16 June 2016

EgyptAir flight MS804 cockpit voice recorder recovered

Only a day after it had been announced that the deep search vessel John Lethbridge had found fuselage wreckage of EgyptAir’s flight MS804 in “several main locations”, investigators have confirmed that not only has the ‘black box’ cockpit voice recorder been recovered, but that despite extensive damage, the memory unit remained intact – “The vessel’s […]

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SWISS Board of Directors announces personnel changes

Reto Francioni succeeded Bruno Gehrig as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS). Bruno Gehrig and Christoph Franz have stepped down from the Board; and Doris Russi Schurter has been newly appointed to its ranks. The Board of Directors of Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) reconstituted itself following the General

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Alaska Airlines taps three new managing directors

Alaska Airlines reported the promotion of three employees to new positions as managing director. Molly Gabel has been promoted to managing director, associate general counsel of labor and employment. Gabel has worked for Alaska Airlines as a senior attorney since 2013, focusing on labor relations, collective bargaining, grievances and compliance with labor laws. Troy Kaser

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The Weather Company collaborates with Gogo Business Aviation

Each year, turbulence incidents cost airlines approximately US$100m due to crew and passenger injuries, unscheduled maintenance, operational inefficiencies, and revenue lost while planes are out of service. Studies have shown that aircraft encounters with turbulence are the leading cause of non-fatal injuries in the commercial airline industry. Dedicated to improving aviation safety, The Weather Company,

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BOC Aviation delivers two new Boeing 737-800 aircraft to Transavia

BOC Aviation has delivered two new Boeing 737-800 aircraft to Transavia, a new customer for the Company. Transavia, a member of the Air France KLM Group, operates scheduled and charter flights to more than 110 destinations, primarily in Europe and Northern Africa. The low-cost airline offers flights from its seven hubs in three European markets;

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