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73. AAPA Targets Obstacles to Efficient Air Transport Industry Development
Asia Pacific airline have managed to achieve significant growth over the past year, despite intense competition and regulatory policies that often undermine industry development. At a time when carriers could greatly benefit from the removal of unjustified taxation, an uncoordinated patchwork of legislation and unwanted complexity in passenger facilitation, new challenges and uncer
74. Asia Pacific Airlines Traffic Results for March 2010
Asia Pacific Airlines Traffic Results for March 2010. Overall, Asia Pacific based airlines carried 15.6 million international passengers in March 2010, a growth of 14.8% compared to the same month last year. International passenger traffic, measured in revenue passenger kilometres, rose by 14.2%. Available seat capacity grew by a relatively modest 2%. As a result, the average inter
75. SITA Helps Upgrade Brazils Air Traffic Management
The Departamento de Controle do Espao Areo (DECEA), Brazils air navigation service provider, is upgrading its technology ahead of the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and the Olympic Games in 2016. The latest improvement is the deployment of the D-VOLMET service using SITA AIRCOMevamet, which provides live weather information to aircraft during flights over a dedicated data link.
76. NATS Training Bulgarian Air Traffic Controllers
NATS, a leading air navigation services provider, has won a contract to train Bulgarian air traffic controllers at its state-of-the-art facility near Fareham in Hampshire, England. Initially, nine trainee controllers from the Bulgarian Air Traffic Services Authority (BULATSA) are attending a ten-month course at NATS headquarters and these are likely to be followed by a further nin
77. SITAOnAir to Upgrade Pragues ATC Communications Gateway
SITAOnAir will support air-to-ground data link applications to Prague Airport through its Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) network. The ambition is to extend this capability out to other Czech airports in the future.
78. Scandinavian Airlines shows Benefits of 'Green Flights'
Scandinavian Airlines shows Benefits of 'Green Flights'. Green flights are smooth continuous descents to airports at relatively low engine revs. SAS, which has carried out over 2,000 such green landings, says that for a mid-size aircraft such as a Boeing 737, fuel savings are over 100 kg of fuel per flight which equates to 315 kg less carbon emitted per flight. The savings are bigg
79. International Air Traffic Demand Increased 3% in May 2019; Growth Slows
IATA's global passenger traffic results for May 2019 shows that demand (measured in revenue passenger kilometers, or RPKs) rose 4.5% compared to the same month in 2018. This was in line with the revised April traffic growth of 4.4% and above the recent trough of 3.1% year-on-year growth recorded in March. However, it remains below the 20-year average growth rate of around 5.5%. Cap
80. Airbus to Showcase Latest Cabin Innovations at APEX Expo in Los Angeles
Airbus will showcase its latest cabin innovations at this years APEX Expo in Los Angeles, USA - the worlds largest dedicated event for the in-flight passenger entertainment experience, connectivity and passenger services - from 9-12 September.

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