Beijing Capital Airlines has received the two units of Indra’s iCAT, a new training system for pilots of the Airbus A320. These systems will be installed at the training centers owned by the Chinese airline in Beijing and Hainan Island, in which pilots from around the world are trained.
Ethiopian Airlines has announced that Ethiopian Aviation Academy, the largest aviation academy in Africa, has joined IATA’s global training partner network as an IATA Authorized Training Center.
Air Astana has selected air transport communications and IT specialist, SITA, to provide messaging for operations, communications with partners and advanced datalink for air traffic control. The deal comes as Kazakhstan’s flag carrier prepares for future growth, following a 13.5% traffic increase in 2013.
SAS Scandinavian Airlines announced that EVP & deputy president Henriette Fenger Ellekrog will leave the company after seven years.
Ryanair appointed former deputy CEO and COO Michael Cawley to its board.
Hawaiian Airlines has appointed Theo Panagiotoulias to SVP-global sales and alliances.