Travel Industry News at since 1997. Interviews, podcasts, videos, pictures and more

Search Travel News Asia for: "Director General"

Search Results
Your search for Director General found the following documents (of 52086 documents searched):
Displaying documents 113-120 of 3612, with best matches first:

113. Etihad Airways Launches Legal Appeal to Protect airberlin Investment
Etihad Airways has launched fresh legal action in a bid to overturn a German courts decision to revoke the approval for 29 of its codeshare flights with airberlin. Last week, the Administrative Court of Braunschweig decided that the German Ministry of Transport was entitled to reject the 29 Etihad Airways - airberlin codeshares, which had been approved only until 15 January 2016.&
114. CAAS and Aireon to Enhance Aircraft Tracking
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and Aireon LLC signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on Wednesday to enhance aircraft tracking in the Singapore Flight Information Region (FIR). Through this collaboration, Aireon aims to work with CAAS to enhance surveillance coverage over the entire Singapore FIR with the deployment of a space-based Automatic Dependent Surveillanc
115. Air Freight Growth Slowed to 2.2% in 2015
Cargo in Asia Pacific, accounting for around 39% of freight traffic, expanded by a moderate 2.3%. Asia Pacific carriers were basically flat in December, expanding just 0.1%. For the whole of 2015, the region grew 2.3%. The FLF for 2015 was 53.9%, the highest of any region. Cargo expansion in the region has been hampered by a shift in Chinese economic policy to favour domestic cons
116. Demand for Air Travel in 2015 Strongest Result in Five Years
Asia Pacific carriers recorded a demand increase of 8.2% compared to 2014, which was the largest increase among the three largest regions. Demand was stimulated by a 7.3% increase in the number of direct airport connections in the region, resulting in time-savings for travelers. Capacity rose 6.4%, pushing up load factor 1.3 percentage points to 78.2%.
117. Why Everybody Has a Stake in European Airspace Modernization
IATA has published a study projecting a one million-job and EUR245 billion boost to European prosperity in 2035 from airspace modernization. Europe is well-served by air connectivity, which today supports 11.7 million European jobs and $860 billion of European GDP. But it is inefficient. Average flights are nearly 50 kilometers longer than they need to be in terms of distance trave
118. Weak March 2016 Air Freight Volumes Point to Another Difficult Year
IATA's March 2016 data for global air freight markets shows a 2.0% drop in volumes measured in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs) compared to the same period last year. In contrast, freight capacity (measured in available freight tonne kilometers or AFTKs) rose by 6.9%, putting increased pressure on already struggling yields.
119. Universal Postal Union Warns of Air Capacity Shortage
The Universal Postal Union (UPU) and IATA have warned that air capacity for postal services is insufficient and urged governments to do more to support the movement of mail by air during the COVID19 crisis.
120. Robust Growth in International Air Passenger Demand
Preliminary traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) for the month of November 2015 show robust growth in international air passenger demand, while air cargo markets remained weak. A combined total of 22.5 million international passengers were carried by the region's airlines in November, reflecting a 6.7% increase compared to the same month last year.

Documents 113-120 of 3612 displayed.

Results Pages: [ << Previous ] 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 [ Next >> ]

Travel News Asia - Home Page

Contact Details | Privacy | About Us | Copyright © 1997 - 2022 - - All rights reserved.