The aviation news this week has been dominated by two developments: first by the signing in India of a critical ‘Aviation Arrangement’ or MoU to facilitate trade. Read more
here from John Nicholson who accompanied a number of training, airline services and airport technology companies on the mission. This mission exposed many potential Indian customers to the capabilities of the New Zealand aviation industry and cemented a number of strong relationships that are already in place.
We intend leading a similarly constructed delegation to Indonesia in the New Year. If you’re interested in joining the group, express your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
The second major item was the decision by CAA not to prosecute the RNZAF for a dangerous goods shipment incident in 2009. “Red boots” supports the CAA decision as an example of “just culture” in action read more
CAA charges: it’s not about the magnitude of the increases it’s about the value for money read more
Promoting better public services –
why competitiveness is the key read more
Tiger Airways back and fully operational –
how the New Zealand statutory framework makes it difficult to gain a fair hearing read more
Pike River Inquiry and the implications for aviation safety read more
The Review of Health and Safety in Employment read more
Electricity - switch and save upwards of $28k read more
ACC support for reduced premiums and extension of WSD click here
Ministry of Education becoming more business friendly read more
Until we speak again take care and stay risk aware
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India and New Zealand sign an Aviation Arrangement.
It is a first for New Zealand but what does it really mean and how companies can use it read more
The voice of New Zealand's Exporters read more
American Airlines plans to hire 2,500 pilots over 5 years as it ramps up int'l flying
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GIA monthly update for October 2012 read more
Helicopter crash lands in North Sea,19 people rescued: British coast guard
A helicopter ferrying workers from an offshore oil rig crash landed in the North Sea on Monday, British coast guards said, adding that all 19 people aboard had been rescued. read more
Just Culture failing in cash-strapped Europe
Europe's air traffic control agencies are failing to heed the safety concerns of their employees at a time when they are imposing stringent cutbacks in personnel, recruitment and investment. read more
Review to look at unmanned aircraft safety
From the "Flying Fish" seaplane to something with a wingspan of a Boeing jetliner, an expected surge in unmanned aircraft could pose a challenge for those responsible for keeping U.S. skies safe. read more
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