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Social development October 03, 2017
ATAG Summit: Michael Gill Speech

Flying in formation Speech by Michael Gill Executive Director, Air Transpo...

Environmental August 25, 2016
Freeing up the skies in India

One of the main ways in which airlines can cut down on fuel consumption and...

Environmental January 18, 2016
Air traffic management and efficiency: A chat with...

Manoeuvring an aircraft safely from A to B is a complex business involving ...

Social development January 13, 2016
Getting from A to B: Aviation explained in The New...

The details of how an aircraft is guided into an airport, then prepared for...

Social development December 07, 2014
The Chicago Convention – anything but conventional

There are very few regulations which are truly global and those that are we...

Social development December 05, 2014
Celebrating 70 years of the Chicago Convention

“…The future development of international civil aviation can greatly help t...

Social development November 18, 2014
Saving elephants by flying Kenya Airways

Kenya Airways passengers can help protect wildlife, save rural communities ...

Environmental November 05, 2014
Why a llama was star of an airport conference in C...

It is fairly common in many parts of the world to see rabbits hopping about...

Social development October 22, 2014
How far we have come?

As we celebrate a centenary of commercial aviation this year, it is interes...

Social development September 30, 2014
In Indonesia’s jungles and mountains the only way ...

It is one of the world’s most remarkable little airlines. Susi Air provides...

Social development August 19, 2014
World Humanitarian Day: the UN’s own airline

“The World Needs More…” is the theme for this year’s World Humanitarian Day...

Social development July 30, 2014
Guest post: the acute need for aviation

As Philip Butterworth-Hayes writes, sometimes an airlift of food supplies j...