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  • The rivalry between Airbus and Boeing is about to hit new levels, with Airbus already getting approval for the expansion of the A350-1000 and, at the same time, working on launching a longer-range version of the X321 to rival Boeing’s 77-8, 777-9 and the 777X models.
  • The recruitment landscape is changing. First off, the focus has shifted from academic credentials to experience and soft skills. You still need the papers, but you need proof of ability and soft skills more.
  • What's new in the world of aviation? The technology is evolving, and new rules and regulations are being put in place. The field is constantly changing, and as it does, so does the demand for jobs. So, which are the hottest aviation jobs of 2020? Let's look.
  • Commercial airline pilots have a huge job. Not only do they operate an incredibly complex piece of machinery, but they're also responsible for the safety of often hundreds of people at a time.
  • Whether you are just starting your career in the aviation industry or are hoping to advance, now is an excellent time to begin your job search. Demand in aviation is at an all-time high as companies struggle to find qualified personnel to keep pace with the record flow of passengers and goods.
  • Yes, initially. However, the blanket ban is set to be lifted, meaning that diabetic pilots will soon be able to fly commercial airplanes. Here’s what you need to know.
  • Following the heightened burst of passenger and freight traffic of the holiday season, activity on the ground really starts to heat up. The aircraft that have been in operation through those hectic weeks have to be brought in for extensive maintenance.
  • Since most planning and budgeting are based on the calendar year, many companies defer new hiring until the New Year arrives.
  • The predicted shortage of commercial pilots is becoming a reality. Rapidly growing global demand for professional pilots of passenger and cargo aircraft will soon begin to outstrip the available supply.
  • As many of us prepare to fly during the holiday season, the question of which airline to fly can be a tough decision. Not all airlines are equal, as is seen in the pricing disparity, consumer ratings, convenience, and, notably, our previous experiences.
  • Depending on the position you’re interested in, the skills required will vary. However, there are five basic interpersonal skills that every prospective aviation employer looks for.
  • The success of any company is a function of the effectiveness of its employees. This concept is most pronounced in the aviation industry, where safety, consistency, and accuracy are essential attributes.
  • To stand out among such a large pool of jobseekers, you must stand out The following are five job-hunting skills to help you separate yourself from the rest of the pack.
  • Boeing’s situation seems to be only getting worse. Following recent crashes and mechanical hiccups that have left many airlines and various state governments questioning the manufacturer’s planes, it appears that the American aircraft manufacturer might be forced to cut the production of it’s 787...
  • Successful companies and entrepreneurs must be responsive to an ever-changing environment, often having to be ready to travel on short notice to address pressing issues.
  • Your cover letter is your initial introduction to a prospective employer. The purpose is to grab the reader’s attention and entice them to want to learn more about you through an interview. A monotonous and poorly written cover letter may automatically redirect the employer’s interest to the next...
  • Airlines and airports are preparing for what could be a record-breaking holiday travel season in the United States. Being a year in which the relatively low fuel prices kept airline tickets reasonably within reach, more people are expected to leverage air travel.
  • Sunday, October 5th, 2019, will go down in history one of the biggest days in the aviation world. On the now popular International Girls in Aviation Day, Delta Airlines, under the WING program, chose to have a flight fully planned and orchestrated by a female crew - something that has never happe...
  • As the demand for new pilots in commercial and private aviation reaches a critical stage in the coming decades, could the newest Microsoft’s Flight Simulator play a role in creating interest among the next generation to become pilots?
  • The global commercial aircraft fleet is set to more than double over the next two decades, Airbus’ latest Global Market Forecast shows. According to the forecast, up to 25,000 additional commercial planes will be required by 2038, taking fleet numbers to about 48,000 from the current 23,000.