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Middle East will require 58,000 pilots by 2035

The Middle East will need 58,000 pilots to meet air travel demand in the region over the next 20 years, US plane maker Boeing has revealed. According to its 2016 Pilot and Technician Outlook, the surge in the Gulf region's pas

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Nestlé to offer Solar Impulse pilots' diet for elderly

The food Nestlé developed for the pilots of Solar Impulse - the first ever solar-powered plane to complete a round-the-world trip - was the only ‘fuel’ on board during their epic adventure. Although that fuel is

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Nestlé to offer Solar Impulse pilots' diet for elderly

The food Nestlé developed for the pilots of Solar Impulse - the first ever solar-powered plane to complete a round-the-world trip - was the only ‘fuel’ on board during their epic adventure. Although that fuel is

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Russian helicopter shot down in Syria, pilots killed

Militants shot down a military helicopter near Palmyra in Syria, killing two Russian pilots on board, Interfax news agency said, quoting Russia's defence ministry. The two men had been attacking a detachment of Islamic State f

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EasyJet pilots to hold day-long strike on Friday

Dozens of easyJet pilots based in the Netherlands will hold a second strike on Friday lasting 24 hours after failing to secure better working hours, pensions and sick pay from the budget airline, the Dutch Airline Pilots Association said.

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80pc of Air France flights will operate despite strike

Air France said on Thursday that 20-30 per cent of its flights would be canceled due to a pilots strike, which is set to start the day after the Euro 2016 soccer tournament kicks off in France. Chief executive officer Frederic Gag

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Air France pilots back strike, no date set

Pilots at Air France have voted in favour of strike action over pay conditions, the head of the SNPL union said on Monday. The vote approved the principle of a lengthy strike but no date was decided, said the SNPL chief Philippe E

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Air France lets female crew avoid Tehran routes

Air France said it would allow female cabin crew and pilots to opt out of flying routes to Tehran after some staff said they did not want to be forced to cover their hair when in Iran. Air France, part of the Franco-Dutch group Ai

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Indian choppers to debut aerobatic performance in Bahrain

Pilots at the helm of colourful Indian choppers are set to take to the skies tomorrow (January 21) for their debut aerobatic performance in Bahrain. Indian Air Force’s (IAF) Sarang Helicopter Display team, which is one of only six choppe

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US body ‘not ensuring pilots’ manual flying skills’

The Federal Aviation Administration is failing to ensure that airline pilots maintain their flying skills so they can safely take control of an aircraft from automated systems during an unexpected event, according to a US Transportation Departme

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