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- 41. 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).
- 42. 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
- 43. 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
- 44. 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.
- 45. 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.
- 46. 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.
- 47. 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 Aviation’s 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
- 48. 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
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