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INTERNATIONAL: Aviation association approves runway safety measures

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the United Nations’ aviation agency, along with its runway safety partner organizations recently adopted a runway safety action plan at its Lima, Peru, meeting. ICAO’s Global Runway Safety Action Plan is intended to prevent runway accidents by coordinating the safety activities of air navigation service providers countries, airlines, airports,
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INTERNATIONAL: Aviation association approves runway safety measures

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the United Nations’ aviation agency, along with its runway safety partner organizations recently adopted a runway safety action plan at its Lima, Peru, meeting. ICAO’s Global Runway Safety Action Plan is intended to prevent runway accidents by coordinating the safety activities of air navigation service providers countries, airlines, airports,
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INTERNATIONAL: Aviation key to ending poverty in Argentina: transport minister

The newly liberalised aviation industry in Argentina is playing a central role in the government’s aim to end poverty, the country’s transport minister said today. Speaking to delegates at the ALTA Airline Leaders Forum in Buenos Aires, Guillermo Dietrich says the administration of president Mauricio Macri is working “to eradicate poverty from Argentina forever”. “We
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INTERNATIONAL: Reduction in China-Taiwan Traffic Pressures China Airlines

A dwindling number of mainland Chinese tourists traveling to Taiwan has prompted the island nation’s flag carrier, China Airlines, to shift its attention to new markets. Speaking at the October 24-25 Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) Assembly of Presidents in Taipei, CAL president Hsieh Su-Chien outlined his strategy to react to cross-straits tensions and
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