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PRneswire | March 23, 2023
Flight Safety Foundation will set up the new Asia Pacific Centre for Aviation Safety in Singapore to help aviation stakeholders in the Asia-Pacific region raise safety standards and capabilities to restart and ramp up operations safely as air travel recovers to pre-pandemic levels. Supported by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), the Centre will develop an annual work programme to meet the needs of regulators and industry in the region and undertake projects and studies to pr...
Flight Safety Foundation | January 20, 2022
Flight Safety Foundation is concerned about the continuing confusion surrounding implementation of expanded 5G services in the United States and the disjointed approach taken to resolving potentially significant aviation safety issues.
The Foundation urges the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and wireless carriers to cooperate to definitively identify which U.S. airports are affected by the implementation of 5G in the C-Band so that accurate and timely guidance on operational...
Simple Flying | January 17, 2020
Canadian operator WestJet is planning a new transatlantic service. The Boeing 737 operated flight would be used to connect Canada’s Halifax to Manchester in the United Kingdom. The seasonal flight is set to operate over the 2020 summer period. WestJet is launching its third route from Halifax to the United Kingdom this summer. Accompanying its existing routes to London and Glasgow, the new connection will be operated by a Boeing 737 aircraft. Launching in June, the route will remain in ope...
ch-aviation | January 16, 2020
Qatar Airways has announced a codeshare partnership with Deutsche Bahn (DB) the German railway operator, offering its passengers connections to and from eight key destinations in Germany, according to a press release issued by the airline. The Oneworld carrier currently operates 35 weekly flights between Doha Hamad Int'l and the German cities of Frankfurt Int'l (2x daily), Munich (2x daily), and Berlin Tegel (1x daily). Under the DB deal, Qatar Airways passengers will be able to connect ...
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