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Air Algérie Disappearance Heightens Aviation Worry - Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal

Air Algérie Disappearance Heightens Aviation Worry
Wall Street Journal
Aviation-industry experts say the spate of accidents is not a true reflection of general safety trends. By many measures, airline safety over the past few years has never been better. Both in terms of the number and the rate of accidents, world-wide ...
Air Algerie plane with 116 people on board has crashed: Algerian aviation officialTimes of India
Missing Air Algerie flight has crashed: Algerian aviation officialThe Express Tribune
Air Algerie Flight AH5017 Crashed, Algerian Aviation Official ConfirmsInternational Business Times
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Aviation industry maintains safety, despite Mali crash - USA TODAY


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Aviation industry maintains safety, despite Mali crash
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Commercial flight is still nearly the safest it has ever been, despite the latest spate of crashes including an Air Algérie flight on Thursday, according to aviation sources. The 81 commercial accidents worldwide last year was up from 75 in 2012, which ...
'I've never seen a week like this' — aviation expert puts recent crashes in ...Yahoo News
Multiple air disasters make for one of aviation's worst weeksLas Vegas Sun
Is 2014 one of the worst years in civil aviation history?The Globe and Mail
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Roundup: Recent aviation crashes and mishaps - USA TODAY


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Roundup: Recent aviation crashes and mishaps
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Reports today that an Air Algerie flight with 116 people aboard has gone missing comes amid a spate of bad aviation news. Although the crashes may have come a few days apart, industry experts say that's nothing more than a coincidence and that air ...

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Exclusive: UN aviation body to hold safety meeting with IATA, others - sources - Reuters


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Exclusive: UN aviation body to hold safety meeting with IATA, others - sources
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MONTREAL (Reuters) - The U.N. civil aviation agency will hold a broad international meeting to discuss airline safety in the industry's most coordinated response to the downing of a Malaysian airliner, two sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
Commercial Aviation Back in the Cross Hairs of Regional ViolenceWall Street Journal
UN aviation body convenes Montreal meeting with IATA, industry - sourcesGMA News

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Children take flight at aviation camp - Tyler Morning Telegraph


Children take flight at aviation camp
Tyler Morning Telegraph
Children lined up to ride on a homebuilt hovercraft, flip the controls inside the cockpit of a Piper Apache and watch their model airplanes soar through the sky this past week during the Aviation 101 camp.

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Aviation-Themed Steakhouse Opens Near Chicago - Flying Magazine


Aviation-Themed Steakhouse Opens Near Chicago
Flying Magazine
Let's face it, you've done the hundred-dollar hamburger thing more times than you can count. If you're in the Chicago area it's time to check a PM Prime, a new steakhouse that pilots will love for the food and the incredible aviation-themed decor ...

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US, European aviation agencies lift travel restrictions to Tel Aviv - FRANCE 24


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US, European aviation agencies lift travel restrictions to Tel Aviv
FRANCE 24
Shortly after the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ended its ban on American flights in and out of Tel Aviv on Thursday, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) also said it had lifted its advisory against air travel to the city. The FAA had ...
Federal Aviation Administration's 24-Hour Flight Ban To Tel Aviv, Includes SFOCBS Local
United to resume flights to Israel following lifting of ban by aviation regulatorsNewser
US Federal Aviation Authority lifts Israel flight banJewish Chronicle
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PLA drills a factor in recent flight delays, China's aviation chief confirms - South China Morning Post (subscription)


PLA drills a factor in recent flight delays, China's aviation chief confirms
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The mainland's civil aviation regulator confirmed yesterday that PLA military exercises and the weather have caused widespread delays at 12 busy airports in the east of the country. A statement from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC ...

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DGCA may meet Federal Aviation Administration next month for fresh audit - Economic Times


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DGCA may meet Federal Aviation Administration next month for fresh audit
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By Mihir Mishra NEW DELHI: The aviation regulator has sought a meeting with the US Federal Aviation Administration next month to apprise it of the safety checks being followed in the country, and seek another audit of India's aviation safety oversight ...

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UN aviation body says Montreal meeting under discussion - Reuters


UN aviation body says Montreal meeting under discussion
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Sources earlier told Reuters that Montreal-based International Civil Aviation Organization would meet industry lobby group IATA and others in Montreal following last week's downing of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine. "(The meeting) is still under ...

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