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AAPA CAUTIONS AGAINST OVER-REACTION ON INFLIGHT ELECTRONICS

Wider consultation needed involving governments and industry on effective alternative approaches

23rd May 2017 | Read more

Hawker Pacific appoints National Sales Manager to support growth of Spares and Logistics business

Gary Dawson brings over 30 years industry experience to the new role of National Sales Manager Spares and Logistics

30th Mar 2017 | Read more

Liebherr-Aerospace Opens New Office in India

Liebherr-Aerospace has opened a new regional office in Bangalore on February 13th, 2017.

15th Feb 2017 | Read more

SITA APPOINTS GLOBAL LEADERS IN SINGAPORE

New Air Travel Solutions global division to be led from Singapore

23rd Jan 2017 | Read more

AAR and Air New Zealand Form Strategic Partnership for Components

AAR (NYSE: AIR), a global leader in the aviation aftermarket, has entered into a long-term contract with Air New Zealand

18th Nov 2016 | Read more

Hawker Pacific NZ Limited achieves SMS certification

Hawker Pacific NZ Limited (HPNZ) has achieved a notable milestone in becoming the first aviation company in New Zealand to be certified by the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand

6th Sep 2016 | Read more

Farnborough recap 15 July

Combined sales of US$61.8 billion is nothing to sneeze at, but

15th Jul 2016 | Read more

Aviation trio turns 100

Boeing, Dassault and AAV’s media colleague, Aviation Week & Space Technology celebrate 100 years.

14th Jul 2016 | Read more

ASIANA IDT AND SITA PARTNER TO DELIVER AIRLINE AND AIRPORT EXCELLENCE IN KOREA

Asiana IDT, the IT service provider and affiliate of the Kumho Asiana Group based in Korea, today announced a partnership agreement with global travel technology provider SITA.

14th Jul 2016 | Read more

Farnborough recap 14 July

Boeing signs deals for 20 737 MAX 8s, 6 Dreamliners

14th Jul 2016 | Read more

Majors score sales, but overall tempo slowing at Farnborough

Global manufacturers Airbus and Boeing scored some big sales on the second day of the Farnborough Airshow but the tempo of sales compared to years past is tapering off

13th Jul 2016 | Read more

Jet Aviation Singapore receives FAA approval and certification from the Thailand Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) for the Gulfstream G280

Jet Aviation Singapore recently received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to support the Gulfstream G280 aircraft.

13th Apr 2016 | Read more

Liebherr-Aerospace Ranks First in Customer Service Support for Dassault’s Falcon Fleet

Liebherr-Aerospace Toulouse SAS has recently received from Dassault Aviation an award as “Best Falcon Customer Service Provider” for the fourth consecutive year.

18th Nov 2015 | Read more

VIETJET AND AVIATION NEW ZEALAND SIGN MOU

Vietjet Joint Stock Company (“Vietjet”) this week signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in Hanoi with Aviation New Zealand.

18th Nov 2015 | Read more

AAR to Highlight Expanded Presence in the Middle East at Dubai Airshow

AAR, an industry-leading provider of aviation services to commercial airlines, OEMs and governments, will highlight at the Dubai Air Show

6th Nov 2015 | Read more

IATA & EASA to share safety information

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA)

2nd May 2014 | Read more

CAE seals Kunming deal

CAE has sold a Boeing 737NG FFS to Kunming Aviation Safety Training Centre in China - adding a new customer for its simulator products.

6th Jul 2012 | Read more

Boeing in Indonesia training MoU

Boeing has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Indonesian Ministry of Transportation to develop an advanced aviation training centre.

28th Jun 2012 | Read more

ST gets Hainan pilots flying

ST Aerospace’s commercial pilot training arm, ST Aerospace Academy (STAA) has entered into a partnership with Hainan Aviation Academy (HNAA) to train commercial pilots.

23rd Mar 2012 | Read more

BKK deploys FOD system

X-Sight Systems has deployed its FODetect automated foreign object debris detection system at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport.

15th Mar 2012 | Read more

Singapore Special

This year’s Singapore Airshow could be the biggest yet and, once again, gives the island nation a chance to highlight its aerospace capabilities and its strategic significance as an aviation hub, writes Andrzej Jeziorski. Despite continued economic uncertainty in key markets such as Europe and the USA, demand for new aircraft remains strong – as evidenced by the order and delivery tallies just released by manufacturers Airbus and Boeing (see pages 26-27). Asia’s relatively healthy economies and pent-up demand in China and India are now more alluring to aircraft makers than ever, and all key forecasts for the next two decades show the region as the driver of the continued growth of the global aviation industry. This is encouraging news for the organisers of this year’s Singapore Airshow – the biggest event of its kind outside of Europe.

20th Jan 2012 | Read more

Manufacturers A380 faces wing-cracking problems

Four years after entry into service, the Airbus A380 – the world’s largest airliner –

20th Jan 2012 | Read more

Industry Round-Up

Updates from AJ Walter, AgustaWestland, Bombardier, HAECO

17th Jan 2012 | Read more

Industry Round-Up Sept 2011

Updates from Fokker Services, AJ Walter, Gulfstream

2nd Sep 2011 | Read more

Qantas incident investigation targets R-R’s quality control

The Australian Transportation Safety Board (ATSB) says it is reviewing Rolls-Royce’s quality control system as part of its continuing investigation into the uncontained failure of a Trent 900 engine that severely damaged a Qantas A380 last November.

6th Jun 2011 | Read more

SIA pins hopes on new long-haul LCC

“[SIA’s plan] appears to be a recognition that the flag carrier’s long-standing focus on premium traffic (which must, in turn, mutually subsidise lower-priced leisure travellers) is not, in itself, a formula for the future.” – Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation]

6th Jun 2011 | Read more

Asia-Pacific airports boost security spending.

Airports across the region are being forced to increase spending on airport security in response to the threat of terrorism and increasing travel demand, William Dennis.

1st Feb 2011 | Read more

Qantas’s Airbus A380 fleet remains grounded a week after an uncontained engine failure forced one of the aircraft to make an emergency landing in Singapore.

Qantas now has six A380s in service and 14 more on order.

12th Nov 2010 | Read more

Russia’s aerospace revival

The aerospace industry in Russia is being renovated and developed by United Aircraft, which has absorbed many of the country’s Soviet-era design bureaux and factories.

1st Nov 2010 | Read more

General News. September 2010.

A glance at Aviation News. Sept, 2010.

1st Sep 2010 | Read more

Asian Aviation at a glance