Welcome: Qantas Hong Kong Lounge

April 10, 2014

Pia Miller showcases a new standard of luxury and convenience at the Qantas Hong Kong Lounge, and unveils our new premium range of ultra-light luggage.

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AEROPYRENEES Flight Center

Based on the Perpignan Airport since 1972 and Toussus le Noble since September 2012, AEROPYRENEES Flight Center is the first professional pilot school in the private sector in France. Today AeroPyrénées is a reference in the aeronautical training sector. Since its creation, the school totals more than 350 000 hours of training, it would be necessary today more than 8 Airbus 380 to transport all trainees trained since its creation.

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Why Does Aviation Use Nautical Miles?

video | April 15, 2021

Apart from pilots and sea captains, most of us use either the Imperial or the metric system when calculating how far we need to get to where we are going. However, air navigation has adopted the ways of its marine counterpart, as it also covers distances great enough to cross several latitudinal lines- Not to mention, to save air traffic control a great deal of potential confusion when communicating with international pilots....

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DECK 7 - General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)

video | May 23, 2018

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video | March 9, 2020

Lufthansa looks set to ground its Airbus A380s following a major drop off in load factors across the board. In today's video, I take a look at the situation!...

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Flybe Ceases All Operations

video | March 5, 2020

Flybe has today ceased all operations following it entering into administration. In today's video, I take a look at the fall of Flybe and the impact on smaller regional U.K airports!...

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Spotlight

AEROPYRENEES Flight Center

Based on the Perpignan Airport since 1972 and Toussus le Noble since September 2012, AEROPYRENEES Flight Center is the first professional pilot school in the private sector in France. Today AeroPyrénées is a reference in the aeronautical training sector. Since its creation, the school totals more than 350 000 hours of training, it would be necessary today more than 8 Airbus 380 to transport all trainees trained since its creation.

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