Our man in Tel Aviv, Arie Egozi, discusses on Ariel View how military aircraft that are involved in joint exercises with friendly forces from other countries are being upgraded to meet stringent international air traffic management standards, allowing them to operate safely in commercial airspace. On his blog, David Learmount dismisses the European Cockpit Association’s damning judgement on the Multi-Crew Pilot License. “I have almost always agreed with the ECA’s judgement on operational matters,” he says, “but on this I think they are just plain wrong in almost everything they say.” Meanwhile, Edward Russell explains on the Airline Business blog how the $1.4 billion renovation of Los Angeles International airport’s domestic terminals will benefit both airlines and passengers.
Week on the web 21 January
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