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Wellington Airport released plans to build a new aircraft hanger this week, with work on the project commencing early next year.
The Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) has won the ISO international quality certificate ISO 9001:2008 in all its sectors and its PTO’s across the kingdom, as the first government en...
Japan Airlines (JAL) is hoping to make the scanning process easier for wheelchair reliant passengers with the introduction of bamboo wheelchairs.
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After finishing its 184-day run at the 2010 Shanghai Expo, the Taipei Pavilion sponsored by Foxconn Technology Group will be rebuilt at the site of the Pavilion of Future in the Xinsheng Park Area of...
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposed a directive this week, seeking to upgrade software on mid-air collision warning devices installed on approximately 9000 US aircraft.
SKAL International Sydney is inviting Sydney Skalleagues to its first meeting of 2011, on Wednesday 12 January, hosted by Captain Trevor Haworth on Sydney Harbour.
Up to 280 flights were cancelled at Chicago’s Airport yesterday as severe fog and drizzle made flying a hazard.
Based on its success in displaying the best of Taipei with a pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo, the city of Taipei has managed to outdo itself by organizing what is described as the best flora expo...
Virgin Blue is preparing to unleash some major changes and updates in the New Year, in the battle for Australian airline supremacy.
P&O invited its passengers to star in its new brand campaign, its first in ten years.
Thai Airways International (THAI) has said it is steering away from the Australian market because competition is too fierce.
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Indonesian state-controlled airport operator Angkasa Pura I (AP I) is planning to boost passenger numbers at the main airport for the country's second-biggest city Surabaya.
New Zealand’s airline said it is being forced to pay for some upgrades on some of its older planes while waiting for its Boeing 787 Dreamliner delivery.
9 night Barcelona to Lisbon package onboard Azamara Journey. Departing 18 Jun 2011