The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has granted an airworthiness certificate for the Boeing 787, clearing the way for China Southern Airlines to take delivery of its first Boeing 787 at the end of May or early June.
China Southern Airlines will continue to increase capacity in Australia and New Zealand over the next few years to further explore the market potential of its so-called “Canton route,” despite global economic uncertainties.
The US should look to what’s happening at airports worldwide and think bigger and more strategically about how its airports can best raise the investments necessary to keep them competitive on a global scale, the head of the Airports Council International said Monday....More
Governments must put more political will into sorting out air traffic management mega-projects and also addressing the political issue of finding a global agreement for emission market-based-measures (MBMs), the head of IATA said Monday....More
Preliminary results of a pilot fatigue study conducted by Washington State University (WSU) show there is a “small difference” between the fatigue level of pilots conducting multi-segment operations and those flying a longer single segment....More