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  • Canjet crew freed as armed hijacker surrenders


    The gunman that held the crew of a Canjet Airlines aircraft hostage in Jamaica for several hours is now in police custody, the carrier says. "We are...


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  • Regulators worry about take-off performance miscalculation


    The UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch has called for regulators to develop safeguards to prevent take-off...


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  • Regulators worry about take-off performance miscalculation

    News | 13 Nov 2009 10:00 | David Learmount

    The UK Air Accidents Investigation Branch has called for regulators to develop safeguards to prevent take-off performance miscalculations. The AAIB argues...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Regulators-worry-about-take-off-performance-miscalculation-334754/
  • Canjet crew freed as armed hijacker surrenders

    News | 20 Apr 2009 13:16 | Andrew Doyle

    The gunman that held the crew of a Canjet Airlines aircraft hostage in Jamaica for several hours is now in police custody, the carrier says. "We are...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Canjet-crew-freed-as-armed-hijacker-surrenders-325356/
  • Canjet Airlines aircraft hijacked at Montego Bay

    News | 20 Apr 2009 08:19 | Andrew Doyle

    A Canjet Airlines aircraft has been hijacked by an armed man at Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, Jamaica. A total of 182 passengers and...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Canjet-Airlines-aircraft-hijacked-at-Montego-Bay-325336/
  • Latin American lead

    News | 30 Apr 1996 23:00

    Increasingly creative financial mechanisms and new products that insure against political and contractual risks, are providing incentives for private sector investment in Latin American and Caribbean airports. By Ellis Juan.As the air transport sector continues its rapid expansion in an increasingly globalised economy, the entry of fast-growing new participants like China (with growth rates of 20 per cent), Eastern Europe, and the CIS nations, together with growth in more traditional markets such as Southeast Asia and Latin America, is putting ever greater demands on the level of investment needed to meet air transport infrastructure requirements. <p>Large capital injections will be needed at the beginning of the next millennium for the modernisation of passenger and cargo aircraft fleets, the expansion and rehabilitation of airport infrastructure, and more sophisticated air navigation systems. The International Civil Aviation Organisation (Icao) estimates the investment that willhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Latin-American-lead-15805/