Aviation Information Technology firm, SITA, announces that Barbara Dalibard has been appointed as the new CEO of the company starting July 1, 2016. Dalibard replaces the current CEO Francesco Violante who will step down later this year after a 13 year term.
Sometimes we get so wrapped up in our everyday nonsense that we forget our legacy–then fate sends us a kind reminder. Here’s a swift kick in the ass from our Aunt Amelia, in the form of a kind, ironic letter.
After closing 2015 with a major setback for the rights of women in aviation–in particular for cabin crew professionals–the Association of Flight Attendants, CWA (AFA) International has fought back.
Julie Holebakken, a 17-year old student from Nordby was made director of airport services at Oslo Airport for one day, working side by side with the full-time airport services director Henning Bråtebæk, as part of a program intended to foster entrepreneurship, […]
When reading up on what many agreed was an inappropriate post by Chris Clark on Air Facts about the “damage” the use of the hashtag AvGeek is doing to Aviation, the phrase storm in a teacup comes to mind, except the real […]