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41. Name Change for Aviation Controls
Kansas-based Aviation Controls, Inc. (ACI) has changed its name to Precision Aviation Controls (PAC). The change was made to identify the business as a member of the Atlanta-based Precision Aviation Group of companies, and to better reflect the expanding capabilities of PAC.
42. Amber Aviation Obtains Air Operator Certificate from Civil Aviation Administration of China
Amber Aviation has obtained its Air Operator Certificate from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). The AOC allows the Shenzhen-based company to operate business aircraft under CCAR Part 135 regulations.
43. Impressive line-up of CEO-level guests to attend Aviation Outlook Summit/CAPA Awards in Singapor
Impressive line-up of CEO-level guests to attend Aviation Outlook Summit/CAPA Awards in Singapore. An impressive line-up of CEOs has registered to attend the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviations landmark Aviation Outlook Summit and CAPA Awards Gala Dinner reception in Singapore on 9/10 November. To date, 27 CEO-level guests have registered and overall delegate numbers are approaching
44. Delivering Aviation Sustainability Through Unity of Purpose
IATA has called on all aviation stakeholders to stay focused and unified to deliver a vision for a sustainable aviation future. Although the decision by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to agree a framework for a global market based measure (MBM) by its next assembly, to be implemented by 2020, was an important milestone, Tyler noted that the hard work is yet to
45. Historic Aviation Carbon Offset and Reduction Agreement Moves a Step Closer
IATA expressed optimism for an agreement on a Carbon Offset and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA) when governments meet for the 39th Assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organization later this month. The draft negotiating text for CORSIA, published on 2 September 2016, broadly aligns with the aviation industrys call for a mandatory global carbon offset
46. IATA Calls for Stronger, Safer, More Secure and Sustainable European Aviation Industry
IATA has set out an agenda for a stronger, safer, more secure and sustainable European aviation industry. Alexandre de Juniac, IATAs Director General and CEO, in an address to the European Aviation Club entitled Charting the Right Course for Aviation in Europe, called on European policy-makers to prioritize four areas:
47. Jet Aviation Singapore Moving to New 7,500-sqm Hangar
Jet Aviation Singapore plans to complete the move into its new 7,500 square meter, US$25 million, state-of-the-art hangar facility at the end of April 2014, after which it will be inspected by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). Additional inspections are scheduled in the first half of May with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) of Australia, the European Avia
48. Cebu Pacific and CAE to Establish Aviation Training Center
Cebu Pacific and CAE, a leader in aviation training, have signed a joint venture agreement to establish an aviation training center for airlines in the Asia Pacific region. The joint venture will also be responsible for type-rating training of CEB pilots. The aviation academy is scheduled to start operations in the third quarter of 2012 in Clark Freeport Zone, northwest of the nati

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