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49. 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 industry’s call for a mandatory global carbon offset
50. 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, IATA’s 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:
51. 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
52. 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
53. Andrew Herdman Discusses Aviation Issues at ICAO HLSC2015
More than 850 aviation safety professionals representing regulatory authorities and air transport industry stakeholders participated at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Second High-Level Safety Conference (HLSC2015), held from 2 to 5 February 2015 in Montreal, Canada. The objective of the conference was to provide the international civil aviation community the o
54. Vertis Aviation Appoints Julian Burrell as MD of New London-based Charter Brokerage
Swiss-based Vertis Aviation, part of the independently owned aviation company 28 East Group, has appointed Julian Burrell as Managing Director of its new London business which is due to launch in December 2012. Located in one of the UK capital’s most exclusive areas, Vertis Aviation UK Limited will be completely autonomous and run separately from the Zug-headquartered Vertis busine
55. CAPA Releases Australian Aviation and Airfare Analysis Report
The 37-page Australian Aviation and Airfare Analysis, produced by 4th Dimension, Flight Centre Travel Group's (FCTG) business travel consulting division and CAPA - Centre for Aviation, provides an in-depth review of the domestic aviation industry and includes the results of a specialised airfare benchmarking analysis.
56. Bill Peltola Joins Inmarsat as Senior Director Aviation Services - Asia Pacific
Inmarsat has appointed Bill Peltola as Senior Director, Aviation Services in the Asia Pacific region. In this role, Bill will be responsible for developing market opportunities for Inmarsat aviation services in the region, building on the company’s long standing leadership position in satellite-based, aviation safety services and introducing Global Xpress (GX), a globally available

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