Category Archives: Emergency Services

Air India Employee ‘Sucked Into Aircraft Engine’

Air India says one of its technicians, identified as Ravi Subramanium, has died after being sucked into an aircraft engine at Mumbai Airport. The accident … More ››

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Russia Says ‘Terror act’ Downed Airliner over Sinai Desert

Alexander Bortnikov, head of Russia’s Federal Security Service, the FSB, has said an act of terror brought down the Russian Metrojet Airbus A321 in the … More ››

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UK – Sharm el-Sheikh Flights Halted

The British Government has suspended flights between the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh amid fears that the Russian-owned Airbus A321 which crashed on October 31 … More ››

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Mack Brooks Exhibitions Renews GATE inter airport Agreement

At this year’s 20th anniversary edition of inter airport Europe, Mack Brooks Exhibitions has renewed the partnership agreement with GATE, German Airport Technology and Equipment. … More ››

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Abu Dhabi Airports’ Employees Donate Blood

Abu Dhabi Airports has completed its annual blood donation initiative in cooperation with the Abu Dhabi Blood Bank (ADBB). Between August 3-5, staff members were … More ››

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Successful Lithium Battery Test Conducted

AmSafe Bridport says it has successfully conducted a full scale test withstanding a lithium-ion battery fire, within its certified fire containment cover (FCC) system and … More ››

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Co-pilot ‘Deliberately Crashed’ Germanwings Airliner

French officials investigating the loss of the Germanwings Airbus A320 that crashed into the French Alps on Tuesday have said it appears that the co-pilot … More ››

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No Survivors From French Alps Crash

Search teams have declared there were no survivors from the Germanwings Airbus A320 which crashed in the French Alps between Barcelonnette and Digne on Tuesday. … More ››

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Oshkosh Strikers for Mexican Airports

Oshkosh Airport Products Group has placed four new generation Oshkosh Striker aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) vehicles in service at airports across southeastern Mexico. The … More ››

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Oslo Airport Tests Security Scanners

The Norwegian airport operator, Avinor, has announced it has started tests on four different security scanners at Oslo Airport. It aims to learn how they … More ››

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