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  • Blakey blasts European greens for aviation emission proposals

    <P><A href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marion_Blakey" target=_blank>US&nbsp;FAA Administrator Marion Blakey </A>on 9...

  • Painted Black: a study of the EU unsafe airlines ban

    Just over 90 airlines have been named, shamed and banned – until their safety improves – from EU skies, while pressure...

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  • EBACE: Face the facts with Phoenix Aviation's Ingrid Strahammer

    News | 16 May 2011 11:35 | Andrew Doyle

    Ingrid Strahammer is vice-president of marketing (Europe) for Wilson airport, Nairobi-based Phoenix Aviation, one of a handful of African operators exhibiting at EBACE this yearhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/EBACE-Face-the-facts-with-Phoenix-Aviations-Ingrid-Strahammer-356364/
  • Green matters: speaking with one voice

    News | 28 Jun 2007 09:26 | Kerry Reals

    <P><STRONG>The airline industry is finally waking up to the fact that it needs to speak with one clear voice on the issue of the environment</STRONG><BR>Aviation’s impact on environment will be a key issue at this year’s IATA annual general meeting, which will focus on pushing for a united approach to counter the frequent depiction of aviation as “the bad guy” in the environmental debate. <BR><IMG style="PADDING-RIGHT: 10px; FLOAT: left; PADDING-BOTTOM: 10px; OVERFLOW: auto; WIDTH: 200px; HEIGHT: 283px" alt="" src="../assets/getAsset.aspx?ItemID=18320" border=0>“What we’re aiming for is consistency of message,” says Anthony Concil, director of communications at IATA. “We need to consolidate what we’ve done in the past and there is also an opportunity to decide how the industry goes forward on an issue that is changing, moving up governments’ agendas and which has the largest potential to impact us.”<BR>Philippe Rochat, executive director of the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG), sayshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Green-matters-speaking-with-one-voice-215242/
  • FAA criticises Europe's green line

    News | 14 May 2007 23:00 | Stephen Trimble

    Blakey calls environmental plan 'unworkable', but warns that similar backlash against aviation is possible in USAhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/FAA-criticises-Europes-green-line-213838/
  • Blakey blasts European greens for aviation emission proposals

    News | 10 May 2007 09:01 | Stephen Trimble

    <P><A href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marion_Blakey" target=_blank>US&nbsp;FAA Administrator Marion Blakey </A>on 9 May issued a fierce counter-punch against a movement in Europe to “unilaterally” impose an aviation emissions trading system. </P> <P>“In Europe, there are factions working to curtail aviation growth regardless of the benefits we offer to the economy and quality of life,” said Blakey, who addressed the <A href="Phoenix Aviation Symposium" target=_blank>Phoenix&nbsp;Aviation Symposium.</A></P> <P>“Trying to force a European solution on the world given the different aviation sectors, economic circumstances, and environmental issues of countries is unworkable, not to mention illegal,” she added.</P> <P>Blakey described several anecdotes to illustrate the<A href="http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2007/04/03/212976/emissions-pain-in-store-for-aviation.html" target=_blank>&nbsp;seriousness the issue of aviation emissions is in Europe</A>, even as no public outcry existhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Blakey-blasts-European-greens-for-aviation-emission-proposals-213782/
  • Painted Black: a study of the EU unsafe airlines ban

    News | 06 Apr 2006 13:29

    Just over 90 airlines have been named, shamed and banned – until their safety improves – from EU skies, while pressure grows for an international blacklisthttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Painted-Black-a-study-of-the-EU-unsafe-airlines-ban-205841/
  • Omani airline launches Dubai flights

    News | 25 Aug 2003 23:00

    <p>A newly formed Omani commercial charter company, Muscat Aviation Services (MAS), has launched operations with a Boeing 737-200. </p> <p>The airline leased the 737 from Sharjah, United Arab Emirates-based Phoenix Aviation, and is operating a twice-weekly service between the southern Oman resort city of Salalah on the Indian Ocean and Dubai. Salalah is a major port city and is developing fast as an industrial and business centre.</p> <p>Although there are already direct flights to Salalah from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Abu Dhabi, these only operate during the Gulf's summer season. MAS intends to serve Salalah directly from Dubai year-round.</p> <p>"Our next plan is to operate a commercial charter service from Muscat to Salalah, and to Mukalla in Yemen," says MAS chief executive Abdullah al-Maskari. He adds that the airline will lease aircraft in the short term, but "eventually, we will buy our own". MAS's plan is also to develop routes from the lower Gulf to destinations in the Casphttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Omani-airline-launches-Dubai-flights-170560/