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- 33. VistaJet Selects Priester Aviation to Operate Challenger 350 Fleet in U.S.
Priester Aviation has been chosen to operate an U.S.-based fleet of Bombardier Challenger 350 jets for VistaJet's Flight Solutions Program. There are currently three VistaJet Challenger 350 jets under operation with Priester Aviation. VistaJet acts as agent for U.S. Flight Solutions Program customers to arrange flights that will be operated by Priester Aviation within the U.S.
- 34. IATA and India Ink Agreement on Aviation Training
IATA and India Ink Agreement on Aviation Training. IATA and India’s Ministry of Civil Aviation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at enhancing the skills and knowledge of Indian civil aviation personnel.
- 35. Inmarsat Appoints Vice President Aviation Safety and Operational Services
Inmarsat has appointed Captain Mary I. McMillan as Vice President Aviation Safety and Operational Services. A 30-year veteran of the aviation industry, Captain McMillan has recorded over 12,000 hours flight time in aircraft ranging from B747, B767 and Airbus 320. Prior to joining Inmarsat Aviation, Captain McMillan was Senior Vice President, Aerospace Safety and Environment at Tetr
- 36. US$6.8 Billion Expansion of Abu Dhabi International Airport to be Showcased at Aviation Procurem
US$6.8 Billion Expansion of Abu Dhabi International Airport to be Showcased at Aviation Procurement and Finance Conference. The company behind the US$6.8 billion expansion of Abu Dhabi International Airport is using a new aviation event taking place in the UAE capital next week to showcase its ambitious work to develop the Emirate’s aviation infrastructure.
- 37. IATA Expands Agreement with CIS to Improve Aviation Safety
IATA Expands Agreement with CIS to Improve Aviation Safety. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has signed an agreement with the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC, also known by its Russian abbreviation which is MAK) to improve aviation safety throughout the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).
- 38. IATA Calls on Thai Government to Address Safety, Capacity and Cost Issues
IATA has called on the government of Thailand to urgently address safety, capacity and cost issues to keep Thailand’s aviation sector competitive. Safety oversight concerns raised by both the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) must be addressed. The US FAA ranks Thailand in Category 2 of its International Aviation Safe
- 39. Air New Zealand Opens Specialist Aviation Institute
Air New Zealand Opens Specialist Aviation Institute. Air New Zealand’s training organisation has a 70 year track record as a specialist post-employment aviation training provider, with many of its graduates now holding senior management positions within the global industry. The Air New Zealand Aviation Institute will now take that experience to a new level offering a full complemen
- 40. Aviation Sustainable Biofuels Initiative Launched in US
United Airlines, Boeing, Honeywell’s UOP, the Chicago Department of Aviation and the Clean Energy Trust have formed the Midwest Aviation Sustainable Biofuels Initiative (MASBI), designed to advance aviation biofuel development in a 12-state region holding significant promise for biomass feedstock, technology development, job creation and sustainable commercialization.
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