Thomas Cook Airlines (UK) gained CAA approval to become the country's first carrier to use GPS-based RNAV technology on approaches. Two Thomas Cook A330s are fitted with RNAV hardware and software and 12 training captains have been involved in simulator training. The carrier is working in close conjunction with CAA to pilot the system, largely on its Canadian and Caribbean flights. Thomas Cook plans to have all 70 of its A330 pilots trained to use the system by year end. It is working on ...

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