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Reflecting the global demand for pilots, Flight Crew Futures ​is a major recruitment event which supports commercial pilots, plus recently-graduated ATPLs and low-hour candidates, by providing an opportunity to explore new and exciting career progression opportunities...

Half naked drunk woman tied up mid flight by cabin crew

A partially dressed drunk woman had to be tied up mid flight from Moscow to Antalya after becoming ‘violent and abusive’ to staff and other passengers. The woman was reportedly out of control after drinking too much duty free before boarding the flight. In an attempt...

How a “one in a million experience” shocked the world

Last Friday, Richard Russell, a ground service agent of Horizon Air managed to steal an empty Q400 turboprop plane from his employer, taxi down the runway and take off before performing dramatic loops in the two engine plane. After being pursued by military jets, the...

Camden-based watchmakers breathe new life into deadwood

How a journey across Africa turned into a quest for style and sustainabilityLondon, 22nd June – When a couple of young entrepreneurs travelling across Africa saw an elderly street artist transforming junk into drums, ornaments and sculptures, they didn’t take photos....

Ryanair pilot strike to cause further disruption

Airports throughout Europe are bracing themselves for even further disruptions this weekend after the news that Ryanair have cancelled a further 250 flights. The additional cancellations brings Ryanair’s total number of grounded flights on Friday to nearly 400 -...

Norwegian launches pilot recruitment drive in Ireland

Norwegian has launched a recruitment drive to try and double the amount of flight crew operating out of Dublin. This is to enable the transatlantic expansion the airline has already announced, increasing the number of services operating…

The worst Farnborough Airshow yet?

Despite Farnborough International Airshow once being hailed as one of the biggest events in the aviation calendar, many plane enthusiasts took to social media after the event to vent their frustrations and disappointment after no aerobatics were performed…

The perfect storm: Why the pilot shortage crisis rumbles on

The pilot shortage crisis is not new news in the world of aviation, but with new aircraft set to enter the global fleet, the demand for pilots is expected to rise dramatically in the next two decades. Boeing predict that 790,000 new pilots will be needed by 2037 to...

EASA reveals new rules on mental fitness for crew members

On March 24th 2015, co-pilot Andreas Lubitz deliberately caused an Airbus A320-211 to crash, killing all 144 passengers and 6 crew members, despite being previously treated for suicidal tendencies and declared ‘unfit for work’ by his doctor. After reaching cruise...

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