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Teterboro's Aviation Hall of Fame holds 'open cockpit' event - NorthJersey.com


Teterboro's Aviation Hall of Fame holds 'open cockpit' event
NorthJersey.com
The Open Cockpit event at the Aviation Hall of Fame & Museum, 400 Fred Wehran Drive Teterboro, continues Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $8 for adults and $6 for seniors and children under 12. For more information call 201-288-6344 or visit ...

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Despite crashes, 2014 was safest year in aviation history - USA TODAY


Despite crashes, 2014 was safest year in aviation history
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Is it still safe to fly? That's a question many frequent fliers are asking themselves after Germanwings Flight 9525 crashed in the French Alps on Tuesday, killing all 150 passengers and crew on board. The crash — which investigators now suspect was ...

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Virginia's flight plan to a greener aviation industry - GreenBiz


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Virginia's flight plan to a greener aviation industry
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“We are excited at the opportunity to address sustainability across all airports in our state system,” said Randy Burdette, executive director of the Virginia Department of Aviation. “This pilot program will be the first of its kind and will address ...

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Want a Career in Aviation? - WDTV


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Want a Career in Aviation?
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The aviation center is recruiting high school students who are inspired by planes and want to potentially major in it. Pierpont Community and Technical College held a campus visitation Saturday, telling high school students what the aviation school is ...

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Why the German plane crash is so unusual in aviation history - Washington Post


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Why the German plane crash is so unusual in aviation history
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Aviation security experts say that what unfolded on Germanwings Flight 9525 could not have happened on a U.S. airline due to strict security procedures issued in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Cockpit doors were strengthened, and ...
Germanwings crash prompts aviation overhaulCNBC
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The European Aviation Safety Agency is now recommending two crew members ... - Quartz


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The European Aviation Safety Agency is now recommending two crew members ...
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The European Aviation Safety Agency said today that it plans to update its safety policy regarding crew members in the cockpits of European planes. Up until now, the agency only required one pilot to be in the cockpit at any given time, which ...
EU aviation agency recommends new cockpit safety rulesEUobserver
At A Glance Germanwings Crash: How the Aviation Industry Has ReactedWall Street Journal (blog)
German airlines adopt two-person cockpit rule: aviation bodyYahoo News
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IndiGo tops Indian aviation sector with 37% market share - Economic Times


IndiGo tops Indian aviation sector with 37% market share
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NEW DELHI: A series of heavy discounts helped Indian carriers fly 21.6% more passengers in February this year compared with the same month last year. Budget carrier IndiGo continued to lead the way, registering a record market share of 37.1% during the ...

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Aviation conference swoops into Missoula - Ravalli Republic


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Aviation conference swoops into Missoula
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Former Target Range teacher Kaye Ebelt demonstrates principles of flight to the students. Ebelt returned to Missoula for the aviation conference from Washington, D.C., where she is an Einstein Fellow with the National Science Foundation.

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Make aviation rules uniform - The National


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Make aviation rules uniform
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Shockingly, though, this is not a universal standard – contrary to a general idea that the global aviation industry is governed by common rules and practices. Even though American and Australian airlines are required to follow the rule of two, European ...
Germanwings crash shines spotlight on aviation security standardsSecurityInfoWatch
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Mental health checks for pilots are not rigorous enough in the aviation industryDaily Mail
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​Capt. Sullenberger: Aviation culture needs to allow pilots to get help - CBS News


​Capt. Sullenberger: Aviation culture needs to allow pilots to get help
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It was the co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525, Andreas Lubitz, who was in the cockpit when the plane crashed into the French Alps. Investigators called it a "deliberate" move, one that killed Lubitz and 149 others. His motive is still unclear, leading ...

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