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- 17. Airbus Strengthens Cooperation with Chinese Partners
Airbus and China have laid the foundation for taking their cooperation into the future as agreements were signed last week in Paris by Fabrice Brťgier, Airbus President and CEO, and the Chinese parties, witnessed by the French President Francois Hollande and visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping. In parallel, China Aviation Supplies Holding Company (CAS) and Airbus have also signed
- 18. Chinese to Partner on Boeing Airplanes, 7E7 Dreamliner
Chinese to Partner on Boeing Airplanes, 7E7 Dreamliner.
- 19. China ready for low cost airlines
China ready for low cost airlines.
- 20. Airbus Strengthens Partnership with China
Airbus has strengthened its long-standing partnership with China, signing a MOU on the Further Development of Industrial Cooperation in Beijing. According to the MOU, both sides have agreed to take practical and effective measures for new initiatives regarding both Airbus single-aisle and widebody aircraft.
- 21. IATA Opens New Regional Office in Beijing
IATA Opens New Regional Office in Beijing. Asia Pacific overtook North America as the largest single market in the world in 2009. China is the leading market in Asia with 38% of passengers in the region either starting or ending their journey in China. By 2013, this will increase to 45%
- 22. Inmarsat and MCN/ADCC Sign MOU to Provide Aviation Safety Services in China
Inmarsat has signed an agreement with Beijing Marine Communication & Navigation Company (MCN) and Aviation Data Communication Corporation (ADCC) to provide aviation safety services to Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) and Operators.
- 23. China Orders 30 more Airplanes from Boeing
China Orders 30 more Airplanes from Boeing
- 24. Airbus Transports First Aircraft Segments to Assembly Line in China
Airbus Transports First Aircraft Segments to Assembly Line in China. Airbus has started transporting the first aircraft segments to its new single-aisle assembly line in Tianjin, China. The assembly process of the first aircraft, which is for Sichuan Airlines, will start in August 2008. Delivery of the aircraft is scheduled for the first half of 2009.
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