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.
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Legal mechanisms have been put in place for the first time in Bahrain to govern the relationship between passengers, aviation companies and the management of Bahrain International Airport, a senior government official said.
Chalet space at next year's Bahrain International Airshow (BIAS) has already sold out several months before the event is due to start, a report said.
Military and civil delegations from more 40 countries, representing most of
NATS, a global leader in air traffic services and solutions, has recently completed a high quality training programme for senior Omani engineers from the Public Authority for Civil Aviation (PACA).
A total of18 engineers, from Mus
Bahrain could be downgraded by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) unless it makes urgent changes to the aviation sector, said a senior government official.
The country has around a month to implement a new civil
Bahrain Air’s operational licence, which was issued by Civil Aviation Affairs five years ago, expires today and has not yet been renewed, putting the airline in the risk of having to ground its entire fleet, said its CEO.
Bahrain Airport Company (BAC) will participate in the 2014 Bahrain International Air Show, it was announced during the Middle East Business Aviation conference in Dubai.
The Bahrain International Air Show is a prestigious event po
The air navigation directorate of Bahrain’s Civil Aviation Affairs (CAA) division has passed external audit of its quality management system to win the ISO9001:2008 certification.
The Transportation Ministry's CAA is the
Four long-serving executives of Bahrain’s Civil Aviation Affairs were honoured on the occasion of their retirement at a recent ceremony in Manama, held under the patronage of Kamal bin Ahmed Mohammed, Minister of Transportation.
India’s civil aviation scene will see some major changes in the near future, said the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication, citing the country's minister of state for civil aviation who is on a visit to Bahrain.