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Every week we post hundreds of stories across various sectors in travel, connecting the dots across various global trends, and in these weekend posts we highlight the stories that tackle these trends. This one looks at top aviation trends.

For all of our trends roundups, go here.

>> Prepping students for space travel is getting popular in university aviation programs: Need for Commercial Space Travel Pilots Driving Changes to Aviation Education

>> Airline innovation needs to happen faster: 3 Biggest Challenges Facing the Global Aviation Industry

>> Another carrier will offer high-speed Wi-Fi: United Takes on Delta With High-Speed Gogo Internet on Regional Jets

>> Airlines and airports are finally stepping up Ebola response efforts: Airlines, Airports and Cabin Crews Responding to Ebola Crisis

>> U.S. flight attendants wish they could still control mobile devices: U.S. Flight Attendants Sue FAA to Regain Control of Mobile Devices

>> We saw this coming: Malaysia Airlines Restructuring with $421 Million Shareholder Offer

>> Ebola isn’t making everything worse: U.S. Airlines’ Stocks Rise Amid Dropping Fuel Costs, Overplayed Ebola Concerns

>> Another airline says goodbye to SeaWorld: Virgin America Joins Southwest in Ending SeaWorld Ties

>> Hawaiian Airlines once again comes out on top: U.S. Airlines Were Less Reliable This August Than Last August

Photo Credit: A United regional jet. United Airlines