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Air France KLM narrows losses, warns of turbulence as pilots' pay cut
Air France-KLM said Wednesday it cut its losses in the first quarter of 2016 but passenger traffic to Paris was affected by terror attacks.
Kazakh air ambulance with sick baby aboard crashes, killing five
An air ambulance helicopter carrying a baby girl with suspected leukaemia to hospital has crashed in Kazakhstan, killing all five on board.
Helicopter crashes in Kazakhstan, pilot walks 5km despite severe burns
A helicopter has crashed in Zhambyl Oblast in Kazakhstan's south. Pilot sustained severe burns, but walked 5km to the nearest village.
Turkey sends corpse of shot down pilot back to Russia: reports
Turkey on Monday sent back to Russia the corpse of a pilot killed when his plane was shot down by the Turkish air force for allegedly violating its air space on the Syrian border.
Female Afghan 'Top Gun' soars above gender barrier
With a hint of swagger, Afghanistan's first female pilot since the fall of the Taliban is defying death threats and archaic gender norms.
Shymkent pilots built figure 70 in sky
Pilots in Shymkent have built a figure of 70 in the sky.
Pilot of crash plane was locked out of cockpit: report
A pilot of the plane that crashed in the French Alps left the cockpit before the fateful descent and was left trying to smash the door down but still failed to get back in.
Air Astana to focus on Kazakh pilots
Kazakhstan’s national airline Air Astana plans to increase the number of Kazakh pilots in the company.
Pilots, cabin crew 'twice as likely to get skin cancer'
Airline pilots and cabin crew are twice as likely to suffer from skin cancer because of regular exposure to harmful ultraviolet rays from the sun.
Japan budget carrier cancels flights due to pilot shortage
Japanese low cost carrier Vanilla Air said Friday it will cancel scores of flights in June because it does not have enough pilots to fly them.
Pilots' strike grounds Lufthansa
Lufthansa, Germany's biggest airline, said Monday it will be forced to cancel most of its flights later this week, grounding as many as 425,000 passengers, due to a pilots' strike.
Malaysia corrects last words from Flight MH370
Malaysia's civil aviation department said late Monday the last words spoken by one of pilots of missing Flight MH370 were "Good night Malaysian three seven zero", and not the more casual "All right, good night" originally reported.
US Air Force lacks volunteers to operate drones
The US Air Force is unable to keep up with a growing demand for pilots capable of operating drones, partly due to a shortage of volunteers.
Study finds brain lesions in spy plane pilots
Tiny brain lesions are vastly more common in US Air Force pilots who fly at high altitudes than in non-pilots.
Asiana pilots appeared unaware of speed until too late
The pilots of the Asiana Boeing 777 that crashed in San Francisco appeared to be unaware the plane was flying too slowly until just seconds before the aircraft slammed into the ground.
Asiana pilot 'couldn't see runway' before US crash
The flight crew of the Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 which crash landed at San Francisco Airport couldn't see the runway just seconds earlier, given how far the plane was out of position.
Asiana says crash pilot was undergoing training
Asiana Airlines said Monday that the pilot in charge when one of its jets crashed in San Francisco at the weekend was still undergoing training for the Boeing 777 he was flying.
Solar plane poised for last flight of US journey
For Swiss pilot Bertrand Piccard, flying an experimental solar aircraft across America has been exhilarating, but perilous at times.
Bali crash pilots pass drug, alcohol tests: official
The pilot and co-pilot of a Lion Air plane that crashed at Bali's airport have passed initial drug tests, as investigators probe the causes of the accident that left dozens injured but no fatalities.
Kazakhstan civil pilots to train in Helsinki
Kazakhstan pilots will get a chance to receive the licenses under European standards and perform both domestic and international flights.
26 august 2014, 18:37
Alarming proportions of child and youth suicide in Kazakhstan
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