Aviation Industry

Digital technology strengthens intelligent civil aviation

People walk to Terminal 1 of Nanjing Lukou International Airport in Nanjing, east China’s Jiangsu Province, July 29, 2020 (File photo / Xinhua) The booming digitalization trend is boosting China’s efforts to build a smart civil aviation industry to boost sustainable development. To take full advantage of digital technologies, civil …

Read More »

Air show to display the nation’s material

People’s Liberation Army Air Force J-10B fighter performs ‘Pugachev Cobra’ high agility maneuver at 12th China International Aviation and Aerospace Expo in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, in 2018. [Photo by ZHOU GUOQIANG/FOR CHINA DAILY] Chinese defense contractors to display much of their latest computer hardware at the 13th China International Aviation …

Read More »

Histadrut declares labor dispute with airlines

The Histadrut (General Federation of Labor in Israel) declared a labor dispute in the aviation industry. The background to the dispute is the intention of airlines, which have already laid off thousands of workers and put many on unpaid leave, to carry out massive further layoffs. The conflict applies to …

Read More »

Volga-Dnepr celebrates its 31st anniversary

Volga-Dnepr was founded on August 22, 1990 as a public limited company. The Ulyanovsk, Russia-based airline is now a major force in transportation services with its unique fleet of jumbo jets. With approximately 3,500 employees in more than nine countries, the company has made significant progress over its 31-year history. …

Read More »

Merger control in the Malaysian aviation industry

The Covid-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the global aviation industry, with airline operators in particular being severely affected. In Malaysia, significant air travel restrictions have been imposed since March 2020 as part of the various iterations of movement restrictions under movement control orders and the national stimulus plan. …

Read More »