Six Superjumbos Idled After Emergency Landing Following Engine
Qantas has grounded its entire fleet of six A380 superjumbo
airliners following an incident in which a plane departing from
Singapore suffered what appeared to be the catastrophic loss of an
engine, forcing an emergency landing.
Signs International Aviation Security Agreement With German
TSA Administrator John S. Pistole visited Yemen Wednesday to
meet with government officials including Deputy Prime Minister
Rashad al-Alimi, officials from the Directorate General of Civil
Aviation and the Ministry of Interior as well as the U.S.
Civil Aviation Authority Of Singapore (CAAS) DOA Goes To Pratt
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has awarded
Design Organization Approval (DOA) to Pratt & Whitney for
support of Pratt & Whitney's multi-year Fleet Technical
Management Agreement with Singapore Airlines Cargo.
Reiterates Commitment To Strengthen Security Following Yemen
DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano spoke Wednesday with leaders from
global shipping companies, including UPS, DHL, FedEx and TNT, to
discuss enhanced air cargo screening and security efforts following
last week’s disrupted attempt to conceal and ship explosive
devices onboard aircraft bound for the U.S.