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A Closer Look at AEGEAN’s Dazzling Neo-era Uniforms

  • 3 min read

Renowned Greek brands collaborate to create AEGEAN’s fresh brand image. Greek airline AEGEAN has recently undergone a complete rebranding effort called Neo-era. As part of this transformation, the airline has partnered with the esteemed fashion brand Zeus+Δione to design its new uniforms. The creative direction of Marios Schwab was instrumental… 

SWISS Replaces Faulty Protective Breathing Equipment (PBE)

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SWISS has discovered issues with certain protective breathing equipment (PBE) used by its crew members. This equipment is designed to safeguard against smoke and vapors in the unlikely event of a smoke incident on board.

90 Years of Sky Fashion: A Brief History of Air France Uniforms

  • 10 min read

Air France has always been known for its unique sense of style, even when it comes to the uniforms of its crew members. As we celebrate 90 years of Air France, let’s review a brief history of their in-flight fashion.

Embraer and FlightSafety Enhance Pilot Training with New Praetor Full-Flight Simulators in the US and Europe

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In a move that underscores the growing global demand for specialized pilot training, Embraer and FlightSafety International have announced the inauguration of a new Praetor full-flight simulator in Orlando, Florida. Another simulator will be operational in Europe by the end of 2024, significantly expanding the training infrastructure for Praetor jets.

HiSky Growth: First Widebody A330-200 for Fleet and Recruiting

  • 7 min read

Air Lease Corporation (NYSE: AL) has announced a long-term lease placement for one Airbus A330-200 aircraft with HiSky. Scheduled to deliver to the European carrier in 2023, this A330-200 aircraft joins one A319-100, four A320-200s, and two A321-200neo LR aircraft currently leased to HiSky from ALC.

Brussels Airlines Returns to Nairobi with Tenth Long-Haul A330

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Brussels Airlines has added a tenth Airbus A330 to its fleet, reaffirming its commitment to growth in the Sub-Saharan African region. This expansion will enable the airline to reintroduce the Nairobi route and increase the frequency of flights to Kigali. As a result, Brussels Airlines will offer connections to 18 destinations in Sub-Saharan Africa. The airline is hiring ground staff and crew to support these routes.

Airline Workers Take a Stand Against Passenger Assaults: The Assault Won’t Fly Campaign

  • 5 min read

In recent times, alarming reports have emerged about assaults on flight attendants. In response to this crisis, flight attendants and other essential airline workers affiliated with the Transport Workers Union (TWU), staged a significant action at Newark Liberty International Airport. This action aimed to raise awareness about the ‘Assault Won’t Fly’ campaign, which targets the increasing incidents of unruly passengers assaulting airline staff.

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