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SeaTec Consulting, Inc. (“SeaTec”) is an innovative, high-performing technology and business consulting firm serving customers in aviation, aerospace, defense and government sectors. SeaTec has consulted with large systems integrators, aircraft manufacturers, airlines, airports, service providers, maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) providers, regulators and startups on a wide variety of projects including new business incubation, new aircraft systems engineering, product development and other advanced technology programs.

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JetBlue | March 08, 2022

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JetBlue today announced it is once again accepting applications for its pilot Gateways. With seven distinct education and training paths for pilots and aircraft maintenance technicians, JetBlue’s industry-leading Gateways offer anyone with the talent and dream of flying a range of pathways into the industry, opening the door for more people to discover and define their own career path in aviation. As the airline with the longest-running pathway programs, JetBlue is proud to continue its le...

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THE NEW AEROPLAN IS COSTING AIR CANADA THE SAME AS A NEW WIDEBODY AIRCRAFT

Air Canada | October 05, 2020

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It’s just a few weeks now until the new and revamped Aeroplan launches, which will see several passenger-friendly changes taking place. On top of what Air Canada spent to take the program back in house in 2017, it has invested the value of a new widebody aircraft in perfecting the digital structure to support the new plan. Mark Nasr, Vice President of Loyalty and E-Commerce at Air Canada, discussed these changes....

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CATHAY PACIFIC SIGNS AGREEMENT WITH AIRBUS TO DEFER AIRCRAFT DELIVERIES, BOEING NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUES

Cathay Pacific Group | July 22, 2020

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As a cash preservation measure, Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific revealed today that it had signed an agreement with Airbus to defer deliveries of its A350-900s, A350-1000s, and A321neos. The airline is in advanced negotiations to delay the order of its Boeing 777-9s as well. In its official prospectus sent to Simple Flying, the delayed deliveries are expected to “produce cash savings to the Cathay Pacific Group in the short to medium term.” The prospectus is for the ai...

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UNITED AIRLINES WARNS CUTTING MORE PILOTS AS RESULT OF LOW TRAVEL DEMAND

United Airlines | July 30, 2020

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United Airlines on Thursday warned it may need to furlough more pilots than previously expected as a significant rebound in travel demand remains distant. The terms of a federal bailout that provided $25 billion to passenger airlines and $7 billion to cargo airlines and contractors prohibits them from cutting jobs or pay rates until Oct. 1. But carriers are now warning their workers about potential cuts this fall, urging them to take voluntary time off or buyout agreements to slash costs....

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JETBLUE NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR PILOT GATEWAY PROGRAMS

JetBlue | March 08, 2022

JetBlue today announced it is once again accepting applications for its pilot Gateways. With seven distinct education and training paths for pilots and aircraft maintenance technicians, JetBlue’s industry-leading Gateways offer anyone with the talent and dream of flying a range of pathways into the industry, opening the door for more people to discover and define their own career path in aviation. As the airline with the longest-running pathway programs, JetBlue is proud to continue its le...

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THE NEW AEROPLAN IS COSTING AIR CANADA THE SAME AS A NEW WIDEBODY AIRCRAFT

Air Canada | October 05, 2020

It’s just a few weeks now until the new and revamped Aeroplan launches, which will see several passenger-friendly changes taking place. On top of what Air Canada spent to take the program back in house in 2017, it has invested the value of a new widebody aircraft in perfecting the digital structure to support the new plan. Mark Nasr, Vice President of Loyalty and E-Commerce at Air Canada, discussed these changes....

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CATHAY PACIFIC SIGNS AGREEMENT WITH AIRBUS TO DEFER AIRCRAFT DELIVERIES, BOEING NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUES

Cathay Pacific Group | July 22, 2020

As a cash preservation measure, Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific revealed today that it had signed an agreement with Airbus to defer deliveries of its A350-900s, A350-1000s, and A321neos. The airline is in advanced negotiations to delay the order of its Boeing 777-9s as well. In its official prospectus sent to Simple Flying, the delayed deliveries are expected to “produce cash savings to the Cathay Pacific Group in the short to medium term.” The prospectus is for the ai...

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UNITED AIRLINES WARNS CUTTING MORE PILOTS AS RESULT OF LOW TRAVEL DEMAND

United Airlines | July 30, 2020

United Airlines on Thursday warned it may need to furlough more pilots than previously expected as a significant rebound in travel demand remains distant. The terms of a federal bailout that provided $25 billion to passenger airlines and $7 billion to cargo airlines and contractors prohibits them from cutting jobs or pay rates until Oct. 1. But carriers are now warning their workers about potential cuts this fall, urging them to take voluntary time off or buyout agreements to slash costs....

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