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Friday, 17 November 2017

AIR ACCIDENT: 4 DEAD: MID-AIR COLLISION INVOLVING AN AIRCRAFT CESSNA 152 AND A TWIN-SEAT HELICOPTER AT WADDESDON HILL, UPPER WINCHENDON, SOUTH OF THE A41, NEAR ALESBURY BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. EMERGENCY SERVICES AND AIR ACCIDENT TEAM AT LOCUS OF INCIDENT

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FRIDAY 19:30pm:

Thames Valley Police tonight at 19:30hrs confirmed during a news conference,  that four people died in the Buckinghamshire mid-air collision at Noon today (12:07pm) between a 2-seater Cessna 152 and a twin seater helicopter.

Two persons perished in each aircraft. Police will not release details, until the next-of-kin are located, informed, and supported by specialist officers. 

The grim news, now turns this from 'a rescue to a recovery' operation. There is now expected to be a 'fingertip search' of the surrounding woodland, in order to recover debris.

Police working to an AAIB matrix, expect to resume operations at daybreak, and continue over the weekend and possibly Monday.

Once the debris has been recovered and recorded, the two aircraft will be reconstructed in a secure hanger using a scaffolding support framework in order to determine the precise cause of the accident.

Small light aircraft do not usually have accident 'black box' data and voice recorders, usually made available to investigators following accidents to assist in any subsequent investigation.

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The AAIB* has sent a team to Waddeson Hill, nr Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.   Air Accidents Investigation Branch*        

Waddesdon is a village within the Aylesbury Vale district in Buckinghamshire, England, 6 miles from Aylesbury on the A41 road.  The centre of a civil parish, includes the hamlets of Eythrope, Wormstone and Woodham.


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Thursday, 16 November 2017

People Movement and Management Show 6-7 March 2018 merges with Security and Counter Terror Expo in London

 

 
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The aircraft may be on fire, but still some passengers blocked escape routes, endangering others by first recovering their cabin luggage from closed overhead bins....
 Clarion Defence and Security Ltd. is to join forces with GSE Media to run the world’s first major trade event in the rapidly expanding people analytics field. The People Movement and Management Show (PMMS) will take place at London’s Olympia from 6-7 March 2018 during UK Security Week, alongside the Security and Counter Terror Expo (SCTX).  
 
 
At the event next March, a couple of weeks before the UK formally exits from the European Union, visitors will see a mass technological innovation which provides insights into the future of operations from mass transit, retail, passenger terminals and universities to sports stadium, shopping centres and urban events. The solutions will ultimately aid with the modelling and design of urban spaces.
 
The technologies on show will range from real time data acquisition to maximise space utilisation, to wayfinding, circulation efficiency, retail revenues, operational effectiveness, resilience and the securing of crowded places and ultimately visitor experience.
 
Additionally, visitors will have the opportunity to hear and meet experts in this field, in a range of high level presentations delivered across a varied two-day agenda.
 
Tim Porter, Managing Director of Clarion Defence and Security commented:
 
“We are pleased to welcome the PMMS event to run alongside SCTX under the UK Security Week umbrella. The challenges inherent in securing crowded spaces and major events are already high on the agenda of our visitors at SCTX, so the emerging new technologies and solutions on show at PMMS will only add to the high-quality experience that both visitors and exhibitors already enjoy. With five events now under one roof – SCTX, Ambition, Forensics Expo Europe, The World Counter Terror Congress and now PMMS – UK Security Week 2018 is shaping up to be a compelling proposition for the communities all five events serve.”
 
Ken Davies, Managing Director of GSE Media, said:

“The emergence of technologies around how people interact with their surroundings, and the use of this data to optimise the design, operational logistics and customer experience in public buildings and urban spaces, continues to provide fascinating new opportunities.
“Following the great success of the launch event in 2017, we are delighted to transfer the event to Olympia. SCTX provides the perfect partner event given its high-quality footfall of professionals involved with the management of urban spaces.”
 
For more information, please visit www.peoplemovementandmanagementshow.co.uk, where free visitor registration opens for this ground-breaking event from September 1st.
 
 
The technologies involved in People Analytics Include:
Crowd Flow Modelling
Smart Cities and Urban Mobility
Real-time Location and Movement Data
Space Utilisation
Retail Footfall Analytics
Pedestrian Analytics
Big Data Analytics
Facial Recognition Systems
Security in Crowded Spaces
Queue Analysis
Wayfinding
Passenger Flow Analysis
People Behaviour and Dynamics
Real-time Spatial Analysis
People Tracking and Monitoring
Risk Assessment
Capacity Analysis
Building Information Modelling – Design of Smart Spaces


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Wednesday, 15 November 2017

ZIMBABWE COUP OR NO COUP? We've seen this before. It all happend nearly half a century ago in UGANDA!


Major General Sir Edward Frederick William David Walugembe Mutebi Luwangula Muteesa II KBE, was Kabaka of the Kingdom of Buganda from 22 November 1939 until his death. He was the thirty-fifth Kabaka of Buganda and the first President of Uganda. The foreign press often referred to him as King Freddie, a name rarely used in Uganda.

Julian Bray writes: Current Events in Zimbabwe strongly suggest that a bloodless coup is in progress by the military and that President Mugabe is effectively under house arrest and will either be spirited out of the country or moved sideways.  But what actually happens when the military moves in?

The last time I experienced an African coup was in Uganda around about the time that Britain had won the World Cup in 1966. King Freddie of Buganda (the largest of seven sovereign Kingdoms inside Uganda) had challenged the Kampala central government under the then president Milton Obote ( who was later ousted by the 'King of Scotland' the despot General Ida Amin Dada). Only Obote then had the Army and Air Force, poor King Freddie only had a big drum and some antique spears....he later died in exile in the UK.

In Ugandas' case an immediate curfew was ordered and everyone told to stay inside and off the streets after 6pm to 9am the following morning. Quite good timing for my point of view as it was my Birthday in May 1966, so the pre-arranged party had to go on... all night, but well away from the windows.

Uganda TV was in its infancy, so the main method of communication was Uganda Radio, rather like an early BBC local radio set up and indeed the BBC had installed it just prior to independence, a few years earlier, no computers or telephones then just gramophone records and an EMI tape machine.

The military had moved armoured personnel carriers, jeeps and lorries onto every street corner and set up gun placements and army checkpoints. Barriers everywhere. 

The checkpoints were a fiscal joke, as quickly the troops,still smiling, used them as a convenient way to earn some extra cash. Either pay up or endure a long search of your car. 20 Uganda shillings (about £1 sterling) was the going rate.  

Military music on the radio initially replaced the light Congolese music favoured in Uganda at that time, but on Uganda TV the military tunes gave way to endless looped  'Booker T and the MGs Green Onions' ...the whole LP, both sides!

I'd forgotten that I had lent (gifted) the TV station my personal LP of Green Onions, and it became an instant hit with the TV station staff then operating out of the old redundant Kampala Hospital, replaced by the UKs Independence present to Uganda Mulago Hospital. One casualty of the curfew was my cook/ houseboy who ventured out after curfew for a packet of cigarettes. I had to bail him out (50 Uganda shillings)  


Meanwhile MDC-T leader [Piers?] Morgan Tsvangirai has returned to Zimbabwe and will on Thursday hold a series of meetings with his party structures amid revelations his party is backing the current intervention by the military. Best of luck with that Morgan ...


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430 AIRBUS NEO VARIENTS $49.5 BILLION INDEGO PARTNERS: LARGEST MOU EVER FOR AIRBUS AS DUBAI ORDERS ROLL IN ......



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Dubai, 15 November 2017 – As Aviation Expert Julian Bray  flagged up over the last few months, long before todays announcement from the Dubai Airshow, the new Airbus neo variant is winning much needed 'better than expected orders' for the Airbus neo,  over its Boeing counterpart and this Julian Bray maintains can be put down to the new engine options offered. Although this is not yet a finalised deal, but a strong Memorandum of Understanding and will still have to go through the process of a final engine selection as will the specification for the internal fit-out..  

Airbus and Indigo Partners’ four portfolio airlines have now signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the purchase by the 4 airlines of 430 additional A320neo Family aircraft.

The aircraft are to be allocated between four ultra low-cost airlines operating out of four different countries and in very different operating conditions. The airlines are: Frontier Airlines (United States), JetSMART (Chile), Volaris (Mexico) and Wizz Air (Hungary) upon the completion of final purchase agreements between Airbus and the four airlines.

The massive order, the largest ever announcement for Airbus will also add a whole new unexpected  negotiation area for the Brexit debate with the EU. Simply all airbus aircraft need wings to fly and for many years these have been fabricated in Wales and Bristol and ferried back as completed sections to Airbus France.

Any break or disruption to the Welsh or Bristol output due to Brexit complications will seriously impact on delivery. As it is commercial flights between the Uk and Europe may well come to a juddering halt next March when we exit the EU with a deal in place or not...

Originally a chance conversation with a key component supplier let slip, "they were in the process of an unexpected gearing up to meet the new demands being placed on the supply line," also well publicised engine supply chain problems in the US tipped the balance towards the new Airbus neo family .

Now we can reveal that our early posts on this topic flagged up the possibilities of a set of even better environmental impacts, coupled with 'substantial fuel cost savings'  and caught the eye of a senior air leasing company executive, who then demanded to know where our information had come from, needless to say we protected the  source.



Valued at $49.5 billion, this is Airbus’ largest single MOU announcement ever

The 430-aircraft commitment, comprised of 273 A320neos and 157 A321neos worth $49.5 billion at list prices, was announced at the Dubai Airshow by Bill Franke, Managing Partner of Indigo Partners***, and John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer Customers, Airbus Commercial Aircraft.

When added to existing Airbus A320 Family orders, the new agreement will make Indigo Partners one of the largest customers by order number in the world for the Airbus single-aisle aircraft family.

Airlines in the Indigo Partners family previously have placed orders for 427 A320 Family aircraft.

“This significant commitment for 430 additional aircraft underscores our optimistic view of the growth potential of our family of low-cost airlines, as well as our confidence in the A320neo Family as a platform for that growth,” said Bill Franke. 

John Leahy commented: “Indigo Partners have been a tremendous customer and supporter of the Airbus single-aisle fleet for many years. An order [MOU] for 430 aircraft is remarkable, but it’s particularly gratifying to all of us at Airbus when it comes from a group of airline professionals who know our products as well as the folks at Indigo Partners do. 

"We are proud to augment their airline fleets in Latin America, North America and Europe with the single-aisle aircraft that offers the lowest operating costs, longest range and most spacious cabin: the A320neo Family.”

Also present at the announcement were Enrique Beltranena, CEO of Volaris; Barry Biffle, CEO of Frontier Airlines; Estuardo Ortiz, CEO of JetSMART; and József Váradi, CEO of Wizz Air. They confirmed their firm’s individual aircraft orders [MOU]  as follows:
  • Wizz - 72 A320neo, 74 A321neo
  • Frontier - 100 A320neo, 34 A321neo
  • JetSMART - 56 A320neo, 14 A321neo
  • Volaris - 46 A320neo, 34 A321neo
Indigo Partners’ Bill Franke indicated that engine selections will be made and firmed up at a later date.

The A320neo Family incorporates 'state-of-the-art' technologies, including new generation engines and Sharklet wing-tip devices, designed to deliver 20 percent fuel savings by 2020. 

With more than 5,200 orders received from 95 customers since its launch in 2010, the A320neo Family has captured nearly 60 percent market share.

*** Indigo Partners LLC, based in Phoenix, Arizona, is a private equity fund focused on worldwide investments in air transportation.


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Irish Aircraft Leasing Roundup


AerCap 3Q profit up 18% to $266 million on aircraft sales

Dublin-based lessor AerCap Holdings has posted $265.8 million in third-quarter 2017 net profit, up 17.8% from $225.5 million net income in the year-ago quarter.

AerCap said the increase in profits can be attributed to a $63.7 million net gain following the sale of 27 aircraft and a reclassification of 8 aircraft to finance leases during the quarter.

The company reported $1.3 billion in revenue for the quarter, up 3.9% from $1.2 billion in 3Q 2016.

Boeing, CDB Aviation Finalize Order for 52 x 737 MAXs and 8 x  787 Dreamliners

Boeing and CDB Aviation on November 9 inked an order for:

42  x 737 MAX 8s,
10 x 737 MAX 10s
and
8 x 787-9 Dreamliners.

This latest order puts the 737 MAX program at over 4,000 orders in total. Overall valued at $7.4 billion at current list prices, and was announced as a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) at the 2017 Paris Air Show.

The order includes a conversion of six 737 MAX 8 orders, to the 737 MAX 10.

Goshawk Aviation CFO quits to set up new fund – sources 

Reuters are reporting that Anand Ramachandran the chief financial officer of Dublin-based lessor Goshawk Aviation has resigned and is looking to set up an aviation fund, sources said, at a time when an influx of global capital is reshaping the sector as a significant new asset class, 

mba Provides Multiple Services for Aergo Capital Limited's first ABS, METAL 2017-1 Limited

Morten Beyer & Agnew is now retained by Aergo Capital Limited to provide Aircraft Appraisals, Maintenance Cash Flow Modeling, and Commercial Industry Analysis for debt issued by METAL 2017-1 Limited.

The Asset Backed Securitization portfolio consists of  26 assets, containing a mix of narrowbody and widebody aircraft, currently on lease to twelve lessees spanning ten countries.

NAC delivered one ATR 72-600, MSN 1120, to Regional Jet OÜ on lease

Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) announced on November 8  that it has delivered one ATR 72-600, MSN 1120, to Regional Jet OÜ on lease. This is the final aircraft to deliver as part of a three-aircraft lease deal signed in 2017.

SMBC Aviation Capital is to receive up to USD $1 billion in capital from its shareholders

SMBC Aviation Capital has announced that its shareholders, Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, Inc. and Sumitomo Corporation have agreed that the company will receive up to USD $1 billion in capital by March 31st 2019.

The equity will support SMBC Aviation Capital’s growth plans including the funding of new aircraft coming on stream from 2019.
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Dubai Air Show – The United Arab Emirates Air Force & Air Defence has ordered five Airbus C295 medium transport aircraft.



Dubai, 15 November 2017 – The United Arab Emirates Air Force & Air Defence has ordered five Airbus C295 medium transport aircraft.

The agreement, announced at the Dubai Air Show, takes the C295 order book past 200, underlining the type’s market leadership in its class.

The aircraft will serve with the UAE Air Force replacing the existing CN235s still in operation. Deliveries will begin in the fourth quarter of 2018.

Orders for the C295 in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region now total 51.

Bernhard Brenner, Airbus Defence and Space Head of Marketing & Sales said: “The C295 is a tough and reliable aircraft, thoroughly proven in the Middle East operating environment. Passing the milestone of 200 sales – now 203 following this order – is a clear demonstration of its widely recognized capabilities and value. We look forward to placing many more C295s in this region and beyond.”


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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

IATA Calls for Aviation security to be beefed up. Four main areas cited...

IATA
IATA Calls for Valuable Lessons to be learned from PED Ban
              
Abu Dhabi – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called for aviation security to be further strengthened by addressing four key areas;
 
(1) closer government-to-government cooperation to eliminate the long-term challenges of extraterritorial measures,

(2) the universal application of global standards,

(3) better information-sharing among governments and with industry, and

(4) the efficient implementation of new and existing technology capabilities.

"Governments and the industry are partners in aviation security. Airlines have operational know-how. Governments have the financial and intelligence resources. We have to put them together effectively in a continuous dialogue focused on improving security," said Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s Director General and CEO, in a keynote address to the IATA AVSEC World Conference in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

 
De Juniac emphasize the point. "We cannot predict the next security challenge. But some things we do know for sure. Our common defense is stronger when governments and industry work together. And if we can avoid long term extraterritorial measures, focus on global standards, share information and develop technology efficiently, our hand is strengthened even further."
 
Extraterritorial Measures
 
Governments must avoid the long-term use of extraterritorial measures and ensure that airlines are not left to bear the financial brunt of unplanned expenses for an indeterminate period.

 
"Threats to aviation are real. And we understand that sometimes unilateral additional measures of an extraterritorial nature may be unavoidable. But these cannot be long-term solutions and airlines should not be caught in the middle, picking up the pieces and bearing unplanned expenses for an indeterminate period when governments cannot agree on measures needed for the security of their citizens," said de Juniac.

 
The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requirement that airlines conduct interviews with passengers flying to the US is an example of an extraterritorial requirement. "Such interviews are traditionally done by government authorities. In the short term airlines may seem to be the best positioned to conduct the interviews. But in the long-term, if governments believe that these interviews are critical, then governments themselves should work together to dedicate the resources needed to fulfil that function," said de Juniac.

 
Global Standards

 
Global standards are critical to effectively manage the security of a global industry. "States are responsible for implementing effective security measures. Annex 17 of the Chicago Convention - which has been in place for four decades – makes this clear. But shockingly 40% of states have struggled to implement even its baseline requirements. This is not good enough," said de Juniac.

 
De Juniac welcomed the development of the Global Aviation Security Plan (GASeP) by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and urged its swift implementation.

 
"Development and implementation are different things—as we clearly see with low levels of compliance to Annex 17 requirements. Capacity building will be critical. States will need to integrate the priority actions outlined in GASeP into their respective National Civil Aviation Security Programs if it is to be effective," said de Juniac.

Information Sharing

 
Better information sharing and coordination on security measures among governments and with the industry is essential.


The failure to share information among states manifests itself in many ways. The differing responses by governments to the threats that resulted in this year’s ban on Portable Electronic Devices (PEDs) on some routes by the US and UK is an example of the confusion that can result. At its most tragic, it is clear that failure to share information contributed to the loss of the 298 people aboard MH17.

 
"While governments have the primary responsibility for security, we share the priority of keeping passengers, crew and aircraft secure. Intelligence is key. This is the only way to stop terrorists. And we fully support the addition of an information sharing requirement to Annex 17 of the Chicago Convention. It is a step in the right direction, but it falls short of the true multi-lateral information sharing of risk information that is needed," said de Juniac.

 
Moreover, it is important for governments to extend information sharing to include airlines.

  "Airlines don’t want access to state secrets. But if airlines understand the outcome governments want, they can help with the operational experience to deliver results effectively and efficiently," said de Juniac.

 
Technology

 
Technology plays a key role in keeping aviation secure. For example, the utilization of explosive trace detection (ETD) screening was integral to lifting of the US ban on large PEDs in the cabin.


And the use of ETD will soon become an Annex 17 standard. IATA highlighted two areas for improving the development and use of technology:

 
  • Certification processes need to be streamlined and coordinated across jurisdictions .
  •  
  • We fully support the work of the TSA Innovation Task Force and the UK’s Future Aviation Security Solutions program (FASS).  "It would be a shame if we cannot use the result of these efforts quickly and globally to accommodate repeated certification processes," said de Juniac.


  • Information technology should be employed more intensely so that passenger information can be referenced at airport checkpoints .
  •  
  • "IATA’s Global Passenger Survey highlights that passengers are frustrated with security and border control processes; and they are willing to share information if it makes these processes easier," said de Juniac.
  •  
  • Biometric technology, identity management systems and the linking of "known traveler" programs for border control and passenger screening can all contribute to more convenient and robust security processes at airports.
Read Alexandre de Juniac's full speech
       Source IATA/ Dubai Air Show/ CNS

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Terminal Air Navigation Services (TANS) in the UK: Call by CAA for evidence

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Terminal Air Navigation Services (TANS) in the UK: Call by CAA for evidence

CAA is calling for evidence regarding the Terminal Air Navigation Services (TANS) in the UK.

This is to assist and advise the Secretary of State for Transport on whether market conditions continue to exist, as set out under Article 3 of the European Regulation No 391/2013.

See the consultation here.

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Friday, 10 November 2017

AAIB launch air accident investigation: Flybe BE331 nosewheel collapsed during emergency landing at Belfast International Airport

 
UPDATE: The AAIB opens accident enquiry and sending an accident investigation team to Belfast  
       The AAIB is sending a team to Belfast International Airport to investigate an aircraft incident involving a passenger aircraft.
 
 
 
 
Belfast International Airport have now confirmed that a Flybe aircraft a Bombardier Q-400 aircraft, (pictured above) flight BE331 heading for Inverness, Scotland at 11:07am, reported a mid air emergency, and suffered a nosewheel collapse when it returned to Belfast.

The aircraft spent 2 hours in an emergency holding pattern over the sea,  in an attempt to reduce its fuel load, before attempting an emergency landing at Belfast.

Airport officials say the plane landed safely but the nose wheel collapsed on the runway, seemingly leaving the aircraft nose unsupported and possibly the nosewheel gear failing to lock in the down position. 

Airport fire tenders and rescue teams were deployed but not needed, one person was later reported to be slightly injured.


The incident will effectively close a runway, until lifting gear can be deployed to move the aircraft from the runway to a maintenance area.  The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) is sending an investigation team to Belfast International Airport to investigate an aircraft incident involving a passenger aircraft.

In a statement Flybe said: "Flybe can confirm there has been an incident involving one of our Bombardier Q-400 aircraft, flight no BE331 which landed with no nose gear in place.

"The aircraft departed from Belfast City at 1107 local time bound for Inverness. The incident occurred at Belfast International Airport at approximately 1330 local time.

"There are 52 passengers on board and four crew members.

"Our primary concern is for the welfare of the passengers and crew."


Its not been a good week for flybe as earlier in the week they reported a profits warning and problems with a new IT computer system...
 
Shares in Flybe fell by 15 percent after the airline issued another profit warning, blaming higher-than-expected maintenance costs for its planes.
 
The regional budget airline, which warned over profits in March, said it expected adjusted profits before tax for its first half to be in the range of £5million to £10million.
This is down from a consensus estimate of £15million and below £15.9million profit in the same period last year.


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Thursday, 9 November 2017

Virgin Cargo peps up Melbourne - Hong Kong route as UK dithers on Brexit future


 

Freight volumes have been increasing steadily in both directions since Virgin Australia
introduced five Airbus A330-200 flights a week in July.

The launch of Virgin Australia’s daily Melbourne-Hong Kong services on 12 November is to meet growing demand for cargo capacity, according to Virgin Atlantic Cargo, who provide international cargo sales management for Virgin Australia. It also flags up growing frustration over the long drawn out Brexit process, as industry seeks new alternative markets. 
Volumes have increased in both directions since Virgin Australia introduced in July, five Airbus A330-200 flights a week. The daily services' extra capacity is designed for the peak perishables season from Australia and e-commerce/courier contracts out of Hong Kong.
Virgin Atlantic Cargo say they have generated over 1,200 tonnes of air freight and courier traffic since the route began.
Other regular shipments included garments, shoes, electronics goods, vitamins, milk powder and meat products.
The appointment in August of Jarrod Paterson as Account Manager – Melbourne has resulted in the development of other lines of business, including  shipments of fresh lobster, Abalone and chilled salmon from Tasmania to Hong Kong.
Amazon is one of the latest global brands to announce fresh investment in the state of Victoria with its plans for a 24,000 square metre e-commerce fulfilment centre in Melbourne.
Virgin Atlantic Cargo, also sells capacity on Virgin Australia’s operations from Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne to Los Angeles.
Shipments to and from Australia can also connect with Virgin Atlantic’s global network over both Los Angeles and Hong Kong.
Source: Virgin, CNS,




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Wednesday, 8 November 2017

IATA sets out UK Aviation Priorities: Clarity on Brexit and Expanding Heathrow


IATA
UK Aviation Priorities: Clarity on Brexit and Expanding Heathrow     
               
London - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) urged the UK Government to shore-up its international air connectivity by focusing on a cost-effective expansion of Heathrow Airport and achieving early clarity on post-Brexit issues.

Brexit

"In building the post-Brexit world, the prosperity of the UK will depend on the strength of its connectivity—links with Europe and the rest of the world," said Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s Director General and CEO, in an address to the UK Aviation Club.

"There is a real challenge ahead. When the UK leaves the European Single Market, it will also leave the European Common Aviation Area.

"And when it breaks from the European Union, all traffic rights to the rest of the world associated with Europe will also be thrown into question.

"The basis of international aviation is bilateral air services agreements. There is no WTO agreement to fall back on. For that reason, I don’t see any alternative to a negotiated agreement," said de Juniac.

IATA urged an early resolution for aviation in the Brexit discussion. "Time is precious. The Brexit clock is ticking towards a deadline of March 2019. But the aviation deadline is earlier.

"Normally passengers can book travel about a year in advance. At a minimum, the flight schedules and seat and cargo inventories must be available at least six months in advance. So that puts the airlines’ deadline at October 2018—just 11 months from now." .

"My message to all involved is threefold: Get started. Don’t step backward—people will not accept anything that turns back the clock on the achievements of the EU Common Aviation Area. And, lastly, don’t underestimate the amount of work ahead as there are intense political and commercial interests at stake," said de Juniac.

While much attention has been paid to air service agreements, IATA urged action across a broad spectrum of issues including:
  • Finding staffing, systems and process solutions for a potential ballooning of customs transactions from 4.6 million/month to 21 million/month.
  • Developing immigration solutions to efficiently deal with the millions of travelers between the UK and Europe should border control procedures become more cumbersome.
  • Defining the relationship of the UK to the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
"The pressure is mounting, with passenger numbers predicted to grow irrespective of Brexit. Solutions need to be found quickly to ensure a smooth transition. With the amount of work that needs to be done, there are good arguments to put transition agreements in place," said de Juniac.

Expanding Heathrow

IATA urged the UK government to address severe capacity constraints in the Southeast of the UK by expanding Heathrow airport. "Heathrow is where expansion should take place. I know the struggle to build a third runway has meant decades of frustration. But the UK will be left behind in the globally connected world if it does not come to a final decision and implement it," said de Juniac.

The UK Department for Transport’s Draft National Policy Statement notes that a third runway at Heathrow will create GBP 200 billion in economic value and support up to 110,000 jobs.

"Expanding Heathrow is about building prosperity. It should be a priority for the UK. And facing the post-Brexit world makes it even more urgent," said de Juniac.

"IATA, however, cautioned that the cost of expanding Heathrow needs to support its future competitiveness. "I am not saying to build the third runway at any cost. The original estimates of GBP 17 billion were completely unacceptable.

"Heathrow Airport’s recently announced intention to reduce that cost is a step in the right direction. Heathrow is already the most expensive airport in the world from which to operate. It is essential that Heathrow’s charges do not rise from today’s levels.

"The construction of the third runway must enhance Heathrow’s competitiveness, not destroy it!

"A successful airport needs sufficient capacity and quality, aligned with airline operational needs and costs that are affordable. "In delivering the third runway, Heathrow’s capacity issue will be resolved for now.

"But achieving the right quality at the correct price requires consultation with the airlines. And one idea from the airline community that should be taken into consideration by the government is seeking competitive bids from developers," said de Juniac.


The full text of de Juniac’s address is available on the IATA website




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Tuesday, 7 November 2017

A 28 metre (92 foot) long High Altitude Platform Prototype Airship is now ready for test flights after completing a hanger Float test.

 

The UK company AVEALTO Ltd. is in the final stages of developing a commercial High Altitude Platform (“HAP”) airship to provide telecom infrastructure. Vehicle development is being conducted by JP Aerospace in California. Later flight tests will be held in the Black Rock Desert in Northern Nevada.

The AVEALTO Ascender 28 vehicle has completed a comprehensive “Float Test” which is the last step prior to actual test flights. As part of the Float test, all the integrated systems of this vehicle were “flown” in the hanger.

John Powell, JP Aerospace Chief Designer said: “The Float Test was a huge success. As of today, we officially have an airship. The Ascender 28 will now be disassembled and moved to our flight line in Nevada, where we will make between 5-7 test flights over the coming months, testing all systems for function and increased flight duration. Later missions will also test the AVEALTO Telecom payload.”   

AVEALTO Ltd. is a United Kingdom company. The European Union Countries and the European Space agency have invested tens of millions of Euros on studies related to High Altitude Platforms for telecom use.


The results of these studies have been extremely positive. AVEALTO is tought to be the first company to invest its own funds into the development of a commercially viable High Altitude Platform vehicle.

“This test moves us another step closer to our goal. We look forward to a very successful flight test regime of both platform and payload, leading to our first commercial rollout of the 60-meter platform in 2018.” commented  Thomas  Olson, Director of Business Development


The planned 60 meter High Altitude Platforms will be solar-powered airships, which will remain on station in the stratosphere for up to six months at a time. Each High Altitude Platform will be able to provide high quality telecom infrastructure to a terrestrial footprint of 240-480 kilometers in diameter, depending on topography. Each High Altitude Platform vehicle will have more bandwidth than many large Geostationary Telecommunication satellites.

Avealto has assembled an experienced team that incorporates a blend of both telecoms and aerospace expertise. This team is led by Avealto founder, Walt Anderson, described as a telecommunication entrepreneur, and an early investor and supporter of commercial space activities. He is co-founder of the International Space University in Strasbourg, France. Telecoms companies founded by Mr. Anderson in the USA and Europe realised substantial exit valuations for early investors.

Avealto Ltd. says it is is a United Kingdom firm  which intends to eventually finance, construct and operate a fleet of High Altitude Platforms [airships].


Their goal is to deploy up to 200+ unmanned, stratospheric, long duration telecommunications platforms, providing mobile communication support; broadband; telecom backhaul; broadcasting; transportation safety services; and, public safety services. Modular swappable payloads can be tailored to suit specific locations and markets.

Avealto aims to complement existing terrestrial and satellite infrastructure, providing rapidly deployable connectivity for rural, remote, maritime, aeronautical and developing world customers, and integrating seamlessly with existing infrastructure.

Their partners JP Aerospace known as JP Aero has been designing, constructing and deploying high-altitude balloon systems for 39 years, for both commercial and government customers. These include the US Air Force, where the first initial design of the high-altitude airship was built and ground tested. JP is also known for it’s assist to STEM education initiatives, with its ongoing “Pongsat” program.


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Monday, 6 November 2017

Travelling with prescription drugs? Extreme caution required as Brit thrown into an Egyptian jail...

 
 
 
A lady travelling with 290 Tramadol painkilling tablets, thought to be a repeat subscription surplus and prescribed for someone else. The drugs, destined she says. for a male already in Egypt who has a bad back.
 
The traveller has been detained at an Egyptian airport, and is now possibly facing a life in jail facing charges for trafficking prohibited drugs. 
 
So without picking up on that specific case, what are the general rules for the importation of medications?
 
We suggest you fully research each individual country on any travel itinerary, before you buy tickets.. the example below is the for the USA, but even now conditions and restrictions may change.
 
Can I travel with medications and medical devices, such as needles or oxygen tanks?

Thinking of travelling to the USA and need to take prescription medications and other prescribed devices into the USA? There  are legal restrictions and travellers are advised to check with the US authorities before travel.
 
As a rule of thumb Prescription medications should not be decanted into dosage or blister packs but still be in their original containers with the NHS Chemist label ie Doctors prescription physically attached to the resealed container. 
 
Only take 'personal use quantities' and in any case no more than 90 days worth.  And ensure the packs are visible on top of your luggage, and not concealed under clothes in your travel bag. In some cases its not possible to have the medications in their original containers so ensure you have a copy of your prescription with you or a letter from your doctor. 
 
A valid prescription or doctors note is required on all medication entering the U.S.A. The FDA is responsible for pharmaceutical admissibility determinations. If you have any questions as to whether a specific pharmaceutical may be imported into the United States, please contact the FDA, Division of Import Operations and Policy, at (301) 796-0356.  Contact FDA.
 
Travelling with medical devices such as needles or oxygen tanks that could pose a security or safety concern to others, it is imperative you include a certified copy of the prescription for those items from your doctor. You should also contact the Transportation Security Administration about any additional requirements they may have.


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