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Fumes Saga Takes A New Twist

    Fumes Saga Takes A New Twist

LONDON — For years, airline crews have been reporting ‘fume events’ on board aircraft. Some have linked the presence of toxic substances in cabin air to ill-health, even deaths. Now,

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Paris Air Show: Indonesia Takes Action on Aviation Safety Concerns

    Paris Air Show: Indonesia Takes Action on Aviation Safety Concerns

PARIS — Aviation safety in Indonesia continues to be a significant and developing story. How else do you explain the country’s Minister of Transportation coming to the Paris Air Show in support

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Is Air Safety Less Safe in the Asia Pacific Region?

    Is Air Safety Less Safe in the Asia Pacific Region?

MIAMI — The perception of air safety in the Asia Pacific region continued to take a hit after the February 2 crash of TransAsia Airways Flight 235, flown with an ATR-72-600,

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ICAO Unveils Recommendation for Aircraft Tracking

    ICAO Unveils Recommendation for Aircraft Tracking

MIAMI — An International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) working paper recommends that airlines adopt a new 15-minute aircraft tracking standard. The recommendations, made at the organization’s High Level Safety Conference attended

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Pilot Warns Against Speculation in Air Asia Crash

    Pilot Warns Against Speculation in Air Asia Crash

MIAMI — As analysis continues on the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder found on Air Asia Flight 8501,

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Emirates CEO Questions Facts Around Malaysia Flight 370

    Emirates CEO Questions Facts Around Malaysia Flight 370

MIAMI — Sir Tim Clark, president of Emirates Airline, spoke to Airways magazine in an interview about the mystery of

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Airbus A350 Wins EASA Certification

    Airbus A350 Wins EASA Certification

  MIAMI — The Airbus A350 has been given a type certificate by the European Air and Space Agency (EASA), moving

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TAM Service Academy: Learning How To Serve Dinner and More

    TAM Service Academy: Learning How To Serve Dinner and More

MIAMI — From the outside, the facility does not look like much. On the inside, however, the TAM Service Academy is

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NTSB Issues Recommendations on Certification of Lithium-Ion Batteries and Emerging Technologies

    NTSB Issues Recommendations on Certification of Lithium-Ion Batteries and Emerging Technologies

MIAMI — The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued a series of recommendations related to the evaluation and certification of

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