Dating a pilot in hong kong

18-Mar-2017 13:04

Scott Henderson, 52, who earns HK5,000 a month, faces an arrest warrant issued by a Canadian court for failing to comply with court orders to support Suzanne Henderson, a former pilot with Air Canada, and their two daughters. She is asking the Court of First Instance to continue in Hong Kong a worldwide asset-freezing injunction that she earlier secured against the man as she tries to get the Ontario judgment enforced in the city.

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A lack of available qualified pilots has pushed Hong Kong Airlines to launch its own cadet pilot programme, in an effort to fill vacancies for its expanding fleet of aircraft.

Vice-president and principal of the training centre, Anthony Petteford, believed the location was better suited for potential pilots based in Hong Kong compared to Cathay Pacific’s flight training centre which is located in Adelaide in Australia.

“New Zealand weather is different from the weather in Adelaide, which means they actually get to fly in real weather, real clouds, get to experience all seasons, which means they will have skills in flying in real conditions,” he said.

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