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  • ATSB calls for certification standards review post QF32 accident

    The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has called on airworthiness authorities to review the findings of its final report on the QF32 accident and...

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  • IN FOCUS: Chinese airports go global

    Chinese hub airports and their carriers are growing strongly, but better international connections are essential if...

  • ANALYSIS: Is the weakness in the cargo market a temporary dip or a long-term trend?

    "Our approach has primarily been to build our existing... large palletised bellyholds and combi capacities" ...

  • Renewed push to rid cargo of paper

    Dutch move part of efforts to give fresh impetus to accelerating reach of IATA's e-freight initiative

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  • Virgin Australia accelerates Max delivery, cuts two A330s

    News | 29 Aug 2014 02:58 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Virgin Australia will accelerate the delivery of its first Boeing 737-8 Max to 2018, and will withdraw two Airbus A330-200s from its fleet in September.
  • Cathay Pacific to move to Singapore Changi’s T4 in 2017

    News | 30 Apr 2014 04:01 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Cathay Pacific has become the first carrier to announce that it will move into the new terminal 4 at Singapore Changi airport when it opens in 2017.
  • ROUTES: AirAsia X focuses on building more connections

    News | 10 Mar 2014 01:12 | Ellis Taylor

    AirAsia X’s recent focus on adding more frequencies to existing routes has seen a jump in passengers buying connecting flights.
  • PICTURE: Singapore’s Changi airport to build new taxiways

    News | 19 Feb 2014 02:51 | Firdaus Hashim

    The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has announced that Changi airport will have new taxiways built, as it seeks to accommodate long-term air traffic growth and maintain its status as a leading international air hub.
  • SINGAPORE: INTERVIEW: Rolls-Royce regional director Jonathan Asherson

    News | 10 Feb 2014 00:00

    Jonathan Asherson is Rolls-Royce's regional director for Asia-Pacific. A chartered engineer, Asherson represents the UK manufacturer's activities in its four core sectors: civil aerospace, defence aerospace, marine and energy. Before moving to Singapore in 1999, he was regional executive for Rolls-Royce in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, having joined the company from Siemens in 1995. He talks to Flight Daily News about Rolls-Royce's flagship Trent engine assembly facility at Seletar in Singapore, which opened in two years ago.
  • Jetstar Asia returns to ST Aero for line maintenance

    News | 28 Oct 2013 16:34 | Michael Gubisch

    Qantas’s part-owned low-cost subsidiary Jetstar Asia has again contracted MRO provider ST Aerospace for line maintenance at its Singapore base, after the airline temporarily took the work in-house.