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Airline Economics Growth Frontiers London 2019
AIRLINE ECONOMICS GROWTH FRONTIERS LONDON 2019
May 30-30, 2019
IBA’s Peter Walter, Director of Asset Management is pleased to have been invited to speak on the Asset management panel on Thursday 30th May 16:20.IBA’s Mal Cowley, Business Development Director Ireland is pleased to have been invited to speak on the Engine valuations and appraisals pane...

Philippine Airport Modernization and Expansion Summit
PHILIPPINE AIRPORT MODERNIZATION AND EXPANSION SUMMIT
May 29-30, 2019
Philippines, a rapidly developing market in airport industry in recent years. The third Philippine Airport Modernization & Expansion Summit gathers high level executives from government officials; airport authorities; terminal operators; architects; construction contractors; leading technology s...

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Singapore-based aircraft leasing company BOC Aviation on Friday said it has delivered three Boeing B737-800 NG aircraft to Indian carrier SpiceJet. The three aircraft are powered by CFM56 engines. We are pleased to extend our relationship with our long-standing customer, SpiceJet, and to support its expansion in the vibrant Indian market, Robert Martin, Managing Director (MD) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of BOC Aviation, said. India has been one of the most rapidly growing major airline mar...
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MarketResearch.biz published a recent industry research report that spotlight on Airport Solar Power and provides detailed market analysis and future anticipation of Global Airport Solar Power Market. The research report supply a thorough study of past, present and future look of Airport Solar Power industry. It illustrate Airport Solar Power market forecast from 2019 to 2028 in-depth. Coupled with detail Airport Solar Power historical data as per client’s requirements. The study covers im...
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Southwest Airlines is the top-ranking company in the 2019 Workforce 100, which recognizes companies that have excelled in human resources during the past year. In ranking employers, Workforce editors and researchers from the publication's Human Capital Media Research and Advisory Group reviewed publicly available data on HR performance, as well as Glassdoor data on employee feedback. Southwest has gradually been climbing the list since the Workforce 100 began in 2014. Other companies, includ...
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With projects ranging from air taxis to AI in air traffic control, the UK CAA’s ‘Innovation Sandbox’ plans to keep UK aviation at the forefront of technology. The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has launched a new virtual space in which new technology can be safely tested – the ‘Innovation Sandbox’. The Sandbox is offering innovative companies the chance to discuss, explore, trial and test emerging concepts, helping the UK’s aviation sector to continue...
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Airbus has increased the maximum take-off weight of the A220 by 2.2t. The airframer disclosed the hike during its Innovation Days event in Toulouse on 21 May, but has yet to confirm the new MTOW for each variant. Airbus’s latest technical documentation for the aircraft, dated October 2018, lists the A220-100 as having a MTOW of 60.78t and a maximum landing weight of 52.39t. Its larger version, the A220-300, is similarly listed as having a 67.58t MTOW. Payload-range charts give typical rang...
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Brazil's lower house of Congress voted on Tuesday to allow foreign-controlled airlines to operate domestic flights in Latin America's largest economy, opening the door to more competition in an increasingly concentrated market. The chamber approved the original text of a decree issued by former President Michel Temer in December that removed the 20% limit on foreign ownership of Brazilian airlines. However, debates continued into the night, with voting scheduled to tweak the final langua...
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American Airlines may have yet to realise the full revenue benefits of its 2013 merger with US Airways, suggests Moody's Investors Service in a new report. "American's inferior operating margins imply that the company has yet to capture the operating benefits of the 2013 merger with US Airways," the rating agency said in a credit opinion on 21 May. Moody's expects the Fort Worth, Texas-based carrier's operating margin to lag peers Delta Air Lines and United Airlines by ...
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Last week, the air traffic control community came together in Atlantic City, NJ for the ATCA Tech Symposium to focus on the latest technology, research, and services driving innovation in the industry. From bolstering the workforce by encouraging more women to join the aviation community, to providing a STEM day for students to excite them for a future career in the aviation industry, to exploring new research and sharing ideas on managing new entrants like drones other unmanned aircraft sy...
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The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) intends to strengthen aircraft cybersecurity regulations by codifying the requirements into aircraft type certification specifications (CS), replacing the current regulatory process known as special conditions (SC). Also, EASA would expand cybersecurity requirements to more aircraft types. Special conditions mean that regulations must be complied with by individual approval of each aircraft before they are granted airworthiness approval. In a rece...
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The Dutch government is moving forward with legislation for a new aviation tax on passenger and cargo flights departing from Dutch airports starting in 2021. The country has been lobbying the European Union for this tax for quite some time and while it continues to lobby the bureaucrats in Brussels its own bureaucrats in Holland have gone ahead with getting the process started in their own country. The bill calls for a tax of seven euros per departing passenger for passenger flights, excluding i...
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EVENTS

Airline Economics Growth Frontiers London 2019
AIRLINE ECONOMICS GROWTH FRONTIERS LONDON 2019
May 30-30, 2019
IBA’s Peter Walter, Director of Asset Management is pleased to have been invited to speak on the Asset management panel on Thursday 30th May 16:20.IBA’s Mal Cowley, Business Development Director Ireland is pleased to have been invited to speak on the Engine valuations and appraisals pane...

Philippine Airport Modernization and Expansion Summit
PHILIPPINE AIRPORT MODERNIZATION AND EXPANSION SUMMIT
May 29-30, 2019
Philippines, a rapidly developing market in airport industry in recent years. The third Philippine Airport Modernization & Expansion Summit gathers high level executives from government officials; airport authorities; terminal operators; architects; construction contractors; leading technology s...