Tag Archives: Asia Pacific

China signals great leap forward for GA potential

China is to finalise details on the use of its lower altitude airspace by civilian air traffic, potentially heralding significant growth for the general aviation … More ››

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NZ planning for freight drones within 8 years

Unmanned cargo aircraft could be taking to the skies before the New Southern Sky project is completed in eight years’ time, according to a New … More ››

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Asia Pacific summit secures international deal

Airways New Zealand and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to improve capabilities in air traffic management. … More ››

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Singapore eyes remote tower tech for Changi

Singapore’s aviation chiefs are targeting remote tower technology at Changi airport, one of the largest transportation hubs in Southeast Asia. “CAAS assesses that remote tower … More ››

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WATM: Singapore, Japan seal ATM pact

World ATM Congress 2016 The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and the Civil Aviation Bureau of Japan (JCAB) have signed a Memorandum of Cooperation … More ››

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CAAS, I2R team on ATM research

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and the Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R) have signed an agreement to establish a joint laboratory to advance … More ››

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Myanmar AIM upgrade completes in record time

Myanmar’s DCA has concluded factory testing of COMSOFT’s AIM system, with DCA staff completing system training, at COMSOFT’s Karlsruhe, Germany headquarters, less than two months … More ››

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Airways to enhance Pacific aviation safety

New Zealand’s air navigation service provider Airways will deliver a $2.4 million project to enhance safety at airfields in eight Pacific countries. The organisation has … More ››

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Airways New Zealand lands major China contract

Airways New Zealand has signed an agreement with China’s Civil Aviation Second Research Institute (CASRI) to distribute its air traffic control training simulators throughout China. … More ››

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Gridlocked Thailand to shelve open sky policy?

Thailand could restrict flights as fast growth risks dangerously overloading airspace and airport capacity, according to a high ranking aviation official. Thai transport minister Prajin … More ››

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