Australia’s newest ultra-low-cost airline Bonza is a step closer to launching sales and starting operations. The carrier has been granted its Air Operator Certificate (AOC), the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) announced on January 12. Bonza cleared for launch...
Yesterday the CAAC issued COMAC with its production certificate for the C919. The type certification was issued in September. COMAC now has permission to accelerate from making test aircraft to full production. COMAC likely delivers its first customer C919 to...
ATR has regained important access to the Chinese market after the Chinese regulatory authorities validated the type certificate of the 42-600 turboprop. This comes over two years since the airframer sought re-certification of its aircraft in the country. ATR cleared...
China’s air transport regulator CAAC has granted Uganda Airlines rights to fly to China. The letter assigning the rights was addressed to the Uganda Civil Aviation Authority. The airline got the information on June 17. Uganda Airlines cleared for services to...
Thai AirAsia’s parent company, Asia Aviation (AAV), has secured board approval to raise 14 billion baht, following its 20 October announcement that it plans to raise funds by issuing convertible bonds and new shares to both new and existing shareholders. The approval...
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