- VariFlight: Chinese Airports Development Report for March 2017[Apr. 14, 2017]
VariFlight-China Aviation Big Data Research Center has released the Chinese Airports Development Report for March 2017:
- China Eastern Airlines to Build Base Worth US$2 Billion at New Beijing Airport[Apr. 13, 2017]
China's economic planner on Thursday approved China Eastern Airlines' 13.2-billion-yuan (US$1.92 billion) plan for a base at an expansive new airport in Beijing that could eventually be the world's largest, when completed.
- Hainan Airlines Wins SAIC Approval for Chengdu LCC[Apr. 13, 2017]
- Metrojet Brings In Industry Vets as Leadership Transitions[Apr. 12, 2017]
Hong Kong-based Metrojet (H410) has hired business aviation veteran Gary Dolski to lead its aircraft management and charter (AMC) unit and Alden Zhang to head up its base in Shanghai. The additions come as Metrojet CEO Björn Näf makes plans to return to Europe to "pursue a new challenge" later this year.
- CAM Attends ABACE 2017 to Look for Development Opportunities of Business Aviation[Apr. 13, 2017]
Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition 2017 (ABACE 2017) was successfully held at Shanghai Hawker Pacific Business Aviation Service Centre from 11 to 13 April 2017. The delegation of Macau International Airport Co., Ltd. (CAM) including Mr. Ye Hong - Chief Representative of Shanghai Representative Office (SRO), Ms. Emma Tang - Deputy Director of Logistics and General Aviation Development Department (LGD) and Mr. Jerry Pang - Manager of SRO attended this event.
- China's First Airplane Recycling Center to Open in August[Apr. 12, 2017]
The first civil aircraft recycling base in China will begin operating in Harbin, Heilongjiang province in northeast China, in August.
- Tibet's Airport Now Able to Accommodate Large Planes Overnight[Apr. 12, 2017]
Konggar Airport in Tibet, one of the highest-altitude airports in China, was able to accommodate a Tibet Airlines wide-body Airbus 330 aircraft overnight for the first time, the airline announced Wednesday.
- Cathay Pacific Reshuffles Top Leadership after Annual Loss[Apr. 12, 2017]
Cathay Pacific Airways on Wednesday said Ivan Chu will step down as chief executive officer on May 1, and will be replaced by the airline's current Chief Operating Officer (COO) Rupert Hogg amid a wider reshuffle of the airline's leadership.
- Shanghai May Build New Airport for Business Flights[Apr. 12, 2017]
- Nissan Adds Future Auto Tech to Guangzhou Airport[Apr. 11, 2017]