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2023 Was A Record Year For Aviation Safety, IATA Shares Stats

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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released its 2023 Annual Safety Report for global aviation. Aviation continues to progress on safety, with several 2023 parameters showing “best-ever” results. 

 There were no hull losses or fatal accidents involving passenger jet aircraft in 2023. However, there was a single fatal accident involving… 

Air India Uses Folk Dance Storytelling In New Safety Video

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Air India has released its new safety video, which aligns with the airline’s new brand and features Indian traditional dance forms. Air India’s ‘Safety Mudras’ Air India has reinvented inflight safety with a captivating new video. This innovative guide infuses crucial safety details with the charm of India’s cultural tapestry.… 

Malaysia Airlines Picks Thales Flight Safety Systems For A330neo

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Malaysia Airlines Enhances A330neo Fleet with Thales Avionics for Improved Safety and Navigation Malaysia Airlines, the nation’s flagship carrier, is taking a significant step in aviation safety and navigation. They are updating 20 Airbus A330neo planes with Thales’s latest Thales Flight Management System (FMS) and ACSS’ Traffic Collision Avoidance System… 

Here’s Why Finnair is Weighing Passengers at Helsinki Airport

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Passengers at Helsinki Airport may soon find themselves weighing in as part of Finnair‘s latest data collection project. The airline is taking a proactive approach to aviation safety by determining travelers’ average weight and the weight of their carry-on bags. This vital information helps ensure a perfectly balanced flight every… 

FAA Grounds Boeing 737-9 Fleet Following Alaska Airlines Incident

The Federal Aviation Administration has ordered the temporary grounding of certain Boeing 737-9 MAX aircraft following an incident on an Alaska Airlines flight. The grounding affects 171 aircraft operated by U.S. airlines or in U.S. territory. “The FAA is requiring immediate inspections of certain Boeing 737 MAX 9 planes before… 

Korean Air’s New Safety Video Stars Virtual Flight Attendants

Korean Air has unveiled a groundbreaking inflight safety video featuring virtual human flight attendants. This innovative concept aims to connect with their diverse customer base and enhance passenger engagement. The video showcases Rina, a virtual human flight attendant, and the virtual girl group MAVE. They provide safety instructions in a… 

AAPA Leaders Discuss SAF Usage, Aviation Safety and Growth

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The Asia Pacific Airlines Association seeks greater dialogue with governments on regulatory initiatives. Airline leaders at the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) 67th Assembly of Presidents, which took place in Singapore this week, expressed their satisfaction with the strong revival of air travel in the Asia Pacific region. During… 

Daleks at Heathrow: British Airways Marks 60 Years of Doctor Who

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Dalek Surprises British Airways Customers at London Heathrow Airport to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Doctor Who. British Airways passengers at Heathrow’s Terminal 5 got an unexpected surprise when they encountered a special guest: a Dalek! The fearsome foe from Doctor Who made an appearance, both in the Arrivals hall… 

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