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  • Volcanic centre data illustrates rarity of UK ash disruption

    Disruption to air traffic is relatively rare in the zone overseen by the London Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre, one of...

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  • Volcanic centre data illustrates rarity of UK ash disruption

    News | 15 Apr 2010 12:40 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Disruption to air traffic is relatively rare in the zone overseen by the London Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre, one of nine monitoring sectors which track...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Volcanic-centre-data-illustrates-rarity-of-UK-ash-disruption-340667/
  • UK territories to oversee aviation

    News | 29 May 2006 23:00

    Corporate operators urged to respond to new proposalshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/UK-territories-to-oversee-aviation-206918/
  • In brief

    News | 31 May 2004 23:00

    <p>Turkish Airlines (THY) has named Candan Karlitekin as its new chief executive, replacing Abdurrahman Gundogdu who will remain as general manager with the carrier. Karlitekin was on the THY board last year and has worked in the Turkish government's planning department.</p> <p>State-owned Biman Bangladesh Airlines has named Akhtar Hussain Khan its new managing director, replacing Mohammad Liaqat Ali who left after just three months in the job. Akhtar, director-general of Bangladesh's social welfare directorate, is a career public servant.</p> <p>Malaysian cargo carrier Transmile Group has appointed the country's former minister for transport Ling Liong Sik chairman following an ownership revamp. Ling replaces Gan Boon Aun, who has retained his role as chief executive. The changes followed an ownership revamp that saw Hong Kong's Kuok Group acquiring a sizeable minority shareholding.</p> <p>Venezuela has picked Dalila Montserrat to head Conviasa, the new state-owned airline that plahttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/In-brief-182270/
  • Tenix raises hopes for volcano early warnings

    News | 18 Nov 2003 00:00

    <p>EMMA KELLY / PERTH</p> <p>An Australian company is hoping to launch an airborne volcanic gas and ash detector next June, promising to imp- rove safety and reduce aircraft engine maintenance costs. </p> <p>Tenix hopes to commercialise technology developed with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation. The ground-based infrared sensor would be installed at airports near volcanoes, providing early warning and data about ash and sulphur dioxide clouds. </p> <p>A volcano erupts somewhere in the world about once a week, says Tenix, causing an estimated $180 million of damage to aircraft every year. Silicate ash particles can enter aircraft engines and melt, leading to serious damage, and can also cause windscreen scouring and affect instruments. Images of the volcanic ash and gas would be sent via the Iridium satellite network to a server in Adelaide, South Australia, for subscriber viewing online. </p> <p>The launch follows a series of single-camera tests thishttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Tenix-raises-hopes-for-volcano-early-warnings-174021/
  • Poor safety monitoring

    News | 20 Nov 1996 15:21

    <p>The US Federal Aviation Administration has given several Caribbean states poor marks for monitoring aviation safety. These are Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St Lucia, St. Vincent and The Grenadines, and St Kitts and Nevis. Only limited operations to the USA are permitted until improvements are made. </p> <p>Countries whose carriers fly to the USA must ad- here to International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) safety guidelines. Nine countries which failed the FAA audit are barred from operating to the USA. </p> <p>&nbsp;</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Poor-safety-monitoring-11015/
  • Airline news

    News | 30 Jun 1995 23:00

    <p>All Nippon Airways will begin routes from Osaka/Kansai to Shanghai, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur in mid-July. The routes are subject to approval by Japan's Ministry of Transport. </p> <p>Philippine Airlines has begun a three time a week service from Manila to San Francisco using B747-400s. </p> <p>SilkAir and Merpati Air have both begun operations between Singapore and Solo, Central Java, following an MOU on tourism cooperation between the governments. </p> <p>Eva Air has started services to Melbourne and Surabaya from its base in Taipei. The Australian destination will be a twice weekly service while Indonesia's second largest city will be served by three weekly flights. </p> <p>Asiana Airlines of Korea has become the 16th member of Orient Airlines Association. </p> <p>Maersk Air is to launch a daily service from Billund to Paris/Charles de Gaulle from the end of the year. </p> <p>Iberia has taken over the London/Gatwick-Madrid service, previously operated by its subsidiary Viva.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Airline-news-16464/