The point here is not how many instances of unprofessional behavior are out there but, rather, how important it is in this age of ubiquitous video recording to be professional and demonstrate integrity. It used to be taught to all aspiring aviation workers — from the cockpit to the hangar to the ticket counter — that it is always important to do the right thing even when no one is looking. READ MORE
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On Friday, UK and Norwegian authorities announced their intention to clear Airbus H225LP and AS332L2 helicopters to resume flight, provided operators adhere to new modifications and maintenance guidelines. The helicopters had been grounded in both countries shortly after the fatal crash of an H225LP (EC225LP) near Turoy, Norway, in April 2016. EASA had approved the model for return to service in October 2016.