As millions of people across the country don a Red Nose for Comic Relief, British Airways has unveiled an aircraft that will be wearing a Red Nose of its own for the cause. Painted on to an A320, the airline is raising awareness of Red Nose Day as it announces a target to reach £25million for Comic Relief by 2020. The Red Nosed plane will travel to various locations across the UK and Europe.
London/New York - In response to tonight's votes in the House of Commons, which saw The House reject a 'No-Deal' Brexit, Duncan Edwards, BAB CEO, said: “The prospect of leaving the EU without a deal on 29 March has caused significant uncertainty to our members and has resulted in major irreversible expenditure. We welcome this narrow win in the commons, even though it is only advisory and the legal position remains that the UK is leaving the EU on March 29th with or without a deal.
Celebrating International Women’s Day in its Centenary year, British Airways marked the day by welcoming 100 young women to its Global Learning Academy to inspire more girls to become commercial airline pilots. British Airways employs more female pilots than any other UK airline. More than six per cent of its flight crew is female - above the national average. However, the airline knows that there is more work to be done.
March Madness! This takes a completely different spin for US companies that are looking to hire foreign born workers, and for Immigration Attorneys who assist them. This is the time that high skilled foreign-born workers must gear up to apply for the H-1B visa if they are looking to work in the US. H-1B visa petitions must be filed in the first five business days of April 2019 to make it for the H-1B lottery for Fiscal Year (FY) 2020.