Tag: safety


  • AsBAA Annual Safety Day

    The non-profit representative association for business aviation in Asia, known as AsBAA recently held a Annual Safety Day. The organization invited Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, and industry experts to speak on related topics. This provides a platform for...... Read More
  • Air Partner acquires Baines Simmons

    Air Partner pointed to the reputation of the Baines Simmons brand and the expertise of its employees within the aviation sector as key elements which should enable the business to help shape the evolving safety requirements in the industry....... Read More
  • 13 Indonesian carriers risk losing licences

    Indonesia's Ministry of Transport has given thirteen of the country's carriers until the end of July to improve their financial positions, or risk losing of their operator's licences, as they now must meet a minimum prescribed capital requirement with...... Read More
  • Thai carriers in trouble after ICAO safety audit

    China, South Korea and Japan have stopped Thai carriers from flying charters and new routes because of safety concerns highlighted by the audit.... Read More
  • IATA calls for action in Africa

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) opened its 69th Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit in Cape Town, South Africa with strong calls for African governments to take full advantage of aviation as a catalyst for...... Read More
  • EU blacklists all Afghan airlines

    In its latest blacklist update, the European Union has banned all airlines based in Afghanistan from flying to EU destinations, expanding the existing bans that were limited to Ariana Afghan Airlines. The EU cited inadequate oversight by Afghan regulators...... Read More
  • Four Indonesian carriers off EU ‘black-list’

    The European Commission has released its eleventh update of the Community’s list of airlines banned in the European Union with good news for four Indonesian carriers which have been removed from the so-called ‘black-list’. “We cannot afford any compromises...... Read More
  • N. Korea warns away carriers from its skies

    The United Nations’ International Civil Aviation Organisation has called on North Korea to retract its threat against South Korean passenger planes. Last week, the North said it could not guarantee the safety of South Korean passenger jets flying near...... Read More