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The Aircraft Airworthiness & Sustainment Conference
THE AIRCRAFT AIRWORTHINESS & SUSTAINMENT CONFERENCE
April 22-26, 2019
The mission of this conference is to identify the challenges and the collaborative work being done within the aerospace community in improving the safety, airworthiness, availability and cost effectiveness of both our military and commercial aircraft fleets. The battle of maintaining an aging fleet ...

GO DIGITAL US
GO DIGITAL US
April 29-29, 2019
With offices in Malmö, Sweden and San Diego, California, we work with a global perspective building partnerships with the leading experts and suppliers in aviation knowledge management.

Airports Authority of India


Airports Authority of India (AAI) was constituted by an Act of Parliament and came into being on 1st April, 1995 by merging erstwhile National Airports Authority and International Airports Authority of India. The merger brought into existence a single Organization entrusted with the responsibility of creating.

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According to the press release by ministry of civil aviation, the government has decided to allocate some of the slots vacated by Jet Airways to other airlines on a purely temporary basis for a period of three months. To ensure that the slots are allocated in a most and equitable and transparent manner, the government has constituted a committee comprising of Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Airports Authority of India (AAI), joint venture private airlines slot coordinators. This co...
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The Adani group has won bids to upgrade and operate 5 out of 6 airports that the Airports Authority of India (AAI) had put out for bids.  Sources said the Adani Group, which had bid for all six airports, has won to upgrade and operate five of them of for a period of 50 years. The airports that the group has won are Lucknow, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Mangalore & Trivandrum.
Bids for sixth airport - Guwahati- have not been opened yet, sources added.  These airport  projects will...

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The increasing availability of drones has finally prompted two major international airports, the U.K.’s Heathrow and Gatwick, to procure anti-drone systems. While these moves may signal a boon for counter-drone technology, they also underscore the danger of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) use in restricted air space. Canada has recently released new, stricter guidelines for commercial drone use; the U.S., the EU, and China also have regulations in place. Since 2017, at least three drone-plan...
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The British Government is reportedly considering plans to deploy military-grade anti-drone equipment after an intrusion by illegal drones caused chaos at two of the busiest airports in the UK. The proposed measures come after drone sightings at Gatwick Airport in December prompted the airport to halt operations for 36 hours and cancel almost 1,000 flights. Heathrow Airport was also forced to suspend operations for almost an hour when a drone violated the airport’s airspace zone. The govern...
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The UK’s London Heathrow and Gatwick airports are set to implement military-grade anti-drone equipment to deal with illegal drone flights near airfields. The latest development follows a recent incident of drone sightings at Gatwick Airport that caused widespread disruption and led to the cancellation of approximately 1,000 flights. Around 140,000 passengers were affected over the Christmas period. Operations at Gatwick Airport resumed after the authorities deployed strong security measure...
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The Chinese aviation regulator has provided more details on how airlines will be divided between Beijing’s two airports when the new Daxing International opens in September. The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) says foreign carriers, as well as those from Hong Kong and Macau, can choose which Beijing airport they want to operate out of, including having a presence at both. China Southern Airlines and China Eastern Airlines, together with carriers under their groups, Beijing Ca...
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New Zealand’s Auckland Airport has unveiled a 3D scanner that will allow quarantine officers to easily scan and identify unwanted pests in the bags of international passengers. The new X-ray technology produces 3D pictures, which will help discover items that have previously been hard such as dried meat, goods are hidden behind laptops, stink bugs and smuggled fruit. New Zealand Biosecurity Minister Damien O’Connor said: “Our dynamic biosecurity environment means we must consta...
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London Gatwick Airport has reported a 5.7% increase in passenger traffic for November compared to the same month last year. During November, more than 3.05 million passengers used Gatwick airport, driven by the facility’s network of long-haul routes. The number of passenger flying to long-haul destinations has increased by more than 11.9%. Gatwick stated that one in six of its 46 million annual travelers is now long-haul passengers. Additionally, flights to Kigali of Rwanda and Colombo of ...
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American IT company Unisys has been selected by the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to secure, operate, maintain and protect screening equipment at airports across the US. The Unisys implementation is a collective effort by TSA’s Passenger Screening Program and Electronic Baggage Screening Program, which offers a secure platform to integrate data from travellers and baggage screening equipment for real-time threat awareness and risk assessment. Unisys will execute the work ...

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France has honoured TAV Airports Holding Executive Board Member & CEO Sani Şener with the country’s highest and oldest order. The badge of l’Ordre national de la Légion d’Honneur (The National Order of the Legion of Honour) has been bestowed upon Şener for his contributions to bilateral relations between Turkey and France....
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EVENTS

The Aircraft Airworthiness & Sustainment Conference
THE AIRCRAFT AIRWORTHINESS & SUSTAINMENT CONFERENCE
April 22-26, 2019
The mission of this conference is to identify the challenges and the collaborative work being done within the aerospace community in improving the safety, airworthiness, availability and cost effectiveness of both our military and commercial aircraft fleets. The battle of maintaining an aging fleet ...

GO DIGITAL US
GO DIGITAL US
April 29-29, 2019
With offices in Malmö, Sweden and San Diego, California, we work with a global perspective building partnerships with the leading experts and suppliers in aviation knowledge management.