Demand Seen For Larger, More Efficient Aircraft Over The Next
According to Airbus’ latest Global Market Forecast (GMF),
between 2011 and 2030, carriers in Australia, New Zealand and the
Pacific Islands region will require 736 new passenger and freighter
aircraft (above 100 seats) valued at $98 billion. The
region’s close links to emerging economies are the main
contributor to traffic growth with business and tourism set to grow
Boeing and Ethiopian Airlines Wednesday announced an order for
four Boeing 777 Freighters, making Ethiopian Airlines the first
African carrier to order the twin-engine freighter. The order is
valued at approximately $1.1 billion at list prices.
Several Programs And Certifications To Be Announced At
Safe Flight Instrument Corporation, the longest privately-held
avionics manufacturer under continuous management, marks this
year’s NBAA convention with the celebration of its 65th
anniversary and the announcement of several new programs and
The Airports Council International – North America
(ACI-NA) Board of Directors Wednesday announced that Oris W. Dunham
Jr., first director general of Airports Council International, is
the recipient of the 2011 William E. Downes Jr. Memorial Award.
Memoranda Of Understanding (MOUs)Expected To Be Signed In UK
And Spain Next Week
Florida Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll, Chair of the Space Florida
Board and Space Florida President Frank DiBello will travel to the
UK and Spain next week to meet with leadership of both countries to
discuss enhanced business opportunities.
A Potential Disaster Was Averted By Humberside Police After A
Vehicle Was Left Abandoned On A Railroad Track In Hull
A former Royal Navy pilot who had spent some time as a train
operator helped prevent a train from colliding with a car in the UK
on Monday. The incident happened on the afternoon of October 3rd at
when a car was requested to stop on Witty Street in Humberside, UK
by a police patrol on the ground and failed to do so.