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  1. Airport buzzes as visitors depart

    Posted Aug 26th 2008, 12:00am by Shi Jiangtao

    ... not surprised by the increase in departing passengers. However, Xinhua reported that a bigger challenge for the airport had yet to come, with 380 Olympics-related flights leaving Beijing today, and more than 100 flights tomorrow. From August 1 until the opening ceremony on August 8, the airport expected to handle about 260,000 passengers a day, which mainland civil aviation officials described ...

  2. In Brief

    Posted Mar 01st 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... visits Top US aviation official Marion Blakey met Hong Kong's civil aviation chief Albert Lam Kwong-yu yesterday to discuss improved working relationships between the US and the territory. It was the first official visit by a leading US aviation official. Passport plea The Immigration Department has urged Easter travellers to apply for SAR passports as soon as possible. Applications ...

  3. Business - China Business - MR. SHANGKONG

    Faith can go on its merry way, but get the festive spirit and shop

    Posted Dec 23rd 2013, 04:47am by George Chen

    ... government departments and major state-owned enterprises in the city that they should refrain from big spending in holiday celebrations. How big is big? Is to print some holiday greeting cards ... or New Year card? Now the party rules everyone like in kindergarten," a friend of mine who works for a government department complained. He tells me there is an economic forecast popular ...

  4. Airlines cut fares to keep up with high-speed trains

    Posted Jul 08th 2011, 12:00am

    ... according to a Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) news website. Analysts said revenue on the golden route would drop more than 20 per cent, given the drop in air fares and passenger ...

  5. Beijing grounds new airline starts

    Posted Aug 16th 2007, 12:00am by Charlotte So

    ... efforts to prevent overcrowding at airports and alleviate a pilot shortage. The world's second-biggest aviation market is paying the price for runaway growth with overstretched pilots and congested flight paths, raising concerns about safety. The General Administration of Civil Aviation of China (CAAC) said no new airline applications would be accepted until 2010 and requirements ...

  6. Days numbered for monopoly of state firms

    Posted Apr 05th 2012, 12:00am

    ... be helped to break the state's stranglehold on such key sectors as oil, aviation, railways, banking and utilities, Premier Wen Jiabao has now weighed in on the issue, saying mainland banks are 'profiting too easily' from their monopolistic position. The State Council signalled Beijing's resolve to make reforms when it set a deadline of June 30 for civil servants to come up ...

  7. Beijing airport chief admits bribery charges

    Posted Nov 17th 2011, 12:00am

    ... resulting in senior airline officials being sacked. Zhang and Li were among several veterans of the civil aviation sector to be detained in the past year. In late April, the former chief engineer ... of the General Administration of Civil Aviation of China, was dismissed and detained last November, following allegations he was involved in illegally selling off premium air routes and time slots. ...

  8. Railways to stay in hands of state

    Posted May 11th 2011, 12:00am

    ... the civil aviation industry. Under the umbrella of the Civil Aviation Administration there are a dozen state-run companies and joint-ventures competing against each other. The mainland's whole ...

  9. Beijing's turbulent flight path

    Posted Jul 19th 2012, 12:00am

    ... airports,' Tyler said at the China Civil Aviation Development Forum in Beijing in May. Shu Yong, company secretary of Beijing Capital Airport, said that in theory, the advantage of operating from ...

  10. News - China - BALLOON DISASTER

    Beijing urged to tighten controls over hot-air balloons after tragedy in Egypt

    Posted Mar 02nd 2013, 12:00am by STEPHEN CHEN

    ... in Yangshuo, Guangxi, killing four Dutch tourists and injuring three. A gas leak was blamed. Afterwards, government agencies- including the Civil Aviation Administration, local public security bureau, ... Cheng's club, a semi-official joint venture between China Aviation Group and the Beijing Foreign Enterprise Human Resource Service, has about 200 members, but not all of them have ...




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