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153. Phoenix Police Department Orders Five Airbus H125 Helicopters
The Phoenix Police Department has signed an order to upgrade its airborne law enforcement helicopter fleet with five new H125 helicopters. The H125 features dual hydraulics, dual channel FADEC, a crash resistant fuel system, and advanced glass-panel cockpit displays. The H125 accounts for nearly half of all intermediate single engine helicopters delivered for airborne law enforceme
154. Air New Zealand and Airbus to Research Hydrogen-Powered Aircraft in Aotearoa
Air New Zealand and aircraft manufacturer Airbus are working on a joint initiative to research how hydrogen-powered aircraft could assist the airline with reaching its goal of net zero emissions by 2050. The two companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to explore the opportunities and challenges of flying zero-emission hydrogen aircraft in New Zealand. Published by Trave
155. Karl Lagerfeld to Open Clubs, Hotels, Residences and Restaurants
Karl Lagerfeld Group has entered into an exclusive, long-term license agreement with Brandmark Collective, to launch Karl Lagerfeld Hotels & Resorts, a new international hospitality brand. Karl Lagerfeld Hospitality will translate Karl Lagerfelds vision and unique aesthetic into bespoke projects including hotels, residential properties, restaurants and private clubs.
156. HKIA Reports September 2016 Increase in Cargo and Passengers
Passenger volume rose by 3.5% to 5.5 million, while flight movements increased by 2.3% to 33,865 year on year. The increase in passenger traffic in September was driven mainly by 7% year-on-year's growth in Hong Kong resident travel. Passenger traffic to / from Southeast Asia and Japan recorded the most significant increases.
157. ATR Forecasts Demand for 750 New Turboprops in APAC Over Next 20 Years
According to the latest ATR Market Forecast demand for new turboprops in Asia Pacific is expected to reach 750 units over the next 20 years. Out of the 750 estimated aircraft, 630 would be ATR 72 while the demand for ATR 42, accommodating up to 50 passengers, could reach 120 units.
158. SITA Completes ISO Certification for Information Security at Changi Airport
The operations and management of SITA Airport Solutions Services for Changi Airport Group (CAG) have successfully met ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification requirements, a standard which relates to information security across all of the airports IT systems.
159. Outrigger Hospitality Appoints Avery Aoki as CFO
Outrigger has appointed Avery Aoki as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Avery has had a notable career with Outrigger, joining the company in 1986 as controller. In 1990, he was promoted to Director of Finance, followed by Vice President of Finance and Accounting in 1996. Avery succeeds David Nadeau, who will help to ensure a smooth transition for Outriggers financial team before ret
160. QantasLink Launches Flights Between Brisbane and Proserpine
QantasLink has launched flights between Brisbane and Proserpine Airport on the Whitsunday Coast. The airline will operate up to seven weekly return flights on the route with 74-seat Q400 turboprop aircraft, adding more than 1000 seats each week. It is the first time in seventeen years that Qantas has operated flights to the airport. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 20 September 2

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