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Get ready for 7th Maximising Non-Aeronautical Revenue Summit

Leading 7th Maximising Non-Aeronautical Revenue Summit takes place This June 2019 in Singapore! With an average of 44% of global airports’ revenues deriving from the non-aeronautical sector and its increasing profitability, airports regardless of size have attempted to increase their revenue generation through non-aeronautical activities. However, with the impacts of econom...

Air Transport Crisis Communication ans Public Relations Masterclass 2019

Are you working in aviation industry? Maybe in an airport or for an airline? And finaly in you are responsible for Communication and Public Relations? In that case, you should read really carefully, as it is for you! Do you already have the Air Transport Crisis Communication ans Public Relations Masterclass 2019 in your agenda? We hope so!  It is increasingly important that...

In Singapore, Chinese New Year Rhymes with Travel

Sabre Corporation, the leading technology provider to the global travel industry, reveals that the Lunar New Year holiday has prompted more people to travel in 2019, than in previous years. With close to 1 million people travelling outside of the country between 2nd and 10th of February, Sabre data demonstrates that the number of airplane seats from Singapore over this festi...

Airport you don’t want to leave: Changi adds Aviation Industry Award to its list

Even rushing passengers do not mind getting lost, if it is among petal clouds, dancing raindrops, flower gardens... Or, generally speaking − in Singapore Changi Airport. Known as a destination in its own right, Changi is recognized in Aviation Industry Awards 2018 as the No.1 airport in the world, and here is why: Sleek innovation. In late 2017, Changi opened the Terminal 4, which (potent...

Textron Aviation customers benefit from expanded authorizations, greater maintenance capabilities at Singapore Service Center

Textron Aviation Inc.announced its Singapore Service Center has expanded jet and turboprop service with additional authorizations from authorities across Asia-Pacific and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). These recent authorizations enable the Singapore facility to deliver full service and support to select Citation, King Air and Caravan aircraft registered in  Indonesia, the Philipp...

FlightSafety International is Building a New Airbus A320 Full Flight Simulator for the Aviation Safety and Training Center in Singapore

FlightSafety International and HAITE Aviation Safety and Training Pte. Ltd. have signed an agreement for the purchase of a full flight simulator for the Airbus A320.  The simulator will replicate both the CEO and NEO versions of the A320 aircraft. The FlightSafety FS1000 simulator will be qualified to Level D and enter service at the Aviation Safety and Training Center in Singapore in January...

AsBAA Deepens Cooperation with Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore at Annual Safety Day

AsBAA, the Asian region’s non-profit representative association for business aviation held a Safety Day in which it hosted the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and industry experts to speak on topics affecting safety in the business and general aviation industry in Asia (BA/GA). The Safety Day was held on day one of Singapore Business Aviation Week 2018, a growing programme of...

Bombardier’s Singapore Service Centre Completes its First Ka-band High-speed Internet Installation on In-service Global 6000 Aircraft

Bombardier was the first OEM to offer the revolutionary Ka-band system on its business aircraft, a breakthrough moment in business aviation Ka-band technology delivers the industry’s fastest in-flight Wi-Fi connectivity, consistent performance and seamless coverage worldwide* Bombardier’s award-winning Singapore facility provides superior customer service and high-quality retrof...

Bombardier Global 7000 Aircraft Mock-up Heads to Singapore for Asia-Pacific Debut

A full-scale mock-up of the Global 7000 aircraft will be on display in Singapore for two weeks as of March 1, offering guests a rare opportunity to experience the unparalleled luxury of this unique business jet The Bombardier Global 7000 aircraft is in a class of its own, with four distinct living spaces, a fully-equipped kitchen and an exceptionally smooth ride The ...

Jet Aviation celebrates grand opening of Hangar 3 at Singapore Airshow 2018

Jet Aviation is pleased to announce its third hangar project at Seletar Aerospace Park in Singapore is now in operation. The company is hosting a grand opening ceremony at the facility during the Singapore Airshow on February 7, 2018. With this third hangar, the company has total hangar space in Singapore of 11,650 square meters. Jet Aviation tripled its capacity in Singapore with the...

Airbus wraps up its successful 2018 Singapore Airshow participation

Another strong showing for Airbus at this biennial Asia-Pacific event From the digitalisation of maintenance operations to aerial data collection by drones, Airbus’ growing portfolio of services took centre stage at this week’s Singapore Airshow – with a particular focus on the Asia-Pacific marketplace. Announcements during the six-day biennial aerospace industry event...

Air taxi service provider Wijet commits to upgrading business jet fleet with HondaJet

Honda Aircraft Company and Wijet, a provider of air taxi service currently operating 15 business jets throughout Europe, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) today for multiple HondaJets to upgrade the Wijet fleet. Honda Aircraft made the announcement during the Singapore Airshow being held at Changi Exhibition Centre, where the HondaJet is making its first-ever appearance....