Flight Safety Pty Ltd

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Flight Safety Pty Ltd, a specialist aviation external audit, risk assessment and risk management company, conducts aviation external audits from an holistic and safety orientated perspective. ISO 9001:2015 quality management auditing techniques form the basis of the audit approach. Compliance is not the main focus, although compliance is included in the audit process.

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TAP EXPANDS GRASP ON LATIN AMERICA WITH AVIANCA CODESHARE

Simple Flying | February 20, 2020

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Avianca and TAP Air Portugal signed a new codeshare agreement. It will be valid from 27 February onwards and it will enable passengers of the South American carrier to connect to several cities in Portugal and Europe. This new codeshare agreement will allow the travelers of Avianca, departing from Bogota, to connect on the following cities operated by TAP: London, Munich, Madrid, Barcelona, and Porto....

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FAA REVIEWS BOEING DREAMLINER QUALITY-CONTROL LAPSES AFTER PRODUCTION PROBLEMS, WSJ REPORTS

Boeing | September 07, 2020

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The Federal Aviation Administration is reviewing quality-control lapses at Boeing that could stretch back almost a decade, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, citing an internal government memo and people familiar with the matter. The review piles onto the numerous regulatory issues Boeing has faced in the wake of two crashes involving its 737 Max planes that killed all 346 people onboard the two flights. Since then, Boeing has faced renewed scrutiny over its safety standards and manufactur...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES RAMPS UP CARGO FLIGHTS TO FILL PASSENGER VOID

DFW International Airport | May 14, 2020

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American Airlines will nearly double its cargo flights to 140 a week as it waits for passengers to return to travel again due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the demand for worldwide cargo capacity increasing and airlines sidelining planes for years due to the sudden drop in travel, Fort Worth-based American said it will ramp up operations, including routes between DFW International Airport and Hong Kong and Beijing....

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EVIATION PARTNERS WITH CLAY LACY AVIATION FOR ALICE ALL-ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT CHARGING STATIONS

Eviation Aircraft | September 15, 2021

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Eviation Aircraft, a global manufacturer of all-electric aircraft, today announced a partnership with Clay Lacy Aviation to provide electric charging as part of its Fixed Based Operator (FBO) network of services. The partnership is the first FBO agreement for Eviation that will allow for the charging of Alice, its all-electric aircraft, at all Clay Lacy Aviation FBOs in preparation for the plane's expected entry into service in 2024. For more than 50 years, Clay Lacy Aviation ...

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Simple Flying | February 20, 2020

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TAP EXPANDS GRASP ON LATIN AMERICA WITH AVIANCA CODESHARE

Avianca and TAP Air Portugal signed a new codeshare agreement. It will be valid from 27 February onwards and it will enable passengers of the South American carrier to connect to several cities in Portugal and Europe. This new codeshare agreement will allow the travelers of Avianca, departing from Bogota, to connect on the following cities operated by TAP: London, Munich, Madrid, Barcelona, and Porto....

Read More

Boeing | September 07, 2020

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FAA REVIEWS BOEING DREAMLINER QUALITY-CONTROL LAPSES AFTER PRODUCTION PROBLEMS, WSJ REPORTS

The Federal Aviation Administration is reviewing quality-control lapses at Boeing that could stretch back almost a decade, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, citing an internal government memo and people familiar with the matter. The review piles onto the numerous regulatory issues Boeing has faced in the wake of two crashes involving its 737 Max planes that killed all 346 people onboard the two flights. Since then, Boeing has faced renewed scrutiny over its safety standards and manufactur...

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DFW International Airport | May 14, 2020

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AMERICAN AIRLINES RAMPS UP CARGO FLIGHTS TO FILL PASSENGER VOID

American Airlines will nearly double its cargo flights to 140 a week as it waits for passengers to return to travel again due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the demand for worldwide cargo capacity increasing and airlines sidelining planes for years due to the sudden drop in travel, Fort Worth-based American said it will ramp up operations, including routes between DFW International Airport and Hong Kong and Beijing....

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Business Aviation

Eviation Aircraft | September 15, 2021

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EVIATION PARTNERS WITH CLAY LACY AVIATION FOR ALICE ALL-ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT CHARGING STATIONS

Eviation Aircraft, a global manufacturer of all-electric aircraft, today announced a partnership with Clay Lacy Aviation to provide electric charging as part of its Fixed Based Operator (FBO) network of services. The partnership is the first FBO agreement for Eviation that will allow for the charging of Alice, its all-electric aircraft, at all Clay Lacy Aviation FBOs in preparation for the plane's expected entry into service in 2024. For more than 50 years, Clay Lacy Aviation ...

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