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OPINION: Surgeons, pilots and others end up getting too old to work so why not politicians?

12h00 02/12/2019 | Opinion Brian Joondeph | Doctor Older surgeons are under increasing scrutiny as their competence and ability to practice medicine is challenged, especially as many of them continue to work in their sixties or seventies. The New York… Continue Reading →

The Air Force seeks to end experienced pilots in hemorrhage despite the shortage of personnel

OTTAWA – A shortage of experienced pilots is forcing the Royal Canadian Air Force to be discerning the need to maintain a sufficient number of experienced airmen to train new recruits and conduct missions in the air. Commander of the… Continue Reading →

Royal Canadian Air Force strives to end experienced pilots with bleeding

OTTAWA – A shortage of experienced pilots is forcing the Royal Canadian Air Force to be discerning the need to maintain a sufficient number of experienced airmen to train new recruits and conduct missions in the air. Commander of the… Continue Reading →

China Airlines pilots go on strike during Lunar New Year race

TAIPEI, Taiwan – The pilots of the Chinese airline Taiwan Airlines went on strike in the middle of the Lunar New Year's peak period, forcing the cancellation of at least 18 flights over the next few days and blocking flights…. Continue Reading →

Industry needs pilots, Mx Techs now, says NBAA Chief

With the privatization of the ATC now in the rear-view mirror, NBAA plans to focus this year on the acute staff shortage in aviation, said federal chairman and CEO Ed Bolen this morning at the NBAA Regional Forum in West… Continue Reading →

A villager pays tribute to his fellow army helicopter pilots with a specialized golf cart

William "Bill" villager Shawn shines with pride as he talks about his 13-month "obsession" and "love job". The retired Lieutenant Colonel of the Army, dressed in a beige flight suit with an identification plate, gloves and a helmet, represents all… Continue Reading →

Drone pilots are already caught ignoring the ban on the Super Bowl flight

While millions of Americans are anxiously awaiting the excitement of Sunday's Super Bowl, a handful of flies have been caught flouting a drone bans flying over Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz stadium just days before the game. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) imposed… Continue Reading →

Behind the lion's air crash, a trail of decisions kept pilots in the dark

Boeing claimed that the pilots during the penultimate flight of the same Lion Air plane that crashed had encountered a similar, albeit less serious problem. They solved the problem by disabling the stabilizer cutout switches, according to the checklist in… Continue Reading →

FBI: Drone pilots caught flying in Super Bowl area face fine and jail time

0 FBI: Drone pilots caught flying in Super Bowl area face fine and jail time ATLANTA – FBI officials have confiscated half a dozen unauthorized drones flying around the Mercedes-Benz stadium, in anticipation of the Super Bowl 53. The Federal… Continue Reading →

Nine NASA Oceana Pilots to Honor Navy Veteran on First Women's Flyover

(CORRUGATED) Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, disseminated, rewritten or redistributed. (CORRUGATED) VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) – A special women's group at Naval Air Station Oceana makes history. This weekend they will… Continue Reading →

Charter pilots are good in the Australian fatigue study

Charter pilots reported more hours of sleep in the previous 48 hours than long and short-distance pilots, according to a new investigation into commercial pilot fatigue by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB). The study, based on responses from 625… Continue Reading →

Charter pilots did well in the Australian fatigue study

Charter pilots reported more hours of sleep in the previous 48 hours than long and short-distance pilots, according to a new investigation into commercial pilot fatigue by the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB). The study, based on responses from 625… Continue Reading →

Death of Tolkien, father of the iconic translation of the Hebrew pilots

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter A HEBREW translation of 'The Hobbit'. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons) X Dear reader, As you can imagine, more people are reading the Jerusalem Post than ever before. Nevertheless, traditional economic models are no longer… Continue Reading →

The pilots of "Jane the Virgin" and "Riverdale" commanded by the CW

The CW has ordered four new pilots, including pilots based on "Jane the Virgin" and drama series Archie Comics "Riverdale." the "Jane the Virgin" "Jane the Novela" is a series of anthologies of telenovela or soap opera where each season… Continue Reading →

The Airline Pilots Association tells Donald Trump that the government's stop is putting security at risk

The Airline Pilots Association (ALPA) has called on President Donald Trump to end the government's closure, saying that it jeopardized the safety of the national airspace system. "The country's airspace system is a complex transportation network that involves partnerships between… Continue Reading →

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