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- 1. Embraer’s Praetor 600 Business Jet Receives EASA and FAA Type Certification
Embraer’s new Praetor 600 business jet has been granted Type Certification by EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) and by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration).
- 2. Singapore Aviation Academy sets up New School of Civil Aviation Safety and Security
Singapore Aviation Academy sets up New School of Civil Aviation Safety and Security. The Singapore Aviation Academy (SAA) has opened its fourth specialised aviation training school. The School of Civil Aviation Safety and Security will develop and conduct aviation safety and security training programmes to help meet the industry's training needs. The school is the first new school
- 3. Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies Partners Middle East Business Aviation Association
Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies Partners Middle East Business Aviation Association. In keeping with the vision of the Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies (GCAS) to advance expertise and knowledge in the aviation industry, a memorandum of understanding with the Middle East Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) has been signed by Mr. Mohammed Bulooki, GM of GCAS, and Mr. Ali Al Naqbi,
- 4. Aviation Run in Singapore Raises S$250,000 for Community Chest
Some 4,700 members of the Singapore aviation community and their families from over 100 organisations registered for the 4th biennial Aviation Run. Spearheaded by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), the Aviation Run is a key event under Aviation Community Cares, which brings the aviation community together to contribute to society in meaningful ways throughout the yea
- 5. Changi Showcases 100 Years of Aviation in Singapore
Singapore’s aviation story is being showcased at the Aviation Centennial Exhibition ‘Our Journey, Our Future’ at Changi Airport. The Exhibition, which is presented as an aviation journal, is part of the year-long Singapore Aviation Centennial Celebrations to mark 100 years of aviation in Singapore.
- 6. Aviation Run in Singapore Raises Sin$218,000 for Community Chest
Aviation Run in Singapore Raises Sin$218,000 for Community Chest. More than 4,000 runners from 116 organisations across the aviation community in Singapore participated in the Aviation Run organised by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) as part of its 25th anniversary celebrations. With the generous support of the organisations and individuals, the Aviation Run, which
- 7. CAAS Moves to Raise Aviation Industry Productivity in Singapore
For the aviation industry in Singapore to enhance its competitiveness even further, the industry needs to raise its productivity and increase its access to new markets and business opportunities. To this end, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has expanded the scope of the programmes under its Aviation Development Fund (ADF), with the enhancement of the Aviation Innov
- 8. CAPA to open Aviation Training Campus in India
CAPA to open Aviation Training Campus in India. The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA) is in the advanced stages of launching the CAPA AeroPark, a global best practice aviation training campus in India. The campus will focus around an aviation environment research centre. The facility is designed to service the entire spectrum of operational and educational training requiremen
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