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September Corporate News Bites

August 27, 2019

September Corporate News Bites

These are shorter stories about some of AsMA's Corporate & Sustaining Members. 

NKI: NeuroKinetics, Inc. (NKI), was named one of the Pittsburgh Business Times “Fast 50” companies for 2019. This list recognizes locally owned, for-profit corporations in western Pennsylvania. NKI were honored in a special section of the Pittsburgh Business Times and at a ceremony at the end of August. To read more on this, please visit https://neuro-kinetics.com/project/nkinamed-a-2019-fast-50-company/.

MedAire: MedAire’s founder, Joan Sullivan Garrett, will be inducted into the International Air & Space Hall of Fame at the San Diego Air & Space Museum in November. Her name is listed in an article on Jeff Bezos also becoming an honoree. To see the full article, please visit https://timesofsandiego.com/tech/2019/08/07/richest-man-jeff-bezos-due-in-san-diego-as-air-space-museum-honoree/.

Monash: Monash’s Prof. David Newman and the Aviation Medicine Unit recently ran the second Australian Certificate of Civil Aviation Medicine course for 2019. Students visited Avia Aviation at Moorabbin Airport for their flight simulator experience. Two students were awarded the Dux for their performance in the course. For more, visit https://www.monash.edu/medicine/sphpm/units/avmed/news.

SAA: South African Airlines (SAA) has announced codeshare and frequent flyer agreements with Gol Linhas Aéreas (GOL), a Brazilian airline. This will allow SAA to add its codes on GOL flights and allow customers easy connections on flights from both carriers. For more, please see https://www.flysaa.com/about-us/leading-carrier/media-center/media-releases/newsroom.