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Aviation Australia Riyadh College (AARC) is a partnership between Aviation Australia and Shamal Commercial Investments of Saudi Arabia. AARC commenced operations in late 2014 under Saudi Arabia’s Colleges of Excellence initiative and offers world-class aviation maintenance training at a brand new, purpose designed training and maintenance facility at King Khalid International Airport on the outskirts of Riyadh.

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NASA | November 25, 2021

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NASA Administrator Bill Nelson visited Orlando International Airport in Florida and met with aviation leaders to discuss implementing aircraft flight scheduling technology developed by the agency that will soon improve dependability for passengers – which is especially important during peak travel times like the Thanksgiving holiday. In September, the technology that was tested during NASA's Airspace Technology Demonstration 2 (ATD-2) was transferred to the Federal Aviat...

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FLEXJET ACHIEVES CARBON-NEUTRAL FLIGHT OPERATIONS THROUGH COLLABORATION WITH 4AIR

Flexjet, 4AIR | May 18, 2021

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Flexjet LLC, a global leader in fractional private jet travel, reported today that it has reached carbon-neutral flight operations as a result of its collaboration with 4AIR, the first and only rating system focusing on holistic sustainability in private aviation. Flexjet has been buying credits to offset carbon emissions from all flights booked by its US-based Owners since January 2021. Flexjet's checked credits will finance carbon offset projects that will negate the effect of emissions ge...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES TO CEASE LATAM CODESHARES FROM FEBRUARY 1ST

Simple Flying | January 20, 2020

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American Airlines is about to lose access to one of the biggest airline networks in South America, LATAM, as the carrier switches over to supporting Delta. Delta Air Lines pulled the rug out from under American Airlines by purchasing 20% of LATAM in 2019 for USD$1.9 billion. American Airlines was codeshared with LATAM and now stands to lose access to LATAM’s impressive South American network....

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DELTA TO EXTEND LOYALTY BENEFITS INTO 2021

Delta | September 24, 2020

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Delta announced it is extending some loyalty benefits put in place this year into 2021 to allow more SkyMiles Members the opportunity to use the benefits they earned but were not able to this year because of COVID-19. All SkyMiles Members will have any change or cancellation fees waived for flights booked from March 2020 through to the end of this year. Cancellation or changes made to flights purchased using miles will no longer result in the loss of those miles....

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AIRPORT MANAGEMENT

NASA'S AVIATION TECH TO ROLL OUT TO AIRPORTS, SAVE TIME FOR PASSENGERS

NASA | November 25, 2021

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson visited Orlando International Airport in Florida and met with aviation leaders to discuss implementing aircraft flight scheduling technology developed by the agency that will soon improve dependability for passengers – which is especially important during peak travel times like the Thanksgiving holiday. In September, the technology that was tested during NASA's Airspace Technology Demonstration 2 (ATD-2) was transferred to the Federal Aviat...

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AIR TRANSPORT

FLEXJET ACHIEVES CARBON-NEUTRAL FLIGHT OPERATIONS THROUGH COLLABORATION WITH 4AIR

Flexjet, 4AIR | May 18, 2021

Flexjet LLC, a global leader in fractional private jet travel, reported today that it has reached carbon-neutral flight operations as a result of its collaboration with 4AIR, the first and only rating system focusing on holistic sustainability in private aviation. Flexjet has been buying credits to offset carbon emissions from all flights booked by its US-based Owners since January 2021. Flexjet's checked credits will finance carbon offset projects that will negate the effect of emissions ge...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES TO CEASE LATAM CODESHARES FROM FEBRUARY 1ST

Simple Flying | January 20, 2020

American Airlines is about to lose access to one of the biggest airline networks in South America, LATAM, as the carrier switches over to supporting Delta. Delta Air Lines pulled the rug out from under American Airlines by purchasing 20% of LATAM in 2019 for USD$1.9 billion. American Airlines was codeshared with LATAM and now stands to lose access to LATAM’s impressive South American network....

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DELTA TO EXTEND LOYALTY BENEFITS INTO 2021

Delta | September 24, 2020

Delta announced it is extending some loyalty benefits put in place this year into 2021 to allow more SkyMiles Members the opportunity to use the benefits they earned but were not able to this year because of COVID-19. All SkyMiles Members will have any change or cancellation fees waived for flights booked from March 2020 through to the end of this year. Cancellation or changes made to flights purchased using miles will no longer result in the loss of those miles....

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