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Pilot Law Firm

Daniel Kron is a pilot and a lawyer. This rare combination of two challenging fields makes him a great candidate to represent clients in aviation law cases.People who love flying belong in the air, not on the ground frustrated by a meticulous FAA. With its unending regulations and restrictions, and myriad small rules, most laypeople are unaware of the ins and outs of FAA compliance. Fortunately, Mr. Kron’s profound aviation knowledge gives him the necessary tools to represent clients in their…See More
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Aviation Hardtalk Live with IAG’s Founding CEO, Willie Walsh

How can we build back better European aviation after COVID-19 – and what will our industry look like in five years? The environment, changing markets, new consumer behaviours and expectations – all will be explored in a series of live 1-2-1 interviews with industry leaders. In our second EUROCONTROL Aviation Hardtalk Live, we explore these questions and more with Willie Walsh, who as founding CEO of…See More
Sep 26, 2020
Carol Kwamboka updated their profile
Jul 29, 2020
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BUILDING OUR QUALIFICATIONS AS AMTs

What trainings do you guys think one can add onto their experience that would be good for boosting an AMT's CV (Both for general aircraft maintenance and structural maintenance)? See More
Jul 29, 2020
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Why airline travel recovery appears to be slowing down

For airlines at least, it does not look good. Goldman Sachs now expects the recovery in air travel to take at least an extra year — to 2023 instead of 2022 — to return to 2019 levels, according to the latest update to the firm’s COVID-19 recovery forecast on June 28. Domestic travel is still expected to come back first, though that will be led by leisure travelers and not the high-revenue business flyers many carriers depend on. …See More
Jul 29, 2020
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