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IATA Aviation Health London Conference 2011 – Presentations-

Martes, 20 de diciembre de 2011 Jose María Pérez Sastre Sin comentarios
The Aviation Health Conference that was held in London  last October continued to emphasize cabin crew and passenger health, but will also targeted a wider audience, including flight deck crew when appropriate. Here you can see presentations regarding to Cosmic Radiation, Flight fatigue, Cabin Hygiene, Malaria and crews and Health effects of volcanic ashes. Very advisable to read for aviation medical examiners as well as to  flight crews.                                                                                                                                               
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** IATA Aviation Health Conference Speakers and Program - about speakers and their presentations-

IATA Position available at Global Safety Center

Viernes, 21 de octubre de 2011 FSI / Curt Lewis Sin comentarios

In our rapidly changing and dynamic environment, the International Air transport¬†¬† Association (IATA) is currently recruiting for a: “Assistant Director GSIC ( Global Safety Information Center at Montreal-Canada) .Reporting to the Director, Global Safety, the incumbent will be responsible for the overall development, maintenance and enhancement of the IATA Global Safety Information Center (GSIC) and manage all assigned GSIC staff.

 

** All the information at

     IATA job for GSIC    Deadline for submission : 31 October 2011

IATA Aviation Health Conference London 2011

Lunes, 4 de julio de 2011 Eduard Ricaurte Sin comentarios

The Aviation Health Conference 2011 will continue to emphasize cabin crew and passenger health, but will also target a wider audience, including flight deck crew when appropriate.

 

 

Chaired by: Claude Thibeault, Medical Advisor, IATA Speakers include two distinguished AIMA members:  Ramón Domínguez-Mompell (Iberia) and  Paulo Alves (MedAire).

 

** Here you can get all the information to attend:

     IATA Aviation Health Conference / London Р5th and 6th October 2011

 

¬ŅSabes… cu√°l es el origen de los c√≥digos IATA de aeropuertos?

Miércoles, 17 de noviembre de 2010 Jose María Pérez Sastre Sin comentarios

Cuenta Javier Pedreira (Wicho) en el Blog “Me gusta Volar ” que¬†estos c√≥digos, de los que muchos aerotrastornados nos sabemos muchos de memoria, no est√°n puestos al azar, aunque en este caso puede parecerlo.¬†¬†Hace unos cuantos a√Īos unas personas que conozco viajaban de Par√≠s a Santiago de Compostela, y aunque ellas llegaron a la hora prevista, sus maletas tardaron como dos o tres d√≠as en hacer acto de presencia, pues antes se fueron a dar una vuelta por Santiago de Chile. El origen de las confusiones en estos dos casos tiene su origen en la similitud de los Codigos¬† IATA¬†la Asociaci√≥n de Transporte A√©reo Internacional, para esos aeropuertos…

 

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Manual IATA 2010

Martes, 3 de agosto de 2010 Pedro Ortiz García 2 comentarios

IATA commissioned this Medical Manual to provide up to date information on airline IATA logomedical issues to its members, especially those which may not have the benefit of an in-house medical advisor. The practice of airline medicine has changed substantially since the last edition of the Medical Manual was written and this is reflected in the fully revised document. The Manual will be reviewed regularly to ensure it remains relevant to the needs of IATA’s members. Here you can read 3rd edition published this month.

 

** IATA Medical Manual 2010 3rd-edition (July/2010)