Aviation

Leading Asia-Pacific customers finalise agreements for Boeing Supply Chain Solutions
Global supply chain agreements with All Nippon Airways, Cathay Pacific, and Xiamen Airlines optimise maintenance, operations, and parts management
Emirates to launch services to Penang via Singapore
Travellers in northern region of Malaysia to have direct access to Emirates’ global network via Dubai
Aviation fuel market to hit US$325 billion by 2026
Expanding middle class market, growing tourism industry leading to market share expansion
Bolloré Logistics India signs aircraft engine transportation contract at Dubai Airshow
Bolloré Logistics India has signed a contract for aircraft engine transportation including customs clearance documentation with CFM Aircraft Engine Support South Asia Private Limited at the Dubai Airshow
Strata signs aircraft parts supply chain deal with GAZC at Dubai Airshow
The Al Ain-based aero-structure manufacturer and Spain’s Grupo Aeronáutico Zona Centro sign five-year supplier contract for metallic bonded and CNC machined detail aircraft parts
ENOC Group and GoAir ink aviation fuel supply agreement
ENOC will provide Go Air with jet fuel supply at Dubai International Airport for their fleet of commercial airplanes
Etihad appoints Duncan Bureau as senior vice president of global sales and distribution
The role will be instrumental in driving the group’s commercial strategy globally.
Emirates engineers efficiencies with RFID
Emirates completes the largest number of RFID scans for inflight emergency equipment on a daily basis
Electric airliner concepts ‘pie in the sky’ says Emirates president
Clark said more should be done by authorities to help reduce the carbon footprint of aircraft
US government repeats warning to airlines over Iran threat in Gulf region
Federal Aviation Administration releases new guidance to US airlines and other commercial-flight operators over threat posed by Iran
Revealed: which Emirates route makes the most money
Dubai to London Heathrow brought in almost $800m last year, according to analysts OAG
Dubai's DXB sees fewer passengers in H1 amid runway closure
Dubai International welcomes 41.3 million passengers in the first half of 2019, down more than 5%. following a 45-day runway closure

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