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BA rocks it with Thales pick…plus the TopSeries widebody list

British Airways (BA) yesterday revealed a mammoth deal with Thales to outfit its Airbus A380s, Boeing 787s and new Boeing 777-300ERs with the firm’s TopSeries in-flight entertainment (FE) system. BA has traditionally flown Rockwell Collins IFE on its long-haul fleet, even upgrading from Rockwell’s TES to digital dTES on its Boeing 747s, 767s and 777s. […]

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Chicago is the place for pilots next week

Louis Smith knows a thing or two about the aviation industry. A retired Northwest Airlines captain, who completed his career flying the McDonnell Douglas DC-10 on international routes, Louis heads up FLTops.com, a web-only career planning service for professional pilots. I had the good fortune of meeting Louis earlier this month at the Boyd conference […]

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American Airlines is less safe with ASAP gone: Allied Pilots

Is American Airlines less safe today? The Allied Pilots Association (APA) thinks so.A 14-year old program that provides incentives to airline employees to report safety problems confidentially has been terminated at American, says pilot leadership. In an internal message to members, obtained by RWG, the Allied Pilots Association (APA) says “management’s demand to change the […]

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