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Rockwell Collins opens new office in Riyadh

Rockwell Collins, a leader in  in the development of innovative communication and aviation electronic solutions, has opened a new business office in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The announcement was made at Idex 2015, the Middle Eas

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Rockwell Collins opens new office in Riyadh

Rockwell Collins, a leader in  in the development of innovative communication and aviation electronic solutions, has opened a new business office in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The announcement was made at Idex 2015, the Middle Eas

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BIA showcases history of aviation in Bahrain

Bahrain Airport Company, the managing body and operator of Bahrain International Airport (BIA), has launched the ‘Flying Feathers’ photo exhibition at the terminal’s departure lounge, showcasing the kingdom’s aviation leg

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Aviation safety over conflict zones a key concern

Following the recent shooting at the flydubai airplane in Iraq, the risks associated with flying aircraft over conflict zones will be a key area of discussion at the third World Aviation Safety Summit in Dubai, UAE, next month. As confl

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IATA welcomes ICAO flight tracking standard recommendation

The International Air Transport Association (Iata) welcomed the International Civil Aviation Organisation’s (ICAO) second High Level Safety Conference (HLSC/2) recommendation to move towards the adoption of a performance-based standard for

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Gogo launches new inflight connectivity tech for business aviation

Gogo, a US-based provider of in-flight connectivity and entertainment solutions to the global aero market, has announced that it will bring its next generation ATG-4 air-to-ground connectivity technology to business aviation. ATG-4 will

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Gulf Air appoints female aviation security professional

Bahrain’s national carrier Gulf Air has appointed the first female Bahraini aviation security professional. The airline announced that Hala Azzam became the first Bahraini woman to receive accreditation for completing the Av

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Business jet makers want out of UN plane tracking plan

Business jets, which mostly carry the rich and powerful, should not be subject to a United Nations proposal to require plane makers to install costly equipment that would better track aircraft, an industry group said on Tuesday. T

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Gulf banks fuel Middle East aviation boom

Cash-rich Gulf banks are becoming bigger players in the region's aviation boom, helping carriers like Emirates, Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways to fund their fleet expansion. Figures from European planemaker Airbus show that

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Aviation leaders seek new safety mandate after deadly 2014

Aviation leaders will try to secure a mandate to implement new safety standards when they meet next week after a string of high-profile accidents around the world made 2014 the deadliest year for commercial airlines in almost a decade.

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