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  • NATO Summit: Denmark heads munitions sharing initiative


    Denmark is leading an effort to increase the availability of munitions across NATO member states following depletions...


  • PICTURE: Afghan carrier Safi Airways launches services with Boeing 767


    Afghan carrier launches services with 767 Afghanistan start-up carrier Safi Airways launched operations on 17...


  • New airlines starting in Afghanistan


    <P>War torn Afghanistan is set to get three more commercial airlines, further increasing competition against national...


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  • NATO Summit: Denmark heads munitions sharing initiative

    News | 05 Sep 2014 15:14 | Beth Stevenson

    Denmark is leading an effort to increase the availability of munitions across NATO member states following depletions in supplies during recent air campaigns.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/NATO-Summit-Denmark-heads-munitions-sharing-initiative-403388/
  • PICTURE: Afghan carrier Safi Airways launches services with Boeing 767

    News | 23 Nov 2007 14:54 | Max Kingsley-Jones

    Afghan carrier launches services with 767 Afghanistan start-up carrier Safi Airways launched operations on 17 November, operating an ex-Air China Boeing...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PICTURE-Afghan-carrier-Safi-Airways-launches-services-with-Boeing-767-219805/
  • New airlines starting in Afghanistan

    News | 02 Jul 2007 10:34 | Leithen Francis

    <P>War torn Afghanistan is set to get three more commercial airlines, further increasing competition against national carrier <A href="http://www.flyariana.com/fleet.php" target=_blank>Ariana&nbsp;Afghan Airlines</A>.</P> <P>Afghanistan’s aviation and transportation minister, Niamatullah Ehsan Jawed, told journalists at a press conference in Kabul that three privately-owned carriers have received approval from the local civil aviation authority (CAA) and will start flying soon.</P> <P>He says 15 applied in total but only three were approved – Afghan Airlines, Access Air and Safi Air.</P> <P>Currently the country has just two commercial airlines: state-owned Ariana Afghan Airlines and privately-owned Kam Air.</P> <P>Ariana operates an <A href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonov_An-24" target=_blank>Antonov&nbsp;An-24</A>, some <A href="http://www.airbus.com/en/aircraftfamilies/a300a310/a300-600/performance.html" target=_blank>Airbus&nbsp;A300s</A>, <A href="http://www.boeing.com/chttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/New-airlines-starting-in-Afghanistan-215319/
  • Community spirit

    News | 01 Apr 2004 00:00

    <p>The issue of community support for new air service took centre stage as the US industry got back down to some serious route development at this year's Network event in Sarasota</p> <p>As yet, the US market may only be in the foothills of a long-awaited recovery, but if the optimistic mood at this year's Network route planning conference is anything to go by, then both airlines and airports are gearing up for new service. And as they do, debate over the relationship between carriers and the communities that they serve continues to take centre stage.</p> <p>The issue of airports providing incentives, or even hard cash support, in order to win airline service is hardly new and has been a recurring theme at Network ever since it was launched by Airline Business four years ago, with the aim of bringing airport route developers and airline planners together to do face-to-face business. But as some 200 delegates gathered for the latest event in early March, hosted by Sarasota/Bradenton Ihttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Community-spirit-179493/
  • Data crunch

    News | 01 May 2003 00:00

    <p>New US regulations requiring carriers to disclose data on passengers run foul of European data protection laws. David Naylor, partner at London-based law firm Morrison &amp; Foerster, looks at the implications for airlines </p> <p>In the aftermath of 11 September 2001, the US government implemented wide-ranging extra security measures. Among other key objectives, the administration perceived an immediate need to enhance its ability to identify potential terrorists entering the country. Within months the US government had implemented two major pieces of legislation aimed at providing access to the personal data of airline passengers and crews. Unfortunately for the airline industry, compliance with the new laws effectively required airlines with operations in Europe to routinely breach European data protection laws. </p> <p>Under the Aviation and Transportation Security Act and the Enhanced Border Security and Visa Entry Reform Act, all carriers operating flights to, from or throuhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Data-crunch-164750/
  • Routes

    News | 25 Apr 2000 00:00

    India's Jet Airways has introduced new domestic services from its recently established hub in Bangalore to Cochin, Coimbatore, Goa and Mumbai. Madras and Hyderabad will be added from May, as will a Hyderabad-Visakhampatnam service. US Airways launched a daily service from its hub in Charlotte, North Carolina, to Paris Charles de Gaulle on 13 April. A service to Frankfurt, Germany, begins on 11 May. Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and Icelandair have filed with the US Department of Transportation for anti-trust immunity on transatlantic flights. The two airlines already codeshare on some flights between the USA and Scandinavia. Delta Air Lines began a daily service between New York Kennedy and Lyon, France, on 14 April. The US airline is also starting a codeshare with South African Airways on flights from Johannesburg to Windhoek in Namibia. Taca International Airlines began a weekly charter service between Los Angeles and Havana, Cuba, on 15 April, on behalf of Cuba Travel Services. Lhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Routes-64839/