FSC Aviation Training

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FSC is an independent provider of Flight Crew training and simulator capacity to airlines. FSC operates twelve full flight simulators of various types at its training center in Amsterdam-Schiphol including Airbus A320, Boeing 737-300 and 800, B767 and Do328JET. Additionally, FSC is an Approved Training Organisation (ATO) organisation.

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KLM BAILOUT BACK ON TRACK FOLLOWING AGREEMENT WITH PILOTS

KLM | November 04, 2020

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KLM announced that, following a signature from the Dutch Airline Pilots Association, it had reached an agreement with all the trade unions over employment conditions until 2025. This should fulfill the government’s requirements for its frozen bailout package. With the Dutch authority’s new advice against all international travel lasting until January, the funds are needed now more than ever....

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TEXTRON AVIATION ANNOUNCES FIRST SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT OF TWIN UTILITY TURBOPROP, CESSNA SKYCOURIER

Textron Aviation | May 18, 2020

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First Cessna SkyCourier twin utility turboprop takes flight. The milestone flight is a significant step toward entry into service for the clean-sheet aircraft.

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  • BIG TECH AND AVIATION COMPANIES TO SET STANDARDS FOR NEW DRONE-TRACKING SYSTEM

    Federal Aviation Administration | May 07, 2020

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    The Federal Aviation Administration announced the vendors chosen to develop the underlying technology and standards for tracking drones and their pilots as part of a new regulatory regime and marketplace. In December, the agency issued a proposed rule to establish a system for remotely identifying unmanned aerial vehicles more colloquially known as drones called Remote ID. The rule created a framework for tagging drones with unique radio wave identifiers that are broadcast directl...

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    EXPRESSJET AIRLINES REACHES NEW CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH FLIGHT ATTENDANTS

    Aviation Pros | March 11, 2020

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    ExpressJet Airlines announced that a new four year collective bargaining agreement (CBA) went into effect on Mar. 9, covering the airline's Flight Attendants represented by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, AFL-CIO. The new agreement, implemented following the conclusion of an arbitration proceeding, includes wage increases for the Flight Attendants and combines two previously separate work groups into one seniority list and contract....

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    BUSINESS AVIATION

    KLM | November 04, 2020

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    KLM BAILOUT BACK ON TRACK FOLLOWING AGREEMENT WITH PILOTS

    KLM announced that, following a signature from the Dutch Airline Pilots Association, it had reached an agreement with all the trade unions over employment conditions until 2025. This should fulfill the government’s requirements for its frozen bailout package. With the Dutch authority’s new advice against all international travel lasting until January, the funds are needed now more than ever....

    Read More

    Textron Aviation | May 18, 2020

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    TEXTRON AVIATION ANNOUNCES FIRST SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT OF TWIN UTILITY TURBOPROP, CESSNA SKYCOURIER

    First Cessna SkyCourier twin utility turboprop takes flight. The milestone flight is a significant step toward entry into service for the clean-sheet aircraft.

  • Read More
  • Federal Aviation Administration | May 07, 2020

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    BIG TECH AND AVIATION COMPANIES TO SET STANDARDS FOR NEW DRONE-TRACKING SYSTEM

    The Federal Aviation Administration announced the vendors chosen to develop the underlying technology and standards for tracking drones and their pilots as part of a new regulatory regime and marketplace. In December, the agency issued a proposed rule to establish a system for remotely identifying unmanned aerial vehicles more colloquially known as drones called Remote ID. The rule created a framework for tagging drones with unique radio wave identifiers that are broadcast directl...

    Read More

    Aviation Pros | March 11, 2020

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    EXPRESSJET AIRLINES REACHES NEW CONTRACT AGREEMENT WITH FLIGHT ATTENDANTS

    ExpressJet Airlines announced that a new four year collective bargaining agreement (CBA) went into effect on Mar. 9, covering the airline's Flight Attendants represented by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, AFL-CIO. The new agreement, implemented following the conclusion of an arbitration proceeding, includes wage increases for the Flight Attendants and combines two previously separate work groups into one seniority list and contract....

    Read More