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Over 50pc of Iran airports plan new terminals

Of the 47 existing civilian airports in Iran, 27 will undergo rehabilitation and refurbishment with new terminals, making the Islamic Republic a hot spot for airport development, said the organisers of an upcoming aviation event in Tehran.

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Over 50pc of Iran airports plan new terminals

Of the 47 existing civilian airports in Iran, 27 will undergo rehabilitation and refurbishment with new terminals, making the Islamic Republic a hot spot for airport development, said the organisers of an upcoming aviation event in Tehran.

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Madinah airport test run delayed over sandstorm

The test run of the new Prince Muhammad Bin Abdul Aziz International Airport in Madinah, which was set for yesterday (April 5), has been put off by a week to take place next Sunday due to the recent sandstorm, a report said. The e

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UAE draws up legislations for drones

UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has started drafting regulations for using drones in the country’s airspace, a report said. The regulations are aimed at controlling the import and distribution of these ai

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Wanted: 500,000 pilots for China aviation gold rush

China's national civil aviation authority says the country will need to train about half a million civilian pilots by 2035, up from just a few thousand now, as wannabe flyers chase dreams of landing lucrative jobs at new air service operator

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Mena civil aviation in spotlight at Amman forum

Civil aviation issues including environment, consumer protection, liberalisation and air traffic management were high on the agenda for an aeropolitical affairs forum organised by the International Air Transport Association (Iata) and the Arab A

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ICAO plans new conflict zone warning system

The United Nations' civil aviation body will launch two pilot projects designed to help airlines and states better share information about risks in conflict zones, the organisation said on Tuesday, nearly six weeks after a Malaysian airliner

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ICAO plans new conflict zone warning system

The United Nations' civil aviation body will launch two pilot projects designed to help airlines and states better share information about risks in conflict zones, the organisation said on Tuesday, nearly six weeks after a Malaysian airliner

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Bahrain airport passengers up 6pc in H1

Bahrain International Airport reported more than 4.5 million passengers between January and July this year, a six per cent increase on the same period last year, according to latest figures. Acting under-secretary of civil aviatio

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Foreign airlines set to service Saudi cities

Saudi Arabia’s civil aviation watchdog will initiate quick action to enable newly licensed foreign airlines to operate flights between Saudi cities in a move to meet the growing passenger demand, a report said. Higher jet fu

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