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CHINA STEPS BACK IN AIRLINE DISPUTE WITH THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION

China’s civil aviation regulator | June 03, 2020

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Beijing will allow limited flights by international carriers to resume after the White House threatened to block Chinese passenger jets from flying to the U.S. The Chinese authorities on Thursday appeared to retreat partially from an escalating dispute with the United States over air travel between the two countries, announcing that foreign airlines would be allowed to operate one flight per week in Chinese cities. The announcement, from China’s civil aviation regulator, followed th...

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ONTARIO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY APPROVES BUDGET REVISION TO LOWER AIRLINE FEES

Ontario | February 25, 2022

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he Ontario International Airport Authority Board of Airport Commissioners today approved a budget revision to reduce landing fees and other airline costs to make the Southern California airport even more attractive to passenger and cargo air carriers. The reduced charges are retroactive to January 1. The new landing fee rate is $1.60 per 1,000 pounds of landed weight, down 8.3 percent from $1.71. The terminal rental rate is reduced 19.5 percent to $80 per square foot per year from...

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FAA STARTS BOEING 737 MAX TEST FLIGHTS, A MILESTONE IN GETTING THE PLANES BACK IN SERVICE AFTER CRASHES

Boeing | June 29, 2020

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The Federal Aviation Administration began recertification flights of the Boeing 737 Max on Monday, a key step toward permitting the planes to return to service after two fatal crashes more than a year ago. The 737 Max, Boeing’s bestseller, has been grounded worldwide since March 2019 after the crashes — one in Indonesia and another in Ethiopia — within five months of one another. All 346 people on the flights were killed in the crashes. Boeing has since changed a flight-...

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DECK 7 OPTIMIZES ITS STRATEGIC MARKETING FOR 2020 USING A REVISED ABM STRATEGY

PR.com | February 04, 2020

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Being one of the best lead-gen service providers in San Diego, California, DECK 7 is more data-focused than ever. The brand has optimized its strategic marketing approach by scaling ABM in a number of effective ways. By combining its time-tested ABM framework with a strong data-driven approach, DECK 7 is empowering numerous brands in maximizing growth and driving actionable results. DECK 7’s ABM prowess is defined by its skilled team members and their advanced approach to B2B marketing. Th...

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CHINA STEPS BACK IN AIRLINE DISPUTE WITH THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION

China’s civil aviation regulator | June 03, 2020

Beijing will allow limited flights by international carriers to resume after the White House threatened to block Chinese passenger jets from flying to the U.S. The Chinese authorities on Thursday appeared to retreat partially from an escalating dispute with the United States over air travel between the two countries, announcing that foreign airlines would be allowed to operate one flight per week in Chinese cities. The announcement, from China’s civil aviation regulator, followed th...

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AIRPORT MANAGEMENT

ONTARIO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY APPROVES BUDGET REVISION TO LOWER AIRLINE FEES

Ontario | February 25, 2022

he Ontario International Airport Authority Board of Airport Commissioners today approved a budget revision to reduce landing fees and other airline costs to make the Southern California airport even more attractive to passenger and cargo air carriers. The reduced charges are retroactive to January 1. The new landing fee rate is $1.60 per 1,000 pounds of landed weight, down 8.3 percent from $1.71. The terminal rental rate is reduced 19.5 percent to $80 per square foot per year from...

Read More
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FAA STARTS BOEING 737 MAX TEST FLIGHTS, A MILESTONE IN GETTING THE PLANES BACK IN SERVICE AFTER CRASHES

Boeing | June 29, 2020

The Federal Aviation Administration began recertification flights of the Boeing 737 Max on Monday, a key step toward permitting the planes to return to service after two fatal crashes more than a year ago. The 737 Max, Boeing’s bestseller, has been grounded worldwide since March 2019 after the crashes — one in Indonesia and another in Ethiopia — within five months of one another. All 346 people on the flights were killed in the crashes. Boeing has since changed a flight-...

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DECK 7 OPTIMIZES ITS STRATEGIC MARKETING FOR 2020 USING A REVISED ABM STRATEGY

PR.com | February 04, 2020

Being one of the best lead-gen service providers in San Diego, California, DECK 7 is more data-focused than ever. The brand has optimized its strategic marketing approach by scaling ABM in a number of effective ways. By combining its time-tested ABM framework with a strong data-driven approach, DECK 7 is empowering numerous brands in maximizing growth and driving actionable results. DECK 7’s ABM prowess is defined by its skilled team members and their advanced approach to B2B marketing. Th...

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