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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - AVIATION & AIRLINES

UAE has the highest international aviation security standards: Al Suwaidi

Posted on 04/11/2010

Saif Mohammad Al Suwaidi, Director General of the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), stressed that the UAE considers civil aviation security our top priority. This is achieved by implementing the highest levels of international security standards backed up with state-of-the-art technology. UAE has endeavoured and practiced assisting various states in combating threat to aviation security in every possible way. UAE also believes that any threat or gap in our aviation security can ...  >>MORE

flydubai agrees financing for four B737-800NGs

Posted on 04/11/2010

flydubai yesterday announces sale and leaseback agreements on four Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft worth US$320m at list prices with aircraft leasing group Avolon. In addition to recently announced deals with GECAS and BBAM to finance nine aircraft, this latest deal secures flydubai's needs through to December 2011. Ghaith Al Ghaith, CEO of flydubai, said "We are delighted to be able to enter into this partnership with Avolon today. Like flydubai, Avolon is a young, ambitious, dynamic company ...  >>MORE

Al Suwaidi participates in “Air Traffic Control Optimisation Summit"

Posted on 02/11/2010

Saif Mohammad Al Suwaidi, Director General of The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority delivered the opening speech at the second annual of the ""Air Traffic Control Optimisation Summit", which held yesterday in Dubai for two days with participants from Air traffic control sector on the regional and international level. Al Suwaidi pointed out the annual growth in aircraft movements which exceeding 11%, capacity and the necessity to deal with this issue in a systematic manner. "Capacity is ...  >>MORE

Emirates Airline hits new high with record half year results

Posted on 02/11/2010

Emirates produced a net profit of Dh3.4 billion (US$925 million), for the first six months of its current financial year ending 30th September 2010. This represents an outstanding 351.2 percent increase compared to Dh752 million (US$205 million), for the same period in 2009. "The results for the first half of the 2010-11 financial year are incredibly robust, and reflect Emirates' success in growing customer demand, supported by investment in new aircraft, products and customer service. We ...  >>MORE

GCAA regards as unlikely the possibility of onboUPS Boeing 747 - 400 plane crash in September ard explosion in

Posted on 01/11/2010

The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority's (GCAA) ongoing investigation into the UPS Boeing 747-400 accident in Dubai on September 3rd, 2010 has regarded as unlikely the possibility of an onboard explosion. "In addition, as per standard accident investigation protocol, following the retrieval of flight recorders from the Digital Flight Data Recorder (DFDR) and the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CRV), commonly known as black box, the GCAA investigation team has thoroughly analysed the technical data ...  >>MORE

Dubai Police seizes explosive package from Yemen

Posted on 31/10/2010

The investigations launched by Dubai Police about the suspicious package found onboard a Federal Express cargo plane coming from Yemen has revealed that the package contained a computer printer with explosives loaded to its toner cartridge. A statement released by Dubai Police yesterday said the explosives were 'professionally' loaded and connected via an electric circuit to a mobile phone chip hidden inside the printer. "The plot style carries features similar to previous attacks carried out ...  >>MORE

Seized package shipped from Sana’a on a Qatar Airways plane: GCAA Source

Posted on 31/10/2010

The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) announced yesterday that the package which was discovered in Dubai International Airport yesterday was shipped from Sana'a on board a Qatar Airways plane heading to Doha and then forwarded from that flight to Dubai. The package was seized in Dubai International Airport after the authorities grew suspicious about. Laboratory tests confirmed the package contained explosive substances, the GCAA said in a statement yesterday. A GCAA source told the ...  >>MORE

GCAA no shipment from Yemen to NYC from Dubai

Posted on 31/10/2010

Official source in The General Civil Aviation Authority confirmed in a statement to WAM that the Emirates Airline flight from Dubai to the United States of America did not carry any shipment from Yemen. . – Emirates News Agency, WAM ...  >>MORE

Etihad Airways signs codeshare deal with Asiana Airlines

Posted on 28/10/2010

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, has announced a codeshare agreement with Asiana Airlines, the major airline of South Korea, complementing Etihad's own service to Seoul which commences on December 10. The new cooperative relationship will see flights between Abu Dhabi, Seoul and beyond operating under an EY (Etihad) and OZ (Asiana) code. The codeshare fares will be available for purchase from mid-November for departure from Etihad's first Seoul service on ...  >>MORE

Etihad Airways appoints UAE National as new Airport manager in South Korea

Posted on 27/10/2010

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, yesterday announced the appointment of Shaeb Ahmed Alneaimi as its first Airport Manager at Incheon International Airport (IIA) in South Korea. Based in Seoul, Alneaimi will oversee the Etihad airport office operations at IIA. James Hogan, Etihad Airways' Chief Executive Officer, said: "Seoul is a new and important destination for Etihad, and I am delighted to have a person of the calibre of Shaeb in this pivotal position. ...  >>MORE

GCAA signs air services agreement with Botswana

Posted on 25/10/2010

The United Arab Emirates, represented by the General Civil Aviation Authority initialled recently Air Services Agreement (ASA) and Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Government of Botswana. Omar Bin Ghalib, Deputy Director General of the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority signed the MoU on behalf of UAE government, and Lt Col. Moakohi K. Modisanyne, Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Transport '&' communications signed on behalf Botswana government. The objective of the ASA,s ...  >>MORE

Emirates flies high at 25

Posted on 25/10/2010

This incredible ambassador in the sky for Dubai has literally become a household word and today is the benchmark for excellence not just in the air but also on the ground and in the services it offers its passengers. With customer loyalty as its focal point from that first day in 1985 when a leased aircraft took off, Emirates is today a 50,000 strong company which flies to 105 destinations and has a fleet of 151 modern Airbus and Boeing aircraft while also enjoying the position of being the ...  >>MORE

Shell to supply Al Maktoum airport with fuel

Posted on 24/10/2010

Shell Aviation (SAV) said it has signed a fuel concession agreement with Dubai Airports to operate as a fuel supplier at the new Dubai World Central-Al Maktoum International airport. The agreement was signed by Sheikh Ahmad Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Airports, and Richard Jory, Regional General Manager, Shell Aviation, Middle East, South and Central Asia and Africa, on behalf of Shell Markets Middle East Limited. The deal will enable Shell Aviation to operate as one of the ...  >>MORE

12.8 per cent growth in air traffic movements in September

Posted on 19/10/2010

The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) announced that air traffic movements in UAE grew at unprecedented rate of 12.8 per cent in September 2010 compared to the same month last year. The GCAA monthly report indicated that total air traffic movements in September 2010 were 52,693, with an average of 1756 air traffic movements per day. GCAA's monthly report for September 2010 showed the number of air traffic movements in each UAE airport. Dubai ranked first with 24068 air traffic ...  >>MORE

Etihad welcomes first Emirati cabin crew member

Posted on 18/10/2010

Etihad Airways has welcomed its first Emirati cabin crew member. Farah Saeed, who is 27 years old and from Dubai, recently graduated from the initial eight week training course at the Etihad training complex in Khalifa City. Etihad has more than 3,000 cabin crew members of more than 100 nationalities, but Farah is the first UAE national to become a cabin crew member. James Hogan Etihad Airways' Chief Executive Officer, said: "We are proud to welcome Farah to the Etihad family and wish her ...  >>MORE

Airport CEO clears the air on Dubai Aviation

Posted on 17/10/2010

Dubai Airports' CEO Paul Griffiths has issued a statement in response to the recent comments and media coverage emanating from France and Canada that inaccurately imply government subsidisation and preferential treatment of local carrier Emirates Airline. "The only thing Dubai is guilty of is providing an environment that actually supports aviation. Most governments around the world treat aviation as a pariah, choking its growth with costly, misdirected regulation, instead of adopting ...  >>MORE

Dubai Airport hits out at critics

Posted on 14/10/2010

Dubai Airports Wednesday reacted to the recent comments and media coverage emanating from France and Canada that inaccurately imply government subsidisation and preferential treatment of local carrier Emirates Airline. "The only thing Dubai is guilty of is providing an environment that actually supports aviation,” Dubai Airports CEO Paul Griffiths said in a statement. "Most governments around the world treat aviation as a pariah, choking its growth with costly, misdirected regulation, instead ...  >>MORE

A piece of UAE’s aviation history

Posted on 14/10/2010

The historic Al Mahatta Museum highlighted the evolution and milestones in the UAE's aviation sector at the second Global Aviation Safety Conference (GASC) for Humanitarian Air Activities in Sharjah. Opened in 1932 as the first airport in the Gulf region, Al Mahatta was used as a staging post for commercial flights from Britain to India. Today, the airport buildings feature exhibits depicting the history of aviation in Sharjah. Four fully restored original propeller planes that belonged to ...  >>MORE

UAE - Paris flights not affected by French national strike

Posted on 13/10/2010

France's national strike drew in some air traffic controllers prompting the country's Civil Aviation Authority to limit the number of flights in and out of Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG) airport. The French Unions are striking in protest of the government's proposal raising the retirement and state pension ages, from 60 to 62 and 65 to 67 respectively. The effect on public transport, rail and buses is limited up to now. Despite expectations that 50 per cent of flights would be cancelled ...  >>MORE

Emirates hits back at subsidy accusations

Posted on 13/10/2010

Emirates has rejected charges it accepts government subsidies or uses export credit rules that benefit Middle Eastern airlines. Air France and other European airlines say they will lobby their governments to put an end to such rules, citing the competitive threat posed by the likes of Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways. "When so many entities and economies around the world are being shored up by governments in order to survive, it is surprising to single out Emirates with ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum inaugurates Dubai Logistics Corridor

Posted on 12/10/2010

Under the patronage of HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman of Dubai Aviation City Corporation, the Dubai Logistics Corridor was officially inaugurated yesterday. The Dubai Logistics Corridor, which links sea, land and air, is spread out over an area of approximately 200 square kilometres. The corridor bridges Jebel Ali Port, the sixth-largest container port in the world; Jebel Ali Free Zone, host to more than 6,500 companies; and ...  >>MORE

GCAA initials 3 air services agreements with Latin American '&' African states

Posted on 12/10/2010

Montreal - The General Civil Aviation Authority recently initialled three Air Services Agreements (ASA's) and signed three MoU's with Burkina Faso, Guatemala and Vanuatu. Saif Mohammed Al Suwaidi, the Director General of the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority initialled the ASA's and signed the MoU's on behalf of UAE government on the sidelines of the International Civil Aviation Organisation assembly 37th held in Montreal between 26 September - 5 October 2010. On behalf of the other ...  >>MORE

GCAA reveals more details regarding crash of UPS Boeing 747 - 400 Cargo

Posted on 12/10/2010

The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has revealed new details regarding the ongoing investigation of the UPS Boeing 747 - 400 Cargo crash on 3rd September 2010 in Dubai. The investigation is progressing with the remaining aircraft wreckage removed recently from the accident site. Components of the wreckage required for further forensic investigation will be in GCAA custody in a secured unit, until such time the investigation is concluded, GCAA said in a press statement. Onsite ...  >>MORE

Emarati women to create centre of excellence with opening of Al Ain contact centre

Posted on 11/10/2010

Etihad Airways will open a new contact centre in Al Ain that will be exclusively managed and operated by UAE national women. The contact centre, which is set to open in January 2011, will be staffed by 80 Emarati women who will be contact centre agents, contact centre team leaders under the leadership of a contact centre manager. The contact centre is the latest element to be introduced into Etihad's innovative Emaratisation scheme that currently includes a cadet pilot, engineering, and ...  >>MORE

RAK Airways is airborne again

Posted on 11/10/2010

Ras Al Khaimah-based RAK Airways restarted flights on Sunday, after over a year of suspension, with trips to Saudi Arabia and India and tickets priced as low as Dh10 (US$2.72), it said in a statement. The airline will operate four flights per week each to Jeddah and southern Indian city of Calicut. "Jeddah is the gateway to Saudi Arabia's holiest sites and we expect a steady stream of traffic there, not least for those wishing to perform Umrah or Haj," said Chief Executive Omar Jahameh in the ...  >>MORE

UAE re-elected to ICAO Council

Posted on 07/10/2010

Canada - The UAE made a new international achievement yesterday when it was re-elected to the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). UAE won the majority vote of 90%, at the 37th session of ICAO General Assembly held in Montreal, Canada during the period 28 September - 6 October 2010. The Council consists of 36 out of 190 members of ICAO. This is the second time the UAE is elected to the Council. The first time was in the previous session held in 2007. Sultan bin ...  >>MORE

Etihad Crystal Cargo launches service to Hong Kong

Posted on 06/10/2010

Etihad Crystal Cargo, a division of Etihad Airways, will launch a twice weekly service from its hub at Abu Dhabi International Airport to Hong Kong, China, from October 13 2010, using its new A330-200 freighter with a payload of 60 metric tonnes. Roy Kinnear, Senior Vice President of Etihad Crystal Cargo, said: "This new service, our fourth dedicated freighter service to China, is an important strategic addition to our freight network. Hong Kong is the world's second busiest cargo hub, ...  >>MORE

Delight in Hong Kong as Emirates' A380 Touches Down on National Day

Posted on 03/10/2010

Emirates airline helped National Day celebrations get under way as its Airbus A380 flew into Hong Kong for the first time just hours before a dazzling fireworks display lit up the iconic harbour skyline. With festivities in full swing across the city, the super-jumbo landed at Hong Kong International Airport to mark the start of its daily A380 service connecting Hong Kong and Dubai, via Bangkok. EK384 was welcomed by a water canon salute as Hong Kong became the 11th destination on Emirates' ...  >>MORE

UAE Nationals lead the way as 46 graduate from Emirates National Cadet Pilot Programme

Posted on 29/09/2010

A total of 46 UAE Nationals have yesterday graduated from the Emirates Airline National Cadet Pilot Programme, bringing the airline's total number of UAE National Pilots to more than 200. The number of new graduates continues to increase year on year with a 34 percent increase on last year's graduate numbers. During the graduation ceremony, held at the Emirates Group Headquarters, H.H Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline and Group presented ...  >>MORE

Etihad takes batch of 63 Emirati graduates on board

Posted on 27/09/2010

When Fatima Bafaraj walked across the stage to collect her scroll yesterday, she became a graduate with a unique distinction. Fatima is the first female Emirati to qualify as a trainee engineer with Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways. The 23-year-old said: "It feels very special; I am very proud of my achievement. It has been a tough journey and I am relieved to be coming towards the end of my studies; I am looking forward to getting on with the practical side of the job. "I never really ...  >>MORE

Re-branded RAK Airways set to take off on Oct.10

Posted on 27/09/2010

The newly re-branded Rak Airways, the state-backed national carrier of Ras Al Khaimah, was officially re-launched on Sunday and expects to commence its first flight from October 10, with two new destinations to start with. At the same time, the airline, which is the UAE's fourth national carrier, ruled out plans for an initial public offering for the moment. Speaking to The Gulf Today on the side-line of the airline's re-launch in Ras Al Khaimah, the airlines new Chief Executive Officer ...  >>MORE

Etihad welcomes ACCC approval for Virgin Blue alliance

Posted on 26/09/2010

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, has received interim authorisation from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) for its proposed strategic alliance with the Virgin Blue Group. The ACCC approval means that from Friday 1 October Etihad Airways and Virgin Blue will offer customers a new combined global flight network, connecting passengers between Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia and North America. The approval allows Etihad and ...  >>MORE

FlyDubai gets US$750m in financing to buy 9 planes

Posted on 23/09/2010

Flydubai, Dubai's first low-cost airline, has announced aircraft financing worth more than US$750m in deals with General Electric Capital Aviation Services, or GECAS, and BBAM. The financing will cover nine aircraft that flydubai is due to receive and secures all the airline's financing requirements until June 2011, the airline said. "These deals are very significant for flydubai because this committed money secures the next nine aircraft we are due to receive and mean all our financing ...  >>MORE

Air traffic movements in UAE grew by 8.7 per cent in August

Posted on 21/09/2010

The air traffic movements in UAE grew by 8.7 per cent in August 2010 compared to the same month last year. The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) monthly report indicated that total air traffic movements in August 2010 were 53,525, at an average of 1727 air traffic movements per day. Dubai ranked first with 24127 air traffic movements. Over flights stood next at 11776 air traffic movements. Abu Dhabi ranked third with 8003 air traffic movements. According to the report, air traffic ...  >>MORE

Air Arabia sets world record

Posted on 21/09/2010

Air Arabia, the first and largest low-cost carrier in the Middle East and North Africa region, set a new World record when one of its A320 aircraft flew 30,000 flight hours in six years. Air Arabia received special recognition from Airbus, and was awarded for its operational efficiency and the new world record. "This award is an acknowledgement of Air Arabia's operational excellence and service reliability,” said Adel Ali, board member and group chief executive officer of Air Arabia. "It is ...  >>MORE

ExecuJet sets up second hangar in Dubai

Posted on 21/09/2010

ExecuJet Middle East is setting up a second hangar at its Dubai International Airport base as part of a plan to expand its maintenance capability. The 4,830 square metre hangar facility is suitable to accommodate up to eight to ten aircraft or more of various sizes and also features 417 square metres of additional office space. The new facility, which ExecuJet has committed to under an initial three year lease, complements its existing 5,600 square metre maintenance, FBO and office facility ...  >>MORE

GCAA reveals a new investigation details regarding the crash of UPS Boeing 747 - 400 Cargo

Posted on 15/09/2010

The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) revealed yesterday new details regarding the UPS Boeing 747 - 400 Cargo crash on 3rd of September. The Investigation of the accident which leads by the GCAA Investigation team is still ongoing with collecting more evidences from the accident site and through downloading the flight recorders from the Digital Flight Data Recorder (DFDR) and the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CRV) (known as black boxes). The two boxes were shipped to the USA National ...  >>MORE

GCAA announces the recovery of Digital Flight Data Recorder From UPS6 Boeing 747 - 400

Posted on 08/09/2010

The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), announced yesterday morning that the Digital Flight Data Recorder (DFDR) from UPS Boeing 747 - 400 cargo aircraft was recovered today, Tuesday 7th of September at 9: 15 am in a reasonable condition. The UPS Boeing 747 -400 cargo aircraft crashed on 3rd September in an unpopulated area in Dubai killing the two crew members. The Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) was previously recovered on 4th September, approximately 6 hours after the accident. The ...  >>MORE

Etihad commences A330-200 freighter aircraft services

Posted on 07/09/2010

Etihad Crystal Cargo, a division of Etihad Airways, has commenced scheduled services with its first Airbus A330-200 freighter aircraft, operating from Abu Dhabi to Tripoli in Libya. The Airbus A330-200 freighter aircraft will allow Etihad to increase frequencies and build its presence in key markets worldwide, as well as enhance its worldwide charter services. The aircraft will operate to various Etihad Crystal Cargo destinations including: Hann; Beijing; Tripoli; Milan; and N'Djamena. Roy ...  >>MORE

GCAA announces preliminary report on accident involving UPS6 Boeing 747 - 400

Posted on 06/09/2010

The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), announced yesterday the preliminary report on the fatal accident of Boeing 747 - 400 Cargo airplane on 3rd September 2010. According to this report the UPS6 B744 had departed from Dubai International Airport at 14:53 UTC (6:53pm local time) headed to Koln-Bonn (Cologne) - Germany. At 15:15 UTC (7:15pm local time) information was received from Bahrain that the aircraft was returning to Dubai Airport with a smoke in the cockpit, unable to ...  >>MORE

Emirates becomes world's largest superjumbo operator

Posted on 02/09/2010

Emirates has become the world's largest operator of the A380 aircraft with a total of 12 in its fleet, which has been generating interest from around the world, a company spokesman said. The airline's expanding A380 fleet has been attracting attention from airports across the globe as Manchester became the latest city to be served by the superjumbo, Emirates Airlines said in a statement. Historic moment A further order for 32 A380s, announced during the Berlin Air Show in June, has ...  >>MORE

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UAE has the highest international aviation security standards: Al Suwaidi


flydubai agrees financing for four B737-800NGs


Al Suwaidi participates in “Air Traffic Control Optimisation Summit"


Emirates Airline hits new high with record half year results


GCAA regards as unlikely the possibility of onboUPS Boeing 747 - 400 plane crash in September ard explosion in


Dubai Police seizes explosive package from Yemen


Seized package shipped from Sana’a on a Qatar Airways plane: GCAA Source


GCAA no shipment from Yemen to NYC from Dubai


Etihad Airways signs codeshare deal with Asiana Airlines


Etihad Airways appoints UAE National as new Airport manager in South Korea


GCAA signs air services agreement with Botswana


Emirates flies high at 25


Shell to supply Al Maktoum airport with fuel


12.8 per cent growth in air traffic movements in September


Etihad welcomes first Emirati cabin crew member


Airport CEO clears the air on Dubai Aviation


Dubai Airport hits out at critics


A piece of UAE’s aviation history


UAE - Paris flights not affected by French national strike


Emirates hits back at subsidy accusations


Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum inaugurates Dubai Logistics Corridor


GCAA initials 3 air services agreements with Latin American '&' African states


GCAA reveals more details regarding crash of UPS Boeing 747 - 400 Cargo


Emarati women to create centre of excellence with opening of Al Ain contact centre


RAK Airways is airborne again


UAE re-elected to ICAO Council


Etihad Crystal Cargo launches service to Hong Kong


Delight in Hong Kong as Emirates' A380 Touches Down on National Day


UAE Nationals lead the way as 46 graduate from Emirates National Cadet Pilot Programme


Etihad takes batch of 63 Emirati graduates on board


Re-branded RAK Airways set to take off on Oct.10


Etihad welcomes ACCC approval for Virgin Blue alliance


FlyDubai gets US$750m in financing to buy 9 planes


Air traffic movements in UAE grew by 8.7 per cent in August


Air Arabia sets world record


ExecuJet sets up second hangar in Dubai


GCAA reveals a new investigation details regarding the crash of UPS Boeing 747 - 400 Cargo


GCAA announces the recovery of Digital Flight Data Recorder From UPS6 Boeing 747 - 400


Etihad commences A330-200 freighter aircraft services


GCAA announces preliminary report on accident involving UPS6 Boeing 747 - 400


Emirates becomes world's largest superjumbo operator