The University of South Wales (USW), an esteemed higher education institution in the UK and the UAE, and Falcon Aviation, a key player in the aviation industry of the UAE and the MENA region, have announced their intention to establish a strategic partnership that will facilitate an integrated university-industry approach to the training and development of aircraft maintenance engineers at the MEBAA Show 2018. A Heads of Terms, incorporating a milestone programme, was signed which sets out the expectations of the partnership to meet both organisations’ strategic intentions and industrial expectations, and a timeline for establishing the partnership. USW is … Continue reading Signing of Strategic Partnership Heads of Terms
Recognized for world-class innovation, precision and quality, Bell offers premium comfort coupled with safety, efficiency and outstanding customer service. The Bell 429 and Bell 505 helicopters combine sleek exterior lines and meticulously crafted bespoke interiors for the most comfortable in-flight experience. The Bell 505 and Bell 429 have become a staple for private transport around the world. Visit our static display P5 during MEBAA next week to find out why customers choose Bell. The Bell 505 Jet Ranger Xlight single engine helicopter is one of Bell’s most in demand commercial aircraft in the world. Now with over 10 000 hours … Continue reading BELL TO SHOWCASE BELL 505 AND BELL 429 CORPORATE AIRCRAFT AT MEBAA 2018 IN DUBAI
Emirates Skywards has launched an on-demand ground transportation booking app called Emirates Skywards Cabforce in partnership with CarTrawler – the first of its kind in the world. The app is a mobile travel companion that will offer its loyalty members an affordable and efficient transportation service in 27 countries and 117 cities across the world with more countries in the pipeline. Members can earn Skywards Miles on every ride booked through the Emirates Skywards Cabforce app. The app allows members to book safe and reliable private taxis, executive cars and minibuses at their convenience. The app offers fixed price quotes, … Continue reading Emirates Skywards introduces new on-demand taxi app Emirates Skywards Cabforce
The flag carrier airline, who announced the traffic results for June 2018, has now reached the highest first-half Load Factor (LF) rate of its history with 80.4%. Turkish Airlines, that announced the results of June 2018 passenger and cargo traffic, achieved the highest rate of Load Factor (LF) in the first six months of its history with a brilliant performance of 80.4%. The double-digit growth that the flag carrier recorded in the number of international non-transit passengers, marks an increasing interest in Turkey. According to the June 2018 Traffic Results; During the period of June 2018 passengers carried increased by … Continue reading Turkish Airlines continues its growth trend without slowing down.
New Technologies Being Adopted by Aerospace Industry at Incredible Rate Smart manufacturing will be featured at the Dubai Airshow 2019 as both a dedicated exhibition pavilion and a knowledge sharing conference. Industry insiders predict the future benefits of smart manufacturing to enable greater affordability, quality, customisation and speed-to-market innovation. The inaugural Smart Manufacturing conference and pavilion at the Dubai Airshow will bring together key stakeholders from the industry to discuss additive manufacturing, big data processing capabilities, industrial connectivity and advanced robotics. Smart manufacturing aims to take advantage of advanced information and manufacturing technologies to enable flexibility in physical processes to … Continue reading SMART MANUFACTURING TO FEATURE IN DUBAI AIRSHOW FOR 2019
Turkish Airlines signed a significant deal with American Express Global Business Travel (Amex GBT), one of the world’s leading agencies for corporate travel. With this agreement, signed by Turkish Airlines Chairman of the Board and the Executive Committee, M. İlker Aycı, and Amex GBT’s Board Chairman, Greg O’Hara, within today, Turkish Airlines expands its existing collaboration with AMEX to a global partnership, which was on regional scale between 2014-2017 and including just Europe, North America and Asia / Pacific regions.The global carrier who has added the “South America” region to the new joint service area with Amex GBT, will also … Continue reading Turkish Airlines signed a significant global agreement with American Express Global Business Travel (Amex GBT).
Brand Finance, one of the world’s leading independent organizations in brand valuation and strategy consulting, announced the results of 2018 evaluation. According to the announced results, Turkish Airlines was declared as the “Most Valuable Brand” of Turkey in all sectors.The national flag carrier, who was awarded this title once more again in recent years, now reinforces its leading position in its country with these results. Commenting on the results, M. İlker Aycı, Turkish Airlines Chairman of the Board and the Executive Committee, “This year, once again, Turkish Airlines was declared as the most valuable brand of Turkey in all sectors. … Continue reading Turkish Airlines was chosen as the “Turkey’s Most Valuable Brand” in all sectors.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced its expectation for airlines to achieve a collective net profit of $33.8 billion (4.1% net margin) in 2018. This is a solid performance despite rising costs, primarily fuel and labor, but also the upturn in the interest rate cycle. These rising costs are the main driver behind the downward revision from the previous forecast of $38.4 billion in December 2017. In 2017 airlines earned a record $38.0 billion (revised from the previously estimate of $34.5 billion). Comparisons to this, however, are severely distorted by special accounting items such as one-off tax credits which … Continue reading Solid Profits Despite Rising Costs
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called for economic regulation of airports in Australia to be strengthened. “At a time when we have an infrastructure crisis globally, Australia has a good story to tell. The plans for a new airport at Badgerys Creek are encouraging, as are efforts for cooperation between civil and military authorities to more efficiently use airspace. But we need to take a serious look at airport charges. Last year the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission raised concerns about the effectiveness of Australia’s price monitoring regulatory regime for airport charges. They were not convinced that … Continue reading Strengthen Economic Regulation of Australia’s Airports