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    Sandi Clipton (Clipton) wishes to challenge two decisions made by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). The decisions affect the operation of Sanditon Aviation Pty Ltd (Sanditon), of which Clipton is the CEO. The first decision is CASA’s rejection of Clipton’s application to renew Sanditon’s Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC). The effect is that Sanditon is unable to operate. The Civil Aviation Act 1988 (‘the CAA’) provides for merits review in this instance and potentially allows for new evidence heard and, if successful, a fresh decision made. The second decision is Instrument 1355/15 (‘the Instrument’), which prohibits all aero-towing of gliders at the Coorong Private Aerodrome. There is no clause for merits review within the Airspace…

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    seems to have been a shift in consumer preferences away from premium types of travel to the low cost travel formats, as evidenced by the huge increase in the number of low cost carriers • Technological: Technological developments have had a huge impact on Singapore Airlines. The carrier has one of the youngest fleets in the industry, and prides itself on being the first to adopt new innovations, such as headsets, reclining seats and seatback entertainment systems (Singapore airlines, 2014). •…

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    Global Aviation Essay

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    future of global aviation, and making the aviation industry more competitive, increasing profitability and reviewing sustainability. It is important because the aviation industry has seemed to have times of success, but also times of struggle. The problem is best summarized by “Mr Bisignani said that the time had come to chart a long-term strategy for the industry to break out of its constant cycle of 'feast and famine ' which had caused it to lose some US$50 billion in the 2001-2010 decade”…

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    Aviation professionals need to strict qualifications, attributes, and ethics. Before I go over the four basic. What is interesting to find out is the qualifications that Aviation professionals go through is expensive, but need when dealing with billion dollar aircraft or safety of customers. Aviation professionals also need certain attributes when dealing with integrity, flexibility etc when dealing with a time consuming career, and last I will talk about certain ethics in the workplace. …

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    Air Europe Xpress Case

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    extra bonuses for those who work extra hard, or 1 week of unpaid vacation. To make sure that cabin crew would have a quick promotion, career development, opportunities to growth. Another issue raised in the case is that cabin crew should speak at least three languages; so, the Company should provide trainings and development programs to the staff. Training programs must b ongoing, in order to help employees to improve their knowledge. The last, but not the least one, is that cabin crew is not…

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    2.3.2 Human and Risk Aviation Milan (2000) studied the human risk Aviation in his paper, most accidents can be attributed to human error combined with other factors. Human errors have been present in the production, maintenance and operation of aviation hardware ranging through aircraft, airports and air traffic control facilities and equipment. Human operational errors can come about when workloads exceed work ability, e.g., in stressful situations. In aviation, working capacity primarily…

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    Fatal Injury In Aviation

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    The aviation accident investigations concentrate on improving safety. The reviews of the scientific and technical developments that have remained the driving force for the enhancing safety have gone beyond the scale of the present undertaking. Earlier legislations concentrated on aircraft impact on the ground and not safety on board. The first air regulation took place on 23 April 1784 (Bibel 23). The regulation prohibited balloons frying without a special license. The regulation gave the…

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    Crew Resource Management

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    In 2008, the National Safety Council developed a table illustrating the odds of dying over a lifetime; they determined, a person has a 1 in 98 chance of dying in an automobile accident, while the same person has a 1 in 7,178 chance of dying in an aircraft accident. This means a person is about 73 times more likely to be killed on the road than in the air (Locsin, 2008). The unavoidable problem of perception in aviation is that, unlike auto accidents, air disasters result in a far greater loss of…

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    reactionary to real world events instead of visionary outlook. The aviation industry would enter into the United States at a relatively slow pace furthermore; there was minor growth from the Wright Brothers first flight in 1903 to mid-1925. The years between World War I and World War II experienced great advances in aviation in the types of aircraft and the materials used to build them. When World War I concluded, the United States had a surplus of military airplanes and pilots who were eager to…

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    Alaska Airline Industry

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    Alaska Airlines prides itself in taking care of their employees. All employees are represented by an independent trade union or covered by collective bargaining agreements. Contract negations in the commercial airline industry are governed by the Railway Labor Act (RLA), which was passed by congress in 1926. The RLA seeks to “avoid interruptions in interstate commerce by setting clear guidelines for labor negotiations at airlines” (Railway Labor Act, 2011). The Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA)…

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