TSB FLAGS RAIL-SAFETY CONCERNS AMID SURGE IN RUNAWAY TRAINS
May 30, 2016
The Transportation Safety Board is concerned about a sharp increase in runaway trains and equipment in the rail industry last year, and believes Transport Canada hasn’t done enough to improve safety procedures in the wake of the deadly Lac-Mégantic disaster.
BOEING ENHANCES AIR SAFETY WITH UPGRADED DISPLAY FOR PILOTS
May 27, 2016
SEATTLE - A heads-up display, or HUD, is a piece of glass that can be flipped down in front of a pilot's eyes, but behind an airplane's windshield or wind-screen.
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GLOBAL AIRPORT TRADE GROUP OPPOSES NEW CHECKPOINTS AFTER ATTACKS
May 31, 2016
The United Nations' aviation agency should avoid creating new checkpoints outside airport terminals as it draws up proposed global guidelines to improve security in the wake of recent attacks on travelers, the head of Airports Council International said on Friday.
AIR TRAVEL DEMAND SLOWS AS AIRLINES CONFRONT SECURITY, FRAGILE ECONOMIES
May 31, 2016
BERLIN, May 30 Air passenger demand in April rose at its slowest rate since January 2015, weighed by the March attacks on Brussels airport and highlighting safety as one of the main challenges facing top airline executives meeting this week.
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