RUSSIA AIR SAFETY RECORD NEAR BOTTOM OF GLOBAL LEAGUE
October 24, 2014
Regardless of who is to blame for the death of Total’s boss at the Moscow airport favored by President Vladimir Putin, it reinforces an indisputable fact: Russia’s air-safety record is dreadful and the wave of crashes is not abating.
OTTAWA LAUNCHES DRONE SAFETY BLITZ WHILE MANY WOULD-BE PILOTS FACE BACKLOG
October 22, 2014
TORONTO -- The federal government has launched a public campaign to help an increasing number of Canadians fly drones safely, though documents show many would-be pilots are facing lengthy delays in getting permission to send the popular unmanned aircraft buzzing skyward.
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U.S. AND AIRLINES CONSIDER NEW SCREENINGS FOR EBOLA, NO TRAVEL BAN
October 07, 2014
WASHINGTON/DALLAS (Reuters) - Federal officials and airlines are discussing whether U.S. airports should screen passengers to identify people who might have Ebola, but the White House on Monday said a ban on travel from West African countries would slow the fight against the deadly virus.
AIRLINES' ACCESS TO AFGHAN AIRSPACE IN JEOPARDY
September 29, 2014
KABUL—Major airlines will be forced to avoid flying to or over Afghanistan—a key transit route from Europe to Asia—if the country fails to complete an air-traffic-control contract by mid-October, Afghan and international officials say.
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INTERNATIONAL WINTER OPERATIONS CONFERENCE
Photos and images from the Third International Winter Operations Conference held in October 2013.
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