The engaging session featured knowledgable presenters Julie Brophy and Charlotte Eastwood from GateOne Consultancy, who led a thought-provoking exploration of cultural issues within the aviation industry.
British tennis player Emma Raducanu, who became the first qualifier to win the U.S. Open, offers a brilliant case study for aviation training leaders looking to get the most from the tech savy, next generation.
Of particular relevance in the aftermath of the Flight 516 accident, JAL has stated its intent to maintain its current rescue training strategy and programs as configured for aspiring cabin attendants. Group Editor Marty Kauchak investigates.
The crew of Alaska Airlines Flight 1282 have been praised for preventing a potentially catastrophic situation after the aircraft experienced an explosive decompression during the climb-out from Portland International Airport (PDX) on Friday January 5th.
This January 2 at 1747 local (Japan Standard Time) a Japan Airlines Airbus A350-900, operating as Flight 516, collided with a Japan Coast Guard De Havilland Canada Dash 8 and caught fire while landing on Runway 34R at Haneda Airport in Tokyo. The runway collision resulted in the deaths of five of the six crew members onboard the Japan Coast Guard Dash. All 367 passengers and 12 crew members on-board the JAL aircraft evacuated.