NEW YORK (AP) — Airline pilots are supposed to be the ones we trust.
PARIS: Investigators believe the co-pilot of a German airliner deliberately crashed the plane into the French Alpse earlier this week, killing all 150 people aboard.
November 29, 2013: Mozambique Airlines (LAM) flight TM 470 flying from Maputo to Luanda goes down in northeastern Namibia killing 33. They said flight recorders showed the Embraer 190 went down while Captain Herminio dos Santos Fernandes manipulated its autopilot in a way which "denotes a clear intention" to bring the plane down. October 31, 1999: EgyptAir flight 990, a Boeing 767 en route from ...
Fliers at LA/Ontario International Airport will have new service to Mexico City starting April 6. Aeromexico announced Wednesday it would begin four round-trip flights a week from the Ontario airport.
It's rare for pilots to intentionally crash commercial airliners but Tuesday's Germanwings jet crash in the French Alps is not the first where suspicion falls on a pilot.
Tokyo, Mar. 26 (ANI): Japan Airlines (JAL) believes in providing its customers with a safe and punctual flight, and the operation manager plays a key role in fulfilling those values. The JAL Operation Control Centre manages around 720 flights everyday, planning and deciding the route taken during each journey. The other important role of Operation Control Centre is to handle emergencies. "I ...
Japan Airlines, JAL, is expanding the installation of its onboard Wi-Fi service, ‘JAL SKY Wi-Fi’ to all of its domestic fights.
Japan Airlines will be expanding its in-flight WIFI services for customers. Since 2012, Japan Airlines has been offering in-flight services with Boeing 777-300ERs.
Beginning in the spring, American Airlines will offer nonstop service to Guadalajara, Mexico, and Belize City, Belize, and Japan Airlines will add nonstop service to Osaka, Japan, a route it discontinued eight years ago.
Haruka Nishimatsu: Japan Airlines CEO Is A True Leader, Sets Example For CEOs During Business Depression9 Mar
There is a belief among economic gurus, workplace coaches, and financial advisers that the success of a company usually depends on how executives present themselves, not only during times of success, but also times of sacrifice. This concept is what separates bosses from leaders. A boss will observe the workers from a place of comfort, Haruka Nishimatsu: Japan Airlines CEO Is A True Leader, Sets ...