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137. IATA Launches CEIV Fresh Certification
IATA has launched a new industry certification - the Center for Excellence for Perishable Logistics (CEIV Fresh) - that is designed to improve the handling and the transport by air of perishable products.
138. Pratt & Whitney PW206B3 Engines to Power Airbus H135 Helicopter
Airbus has selected the Pratt & Whitney PW206B3 engine to power the H135 IFR-certified helicopter the company is proposing for the U.S. Navy helicopter trainer replacement.
139. CHC Helicopters H175 to Become First Delivered with New Digital Logcards
CHC Helicopters newest H175 will become the first Airbus helicopter to be delivered with digital logcards. CHC currently operates H175s in the North Sea, one in Norwich, England and three in Aberdeen, Scotland.
140. Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft Banned from Singapore Airspace
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has temporarily suspend all variants of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft family from flying into and out of Singapore. SilkAir, which operates 6 Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, will be affected by the temporary suspension. The other airlines currently operating Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to Singapore are China Southern Airlines, Garuda Indonesia, S
141. Cebu Pacific to Launch New Flights from Clark International Airport in Philippines
Cebu Pacific has unveiled plans to launch three new domestic routes from Clark International Airport. The low cost airline will mount daily flights between Clark and Iloilo, as well as between Clark and Bacolod, starting 9 August 2019. Beginning 9 October 2019, Cebu Pacific will mount daily flights between Clark and Puerto Princesa in Palawan.
142. Air Fares Expected to Fall 4% by April
CWT Solutions Group, the consulting arm of CWT, has forecast that global average ticket prices (ATP) for air bookings will drop to around US$673 by April 2019, down just over 4% from February 2019 levels, as published fares correct from the sharp increase seen in the first two months of the year.
143. Air Cargo Priorities: Trade, Global Standards and Modernization
IATA has called on governments and the air cargo industry to focus on three priorities to accommodate the expanding demand for air cargo and ensure the economic and social benefits of aviation can be maximized. The three priorities are:
144. GM Appointments at Three Avani Hotels
Avani Hotels & Resorts has appointed Dennis Gordienko as GM of FCC Angkor - Managed by Avani, opening Q2 2019; Tyson Bae as Cluster GM of Avani Central Busan Hotel, opening mid-2019; and Naowarat Arunkong (Bee) as Cluster GM of the Avani Sukhumvit Bangkok, also scheduled to open mid-2019.

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