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  • Asiana crash spotlights pilots training procedure

    The Asiana Airlines pilot who was flying the B777 which crashed at the San Francisco airport on July 6 was being trained on this type of aircraft. Nothing really special. Here are just some of the answers.
     

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  • First images after the Asiana Airlines crash

    The first images of the Asiana Airlines (South Korea) B777, which crashed July 6, 2013 at San Francisco airport coming from Seoul in which 182 passengers were injured and 2 killed. The American branch of the Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has opened an investigation.
     

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  • British Airways takes delivery of its first A380

    On July 4, British Airways (BA) took delivery of the first of its twelve A380’s ordered, becoming the 10th. user of the super jumbo in the world. The British company will use the new aircraft on routes from London Heathrow to Los Angeles and Hong Kong.
     

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  • United Airlines dresses for summer ... and winter !

    After Qantas, Turkish Airlines and Fiji Airways, United presents us with its new collection! All employees of the U.S. company have been provided with new uniforms since June 25. What do they look like ?
     

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  • The different low-cost models

    During the ‘French Connect’ forum recently held in Bordeaux (south-western France), many low-cost airlines came to talk about 'their' model, because there is not just one low-cost model, but several...
     

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  • The new Germanwings is here !

    After launching its low-cost airline called Germanwings in January, Lufthansa has decided to drive the point home... This July 1, the "New Germanwings" is now in service. What has changed ?
     

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  • Digital press of Air France on test

    Since April 16, Air France has offered its Frequent Flyers a range of digital media ... 24 hours before their flight passengers can download newspapers and magazines to their touchpad. A first in the world of aviation !
     

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  • Vueling and the art of flying European !

    The spanish airline Vueling and Mies van der Rohe Architecture Foundation recently held a contest: to customize the fuselage of an A320 on the theme of "Building Europe through cities and culture"... The winners were able to see the fruits of their labour at Barcelona airport...
     

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  • The meteoric rise of the "low cost’s"...

    Over the past ten years, the low-cost airlines have shaken up the air landscape and have had no problems in competing with the larger 'traditional' companies ! What is the key to their success ? How can the conventional operators counter this offensive ? Some answers follow...
     

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  • A french chef on board…

    Nearly three months after the launch of the A380 on the daily flight Paris (CDG) - Kuala Lumpur (KUL), Malaysia Airlines called in a young, but already well-known french chef, to create the First and Business class menus. We met Amandine Chaignot.
     

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  • When the boss of Virgin gets all dolled up

    On May 12th., Richard Branson played air-hostess on Air Asia between Perth, Australia and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Why such a get-up ? Here’s why…
     

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  • Qantas has a new look !

    Qantas recently unveiled the new uniform to be worn by its some 12,600 employees in 2014. The Australian company called in the designer Martin Grant to design 35 pieces of clothing. The result ?
     

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  • Asia's great leap forward

    With 88 million passengers in 2012, Atlanta airport in the United States is still the busiest in the world. But for how long? Beijing’s airport may well change things.
     

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  • In-flight turbulence ahead !

    Each year, there are tens of thousands of incidents of in-flight turbulence. This figure, according to a british scientific study just published, is expected to double by 2050. How come ?
     

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  • easyJet: the end of check-in desks

    The british low-cost will soon be closing all check-in desks. easyJet passengers will need to register their luggage on the internet when they buy their tickets... But why ?
     

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  • USA: knives allowed on board !

    By the end of the month the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will allow knives, golf clubs and baseball bats in the cabin; paradoxically, a measure that should enable an increase in aviation safety. In June 2013, the US Government has finally renounced this measure.
     

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  • Low prices : a reality ?

    Companies no longer hesitate to promote their attractive low prices. At the launch of Hop!, the regional subsidiary of Air France offering one-way tickets at 55 euros, we wanted to know what the facts really are...
     

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  • Facelift for KLM’s business class

    In wishing to give a "facelift" to its Business Class, the dutch company KLM called in the famous designer Hella Jongerius. With the seat being manufactured by B/E Aerospace, after two years of hard work, this is the result...
     

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  • Ryanair confirms the order !

    Ryanair has just ordered 175 Boeing B737’s. The purpose of the manoeuvre for the low-cost Irish airline: to increase by 20 million, the annual number of passengers carried - and they could well do it before the end of the year !
     

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