Next-generation technology to improve capacity, efficiency and reduce operating expenses is the key to a sustainable future for Middle East aviation says Anthony Azar, director High Growth Regions EMEA, Honeywell Aerospace based in Dubai.
As the world is becoming a small village all the human efforts have to join hands and emerge with new effective programs to assist the persons of special needs. Saudi Arabia is very fast growing country with an average age span of 70 years. Saudi Airlines have been providing services to passengers of special needs since 1992. There are approximately 1,500,000 citizens requiring special needs and a total of 28 domestic airports in Saudi Arabia, hence the air transportation of passengers of special needs is vital.
Some years ago when
one of the writers of this article was Group Marketing/Commercial Director of
Ryanair, he was asked at an airline conference, by the director of a very
large and successful European carrier, to give him advice on how to start a
LCC. His answer was short “Do Not!” the Director was somewhat taken aback.
By Robert E. Breiling*The emerging and Middle Eastern business turbine aircraft market, jets and turboprops, is growing as is their accident/incident involvement. Although relatively few accidents have occurred to date involving the Middle East in comparison to the world market, this market should learn from history and what has occurred in other parts of the world.
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