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Daily Archives: January 9, 2018

No sign of Brexit aviation threat being heeded

by John Whelan – irishexaminer.com Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary and the British Airline Pilots’ Association general secretary Brian Strutton may have little in common, but they are in agreement that the UK needs to urgently close out an agreement with the EU on access to the EU’s Open Skies framework post- Brexit. Fresh anxiety was pumped into the concerns of both and the wider aviation industry in mid- December when the EU …

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Kenya aviation regulator warns airlines of license revocation if they continue to disregard cargo regulations

The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCA) has issued a dire warning to airlines flying domestic and international flights, that their licenses would be revoked if they keep on disregarding cargo regulations. KCA Director General, Macharia Kibe, said in a letter addressed to carriers that it is an offense to use passenger flights to carry cargo. In the same breath, airlines are also prohibited from using cargo aircraft to carry passengers …

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Emirates Group Security and Etihad Aviation Group sign MoU for cooperation in aviation security

Both Emirates Group Security and the Etihad Aviation Group have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the cooperation in aviation security. Signing the MoU were Tim Clark, the President of Emirates Airline and Tony Douglas, the Chief Executive Officer of the Etihad Aviation Group. Also witnessing the signing were Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline & Group, Hamad Abdulla Al Shamsi, Vice Chairman, Etihad …

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Chinese airlines set to soar to new heights with fare price liberalization

Chinese carriers would now have the ability to set their own prices on over 300 different routes after the aviation regulator liberalized fees in what is considered to be a huge step towards the reform of the world’s fastest growing civil aviation market. The Civil Aviation Administration of China disclosed that it would let airlines work out their own prices on domestic routes that have at least five carriers competing. …

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