could eliminate hundreds of jobs.

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30th
OCT

GKN Lures Spirit Aero Defense Leader For Same Job

GKN Aerospace announced Oct. 30 that it appointed Krisstie Kondrotis as president of its defense division effective Nov. 1, marking a key executive transfer between rivals.

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17th
OCT

U.S. Army Still Tackling Pilot Shortage

The U.S. Army says its biggest challenge in addressing the global pilot shortage is retaining pilots who are mid-career level warrant officers.

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8th
OCT

United Airlines Aims To Recruit 10,000 Pilots In Next Decade

Citing a need for 10,000 new pilots in the next decade, United Airlines announced a new Aviate pilot recruitment program.

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8th
OCT

New UK MRO Entrant Leverages In-House IT


Since beginning operations in September 2018, as an offshoot of technical recruitment company Morson Group, Morson Aircraft Engineering Services (MAES) has built up its line maintenance presence across the country in a short space of time.

Its latest station at Bristol Airport, set up in summer 2019, is its seventh – adding to locations at Belfast, Birmingham, East Midlands, London Gatwick, Glasgow and Newcastle airports.

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4th
OCT

Fast 5: UK MRO's New Kid on the Block


Why did the Morson Group, which specialized in aviation and technical recruitment, decide to enter the MRO segment? 

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2nd
OCT

Pilot Pipeline Seeks Boost From Women Candidates

Convincing more women to pursue careers as pilots would help ease a supply crunch that could soon threaten even the largest airlines in the U.S., two pilot-workforce experts said.

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30th
SEP

Gulfstream Reducing Workforce To Realign Business

Gulfstream is reducing jobs as it realigns its business, but it is too soon to say how many positions will be impacted, a spokeswoman said.

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20th
SEP

Honeywell?s Convair Testbed Bows Out Of Service

Honeywell?s Convair CV-580 flying testbed has had a career that included a key role in the evolution of industry?s most important safety avionics developments.

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19th
SEP

FAA: Air Traffic Controller Training Ramp-up Advances

A new initiative to increase the amount of time U.S. air traffic controllers spend in on-the-job training (OJT) is off to a promising start, a top FAA air traffic official said.

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19th
SEP

Air Traffic Controller Training Ramp-up Progressing, FAA Says

A new initiative to increase the amount of time U.S. air traffic controllers spend in on-the-job training (OJT) is off to a promising start, a top FAA air traffic official said.

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19th
SEP

Mitsubishi Aircraft To Set Up SpaceJet Office Near Montreal

Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. plans to establish a footprint in the Montreal area, with the goal of creating 100 jobs in the first year focused on certification and entry into service of the SpaceJet family of regional jets.

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12th
SEP

Thales Alenia Space Unveils New Sat Amid Job Cuts

The new "Space Inspire" satellite is part of a trend toward software-defined spacecraft that also includes Airbus?s Onesat and Boeing?s 702X series.

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12th
SEP

NASA?s Texas Economic Impact Impressive, Comptroller Says

NASA?s Johnson Space Center (JSC) has a $4.7 billion annual impact on the overall Texas economy and supports more than 52,000 government and private sector jobs, according to a first-ever statewide assessment by Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar.

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