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January 13, 2015 3:59 AM United Airlines Outsourcing Plans Place 2,000 Jobs At Risk

United Airlines has announced that is in the process of assessing whether to outsource approximately 2,000 jobs at airports around the United States. Chinese smartphone developer company Xiaomi has received a favorable appraisal: the corporation is worth approximately $45 billion, the New York Times reports. Are you annoyed with your iPhone? The Canada-based 30

January 13, 2015 12:30 AM Starbow carefully considers evening flights to Kumasi

Starbow Airlines, one of the domestic carriers, says it is working at ensuring that it sustains its evening flights to Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region. As a result, the Chief Executive Officer of the airline, Mr James Eric Antwi, says it will not rush into deploring aircraft on the route only to withdraw because of low passenger load. “We are still 21

January 12, 2015 9:40 PM Emirates replace Dubai-Manchester route airline

Emirates airlines said it would replace the aircraft currently servicing its Dubai-Manchester route – a Boeing 777- with an Airbus A380 by February 1, 2015. The introduction of the second daily A380 means that half of Emirates’ 16 daily flights to the United Kingdom would be operated by an A380 from February. A statement by the airline to the GNA said the second 27

January 12, 2015 4:42 PM Malaysia issues arrest warrant for suspects in MH 370 theft

A Malaysian court on Monday issued an arrest warrant for a couple charged with theft from the bank accounts of three passengers and a flight attendant from the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH 370. Deputy Public Prosecutor Fadhli Mahmud said the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court had granted his petition to issue an arrest warrant against the couple after 10

January 12, 2015 3:39 PM GCCA directs domestic airlines to halt operations

Monday 12th January , 2015 3:39 pm The Ghana Civil Aviation has directed all domestic airlines to halt flight operations to Tamale, the Northern regional capital. The directive follows what the authority describes as bad weather conditions which makes visibility a challenge for pilots to safely operate in the region. A number of flights have already 5

January 12, 2015 1:27 PM Ethiopian's sole narrowbody freighter written off in Ghana

Ethiopian Airlines (ET, Addis Ababa) has written off its sole narrowbody freighter, a B737-400(F) ET-AQV (msn 28493), after it sustained substantial damage following touchdown on Accra's runway 03 on Saturday, January 10. The freighter, in-bound from Lomé for the carrier's West African venture, ASKY Airlines (KP, Lomé), skidded off the runway soon after 6

January 12, 2015 11:21 AM Harmattan weather: Prepare for flight cancellations & delays, airlines warn

Domestic airlines have announced a number of local flights will either be delayed or cancelled in the coming days as the harmattan weather sets in. According to the airlines though their aircrafts are in good shape, they will have to cancel or delay flights for safety reasons due to the poor visibility. The harmattan, which is characterized by poor visibility 25

January 12, 2015 10:16 AM Domestic flights cancelled at KIA over bad weather

All domestic airlines in Ghana have cancelled their flights due to bad weather, a source at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) has revealed to StarrFMonline.com. The development has led to tens of passengers being stranded at the domestic terminal of the Kotoka International Airport. Last week, some airlines suspended their flights over similar climatic 5

January 11, 2015 1:20 PM Why black boxes don't float, for the timne being | Plane Talking

There are some interesting discussions on this blog and elsewhere as to why ‘black boxes’ like those on AirAsia flight 8501 don’t float, or don’t eject in a crash, or otherwise prove perhaps needlessly hard to find. They are good questions, and at least some of the reasons lie in the engineering required make recording devices that would be readable 27

January 11, 2015 5:37 AM GCAA To Begin Investigation Into Crash Landing Of Cargo Plane On Monday

The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority, GCAA says, the Ethiopian Airline Boeing 737 cargo aircraft operated by ASKY Airlines from Lome to Accra which skidded off the run wayon Saturday has been moved off the run way. In a statement signed by its Acting Director-General, Abudulai Alhassan, three persons were on board the aircraft. The GCAA says investigations 12