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The aircraft captain decided to return the aircraft to Muscat International Airport due to a health issue with one of the passengers.
Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways posted some job positions this week, including that of aircraft captain, first officer and flight instructor.
Aircraft captain Simon Hammock said the party of Scouts had reacted sensibly after finding themselves lost.
At Etihad Airways, the latest career listings posted this week showed that there are opportunities for those who have qualifications to work as aircraft captain, customer service officer and manager (production).
Following a bird strike, the aircraft captain radioed to say he might have problems touching down - fortunately, the plane landed safely.
Due to his actions, the aircraft captain diverted the flight to Toulouse before he was offloaded and handed over to police authorities, it is claimed.
Gaining a Master's Degree from Trinity College, he became an aircraft captain before joining the firm's management team.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry Features) Wed, Aug 6, 2014 - Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has signed a resolution on the number of foreign citizens that can be hired for the position of civilian aircraft captain.
FLIGHT LIEUTENANT MARTIN JARVIS The most memorable rescue I have contributed to was as the Aircraft Captain when a young boy fell whilst walking with his father in the Lake District.
In the first programme, Flt Lt Wales is the aircraft captain as the crew is called to an old slate quarry in Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Aircraft captain Flight Lieutenant Thomas Bunn said: "The weather was already howling when we went to bed and I half expected the job phone to ring that night, but hoped it wouldn''t as the conditions were going to be nasty.
A spokesman for Emirates said: "Our A380 flight from Dubai to Manchester encountered a strong gust of wind on approach to Manchester and the aircraft captain elected to discontinue the landing and performed a routine climb away from the runway.
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