'Sonic Net' Could Stop Bird Strikes: Airline Pulse News and Notes for May 9, 2016
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New Sonic Net Could Limit Bird Strikes
United Will Add Flight to Yet Another Chinese City
Thai Lion Air Resuming Flights to Jakarta
U.S. Airways Pilots Sue over Seniority Integration
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Dubai’s General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs (GDRFA) unveiled plans to increase the level of security at its airport while also speeding up the screening process by adding more high tech scanners and so-called “smart gates.”
Taiwanese carrier EVA Airways will launch flights from Taipei to Chicago in November of this year. The airline will operate four round trip flights per week using its 333-seat Boeing 777-300ER.
After a major order from Delta, Bombardier is looking overseas for its next customer. The manufacturer's CEO, Alain Bellemare, has said that he is now focused on breaking into the Chinese market.
South Africa’s president, Jacob Zuma, has said that his government will not sell South African Airways even though it is losing money. A government commission has recommended that South Africa sell some of its 300 loss-making state-owned companies.
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