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Tuesday, 30 October 2018

IATA In numbers: Air cargo



 
In numbers: Air cargo | Airlines.
 
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Saturday, 20 October 2018

IATA In numbers: World Air Transport Statistics 2017 review


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Monday, 3 September 2018

Aerobuzz - Easyjet encourage les femmes à devenir pilotes de ligne



 
Easyjet encourage les femmes à devenir pilotes de ligne - Aerobuzz
 
La low cost britannique recrute 460 pilotes en 2018. Elle vient de mettre en ligne une vidéo humoristique qui s’adresse directement aux jeunes femmes. Easyjet souhaite atteindre 20% de nouveaux pilotes féminins d’ici à 2020. La vidéo, dont l’actric…
 
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Friday, 2 February 2018

[Kermit Weeks] The story of the Lockheed Constellation and the arrival of what is now the Fantasy of Flight Connie!

[EASA] : Easy Access Rules for Additional Airworthiness Specifications published!

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Easy Access Rules for Additional Airworthiness Specifications published!
The Easy Access Rules, are displayed in a consolidated, easy-to-read format with advanced navigation features through links and bookmarks, and are available for free download from the EASA website. They contain the applicable rules on additional airworthiness specifications for a given type of operations.
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Tuesday, 30 January 2018

Atlas of the Sky



Atlas of the Sky
Originally, the atlas was born as a tool for internal use in DG MOVE, so staff would be able to find information efficiently. The first step was to develop a central database, created in-house back in 1999-2000. It involved just one colleague from the aviation policy unit and one IT expert from the former information resources team.
After some time presenting aggregated data with MS Excel, Access and Business Objects, it was felt that a more illustrative way to present data through maps was needed. In 2007 an internal project was launched, in order to assess the feasibility of such a geographical tool. The work started with a small team of four colleagues, who took on the challenge of developing the project on top of their other daily activities.
The effort paid off and a first version of the internal tool was released in 2014, with a limited number of maps. The Atlas kept growing until finally, it was decided to release a version for the public.    
The Atlas of the Sky targets not only the general public, but also specialists and operators in the air transport field. Maps are a great way to communicate complex data in a way that is easy to understand.  
Looking at the Atlas, the user gets a glimpse of the magnitude of the fascinating aviation sector. Air transport is a key contributor to the European economy, with an overall economic impact of €621 billion. It supports 8.8 million jobs and handles around a billion passengers across a network of 400 EU airports.
If you want to discover more, no need to fasten your seat belts, just glide smoothly to the site below.
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Wednesday, 2 August 2017

[lalibre.be] Un trafic de migrants par avion : ils décollent de la Belgique pour l'Angleterre



Un trafic de migrants par avion : ils décollent de la Belgique pour l'Angleterre
Des passeurs ont organisé des vols d’asile vers l’Angleterre en passant par chez nous.
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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Lu sur 7s7: Le langage secret des hôtesses de l'air





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Le langage secret des hôtesses de l'air


La compagnie EasyJet a fourni des explications dans une vidéo. Tout a commencé par un tweet de Jamie East, un animateur de Virgin Radio. Alors qu'il se trouvait à bord d'un avion, il a observé une scène amusante entre deux hôtesses de l'air qui ...
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Saturday, 25 March 2017

[European Space Agency] : No obstacles for airports using satellites

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Saturday, 4 March 2017

[lalibre.be] Le climat remporte une manche face à l’aviation



Le climat remporte une manche face à l'aviation
L'avocat de l'aéroport de Vienne n'en revient toujours pas. Jeudi dernier, le Tribunal administratif fédéral de la ville a purement et simplement interdit aux gestionnaires de l'aéroport de construire une troisième piste. Le projet bénéficiait du ...
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Sunday, 19 February 2017

[Event] : 2017/03/07 Lecture in Brussels on 7 March 2017-"How can an airliner disappear today?"-AAE-Académie Royale de Belgique

Forwarded message - From: Patricia SEGALA <segala.patricia@academie-air-espace.com>
Date: 2017-02-15 12:58 GMT+01:00
Subject: Lecture in Brussels on 7 March 2017-"How can an airliner disappear today?"-AAE-Académie Royale de Belgique
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Dear Sir, Madam,
The Air and Space Academy (AAE) is delighted to announce a forthcoming lecture by Patrick GOUDOU, Former Executive Director of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and member of the Air and Space Academy (AAE), on the theme "How can an airliner disappear today?", which will take place at 12:30 pm, on 7 March, at the Académie royale de Belgique in Brussels.
Attendance is free but we would ask you to register. 
Please feel free to circulate this information to any interested parties.
Best regards,

Patricia Segala
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Wednesday, 15 February 2017

[Trends] Forte hausse du trafic aérien en 2016, avec 3,7 milliards de passagers






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Forte hausse du trafic aérien en 2016, avec 3,7 milliards de passagers
Le trafic aérien de passagers a connu une nouvelle année de forte croissance en 2016, avec un bond de 6,3% par rapport à l'année précédente et un nombre record de 3,7 milliards de passagers, a annoncé jeudi l'Association internationale du transport aérien (IATA).
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